I wrote this poem for my pastor's sermon series on Elijah, a mysterious, powerful and bold prophet that steps onto the scene in 1 Kings 17. I pray that this piece does justice to this man's heart and his astounding life. More importantly, I pray that it does justice to the God behind it all. … Continue reading Speak
Hello there! Seeing as this is my first post, I thought I'd welcome you to whatever is going to happen from here on out, or maybe I should be welcoming myself to this experience, who knows. Blogging is a completely new realm to me. I've been writing poems for some time now, thanks to a … Continue reading 52
Every house hold is different. Every tradition has minor variances. But in North America Easter is often associated with an over grown rabbit that has yet to be apprehended for breaking and entering homes and leaving behind copious amounts of chocolate and sweet treats. As a child my parents would litter the hallway between our … Continue reading The Spirit: Holiday or Holy?
Most Saturday mornings kickoff by eating breakfast with my wife while the sound of praise and worship music echoes into every corner of our one-story bungalow home. It's amazing how we never grow bored of singing about the same adjectives. Sure, we may grow tired of a tune, but we never seem to exhaust what … Continue reading Vocalize