A Tale of Two Kings (Acts 12:18-23)

This past Sunday, I had the honor of teaching through Acts 12:18-23. In this message, I compare and contrast King Herod with King Jesus to help people understand the difference between the Kingdom of God and the Kingdom of Darkness. The Sermon Discussion Guide can be found below the video to help you go deeperContinue reading “A Tale of Two Kings (Acts 12:18-23)”

I Am Pursuing a Bachelor’s Degree

I may be the only person who went from an Associate’s Degree to a Master’s Degree and now a Bachelor’s Degree but here I go embarking on another degree. Ashley & I have come to the conclusion that I have an addiction to education but I (think) that’s a good addiction. Beginning this Fall, IContinue reading “I Am Pursuing a Bachelor’s Degree”

New Testament Survey/Church History Class

Hi everyone, I know that many parents have adopted homeschooling or virtual schooling for this year. If you would like your kids to take some type of religious education class, I would be more than willing to organize some classes via Zoom – possibly a New Testament Survey class with some church history mixed in.Continue reading “New Testament Survey/Church History Class”

The Church God Blesses (Acts 11:19-26)

This past Sunday I had the honor of teaching about the most influential church plant in the first century – the church in Antioch. I walk through the text and share four characteristics about the type of church (and Christian) that God blesses. Below the video you can find the Sermon Discussion Guide to goContinue reading “The Church God Blesses (Acts 11:19-26)”

God Has No Favorites (Acts 10:1-48)

Unfortunately the Christian church throughout history has been one of the main proponents of prejudice, racism, and ethnocentrism. This is not a new problem in the church; instead, it was even propagated by the great Apostle Peter. In this message, I teach through Acts 10:1-48 and we see how Peter’s prejudice & ethnocentrism is challengedContinue reading “God Has No Favorites (Acts 10:1-48)”