Preach, brotha!

I know who I’ll be rooting for in this year’s Super Bowl. Provided they get there. But if their division-winning game last Sunday is any indication…they will. I like watching football, and always… Continue reading

I’m afraid it is your problem

I often get asked, what would change your mind? I don’t know. I don’t have to know. If there is a God, that God should know exactly what would change my mind and… Continue reading

Skeptical? Honestly?

“Evidence. I want evidence that there’s a God.” “In what form?” “I don’t know. But I’m not going to put parameters around it.”  Confession: I am skeptical about skeptics. I seriously doubt the… Continue reading

Slavery, submission, and sonship

This month I celebrate 31 years as a willing slave. Crazy, no? No, and this post from August of 2015 will explain why. When the 13 colonies declared their independence from Great Britain… Continue reading

The Trade, Chapter 14

Click here for Chapter 1 Ruth’s father turned away from the guard and looked out the window, contemplating how unusual it must seem that he was hoping and praying his daughter would go… Continue reading

The Trade, Chapter 13

Click here for Chapter 1 When Ruth’s father opened his eyes the prison guard was at his elbow, the hand and ankle cuffs clipped to his belt. “Let’s go sit in the waiting… Continue reading

The Trade, Chapter 12

Click here for Chapter 1 “Daddy, I’m sorry. I’m so sorry.” As Ruth looked at her father lying in the hospital bed next to hers, she began to cry uncontrollably. Years of rebellion… Continue reading

The Trade, Chapter 11

Click here for Chapter 1 The touch of the ER nurse’s hand gently brought Ruth’s thoughts back to the present. As she opened her eyes, her ears also became reengaged with her current… Continue reading

The Trade, Chapter 10

Click here for Chapter 1 All this time Ruth had been unknowingly working at an agency that her own father was helping manage. He had been appointed shortly after she started there but… Continue reading

The Trade, Chapter 9

Click here for Chapter 1 It hadn’t taken long for Andrew the auditor to discover that none of the payments to Promise Publishing could be tied to any material items received. He had… Continue reading