Gospel, The Gospel, and my Hatred of Guitar Solos

https://open.spotify.com/track/719l9b2QzAejHepSi8vK5a?si=03d6961698414dbf I have a complex theological history. This isn’t because I’ve done great studying over the years, but more so because of the clash between my social formation and my spiritual formation. For lack of a better expression, I got saved in my mid-20s. I spent my life up until this point enmeshed in economically … Continue reading Gospel, The Gospel, and my Hatred of Guitar Solos

An Open Letter to the Charismatic Leaders who “Got It Wrong” in This Season

With the advance in the teaching of spiritual authority in the last 50 years, there has sadly been a lack of teaching on responsibility that comes with it. This has partially caused a great divide between the privileges of church officeholders and their level of accountability. There are now a few leaders that have come … Continue reading An Open Letter to the Charismatic Leaders who “Got It Wrong” in This Season

Growing in this Season of Failed Prophecies

I often find myself sitting across a meeting space with people wanting counsel in times of transition. There are some common threads to these conversations. People are in a season of transition. They feel uncomfortable with where their decisions have taken them. They are looking for approval to move into the new season and reassurance … Continue reading Growing in this Season of Failed Prophecies

The Modern Prophetic Movement is Badly Broken

Covid knocks out the prophets

Mike Tyson has a famous saying, "Everyone has a plan untill they get punched in the mouth." Tyson was replying to a reporter's question whether he was worried about his next opponent's fight plan. There is a remarkabale amount of truth to this and it is playing out in modern prophetic ministry. It is impossible … Continue reading The Modern Prophetic Movement is Badly Broken