Monthly Archives: March 2012

Leaving Our Mark On Eternity

I’ve got a new post up over at Provoketive Magazine entitled, “Leaving Our Mark On Eternity.”┬áIt’s about making sure we express our love for people in this life while we still have time. Here’s an excerpt: One of the most regrettable things we can do is let time pass without telling someone how we feel. One of the best things… Read more »

Can Seminary Puff Up a Pastor?

I live in Kentucky, but I am not a native of this state. I am a born and bred Arkansan. I make it known to anyone who will listen. When I bring it up to Kentucky basketball fans, I am often mocked. For good reason. We won our championship back in 1994. Kentucky has won a billion. I even got… Read more »

The Long Climb Out

I alluded to the fact that I’ve been fighting depression in my last post. I probably wasn’t as forthcoming as I should have been. Up until a week ago, I was probably fighting the worst bout of depression I’ve ever faced in my life. I’m telling you this not for sympathy. I’m sharing this because so many people suffer from… Read more »

Depression, I Don’t Like You

I knew something was wrong about a month ago. Those who suffer from depression know what it’s like. I got an email from a friend and I thought, “How nice, I should email him back.” But in the dark recesses of my mind, I knew I wouldn’t. And I knew it would be a long time before I did. I’m… Read more »

List of Fallen Pastors

Man, I’ve been busy the past two weeks. I haven’t blogged at all. I did find the time a while back to submit a very important article to Provoketive.com – “List of Fallen Pastors.” I’ve been wanting to write it for a long time. Here’s an excerpt: On my blog at www.fallenpastor.com, WordPress keeps track of how people arrive to… Read more »