Intervention

This is the final message in the Creekstone sermon series in James, The Gospel for Real Life. Listen:  About four years ago, I was approached by three different members of the Creekstone staff about an issue that had them deeply concerned. They had not collaborated or discussed this issue with each other. Their concern wasn’t … Continue reading Intervention

George O’Leary, Johannes Haushofer, and Resume Righteousness

In 2001, Georgia Tech head coach, George O'Leary, left the Yellow Jackets to take over as head coach for the Fighting Irish of Notre Dame. A few days after he was hired, inaccuracies were discovered in his resume'. The resume stated that O'Leary had earned three letters in football at the University of New Hampshire. … Continue reading George O’Leary, Johannes Haushofer, and Resume Righteousness

5 Ways Spiritual Adoption Can Change Your Life… Starting Today

The 1982 movie, Annie, was originally a musical set in 1933 during the Great Depression at the Hudson Street Orphanage in New York City. Miss Hannigan is the oppressive caretaker of the orphans. One day, Grace Farrell, secretary to the billionaire philanthropist, Oliver Warbucks, comes by to pick up one of the children who will … Continue reading 5 Ways Spiritual Adoption Can Change Your Life… Starting Today

How to Stop Gossip in its Tracks

Inspired by Rowan and Martin's Laugh-In, Hee Haw was a variety television show featuring rural comedy and country music against the backdrop of the fictional "Kornfield Kounty." Airing on CBS from 1969 to 1971 and then in syndication for twenty-one years, Hee Haw was one of the shows I remember watching with my grandmother every Saturday night. Hosted by Buck … Continue reading How to Stop Gossip in its Tracks