Trust me…

Together these are two of the most powerful words in the English language. The reason that they’re so powerful is because this phrase is a ‘request’ for power. The speaker is asking the listener to give up their power and put their faith in the one talking. This is NEVER easy to do because we all […]

Our commission…

I like to ask questions. Sometimes, my questions get me into trouble but if I want to know then I ask… My question today is, “Why do we go to church?” Wait… I can hear the church bells ringing the alarm. I hear the super saints saying that I’ve backsliding. No seriously, why do we […]

Another letter about Change…

The funny thing about change is that it is personal, even when change affects a group of people. I don’t care who you are, or what role you play, there comes a time when there is an understanding that change affects you personally and that no one else truly cares about how change is affecting […]

Good Deeds

One of the easiest things to do is a good deed. Most of the time, it doesn’t require much on our part. The greatest thing about it is that you are thinking about someone other than yourself. But, there’s another side of the deeds and that is reaching out or recognizing the need for help… […]

Lifestyle of a worshiper…

As minstrels, psalmists and worshipers, we have this expectation that whenever our musical service to God begins that the people will automatically follow suit and begin to worship. Unfortunately, this isn’t a fair expectation to have because most times the audience, or congregation, that we are dealing with isn’t living the lifestyle of a worshiper. […]