Happily Married?

With the wedding of Prince William and now Princess Kate complete, we wish them the very best. It sounds like something out of a fairytale; doesn’t it? A prince of England meets a “commoner” and marries her and she becomes a princess. How does the rest of that story usually go? Oh yeah. . . “And they lived happily ever after.” But is that even possible in this day and age?   Is a happy marriage an oxymoron? Oscar Wilde once wrote, “The world has . . . read more ›

Check out this video from “The Elephant Room.”

Recently, I was in Chicago for something called “The Elephant Room,” an amazing leaders’ event put together by my friend, James MacDonald. Here is a clip where I have a discussion about predestination and calling people to Christ with Mark Driscoll. There are two video clips: #1 Evangelism and the Elect #2 Gun Collectors, Not Soldiers Let me know what you think: http://jamesmacdonald.com/blog/

The Sounds of Silence

I can think of so many times when I should have kept silent, but I just had to speak. On more than one occasion I have said something, and the moment it left my lips, I thought, “Why did I just say that?” And I have found myself instantly wishing I could have those words back. Have you ever been in a situation where you wanted to say the perfect thing, but instead, you ended up saying the lamest thing possible? . . . read more ›

Tonight at Harvest Orange County

The Church The only organization Jesus ever started. We as believers are all part of it too. But why is it that the church of the first century turned their world upside down while it seems like the church of the 21st century is being turned upside down by the world? I will give the answer to that question tonight at Harvest Orange County from my new series, Upside-Down Living. This is based on the book of Acts. I will also be joined . . . read more ›

Check out the new Harvest Crusade video!

Here is the new video for our upcoming Crusades in Anaheim and L.A. It was directed by the very talented Dwight Thomson Jr. For more information, go to http://www.harvest.org/crusades/