A Home Port

I met some sailors today who literally spend weeks, if not months at sea. That makes experiences on land pretty few and far between. As the young crewman led my friend and me on a tour of their ship today, he was so excited to show off the bridge, the galley and his cabin. My […]

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It’s all about love.

I’ve spent the better part of a week processing what our team of Americans and Romanians experienced while hosting a camp for 35 Roma Orphan children. Suffice it to say, we are changed. Most believers would agree that we are to respond with action to the simple Biblical command to, “love others as ourselves.” How […]

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The power of an empty tomb

As we prepare to celebrate the single event which changed everything and by which we even count our days, I am blown away by the overwhelming love, grace and mercy of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. To think that He saw us in our need and took action never ceases to amaze me. How […]

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Passion Much?

You have not met a more passionate gent than planter Wayne Lee.  With offices in the Mondawmin Mall, and worship services at Frederick Douglas High School, Christian Liberty Church has seen over 100 come to Christ in just a few years.  That is understandable with the energy that Lee exudes.  From the moment we stepped […]

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Worship Leader Plants Church 

A few weeks ago I had the honor of meeting church planter Steven Foster.  This musician and worship leader has an amazing heart for the Lord and for the people of Glen-Burnie, Md., an upscale suburb of Baltimore and the struggling neighborhood of Cherry Hill.   B3 Church strives to “be the difference” as they […]

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