February 21, 2023.Reading time 13 minutes.
“Do not leave here until you learn and experience the love of God so you can pour it out. The world needs this kind of love.” This is what the Rev. Zach Meerkreebs ended on as he wrapped up his message1 at Asbury University’s chapel, which became the biggest revival we’ve seen in Gen Z’s […] Read More
February 15, 2023.Reading time 8 minutes.
I have been doing a 21-day fast every January for the last 10 years, and every year the Lord has given me a word for the year. Usually, the word comes in the middle or end of my fast in my times of prayer and worship. This year was different as the Lord gave it […] Read More
February 10, 2023.Reading time 6 minutes.
My heart is broken to see the destruction and devastation after the recent earthquake in Turkey and Syria. The loss of life, homes, and communities has left countless people in need of help and support. As the body of Christ, the Church has a unique opportunity to come together and offer hope and comfort to […] Read More
September 15, 2022.Reading time 7 minutes.
I recently met with a few leaders who, like myself, led organizations or ministries through the pandemic. We discussed how hard we had to push ourselves for over two years and how, even though most of our organizations performed well despite the crisis, the experience left many of us feeling burned out. Then, without taking […] Read More
May 11, 2022.Reading time 4 minutes.
As the lockdowns of 2020 were entering the second month, I found myself being asked what I believed the pandemic would change about our way of life. A lot has happened in the two years since, and now we are beginning to see how our world has transformed around us. I’ve been interested in the […] Read More
April 20, 2022.Reading time 4 minutes.
One day I received word that there was a high-speed chase right outside our OneHope office. The car that was fleeing from the police came off of the road, over the grass, through the fence that borders our property, and crashed into three cars in our parking lot. It got even worse—I was told that […] Read More