Monthly Archives: July 2012

You Don’t Want to Dream About Squirrels

I dream. A lot. But do dreams really mean anything? Okay, like the other night, I had this dream that I was at the top of Seattle’s Sky Needle and my wife was being attacked by a giant lizard. I’ve never been to Seattle. I’m very fascinated by dreams. They’re very biblical. Nebuchadnezzar had dreams that Daniel interpreted. Jacob had… Read more »

New Look for Fallen Pastor Blog

Thanks to my new friend Tom Jamieson, my blog has a cool new look. He was an answer to prayer and I appreciate him helping my site look much better now. I asked him to write a little about himself in case you are interested in his services: I am currently a full-time student at the University of South Florida… Read more »

Many Apologies To Those Who Have Tried To Email

I just got an email from Hotmail that told me to login to my account that I use for this site. I count on Hotmail to forward my emails to my iPhone. When I logged in, I realized Hotmail thought I might be a spammer. They haven’t been forwarding my messages to my iPhone since January. Of course, it’s my… Read more »

My Horrible, Pastoral Understanding of Grace

I’ve had some good things happening to me lately. Let me be clear, I understand that it is all the grace of God. It has been a very humbling experience. But I’ve had some guilt associated with it. I’ve thought, “I don’t deserve good things to happen to me. I committed adultery. I should be laying in a ditch somewhere…. Read more »

What I Wish I’d Learned From Hershael York

(Over the next few posts, I’m going to talk about several reasons why the book “Fallen Pastor” is for anyone concerned about the future of the church. We are in the midst of a crisis and need to understand how to approach it). Listen to me. When I graduated from THE Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in December of 2000, I… Read more »

“So, You’re The Adulterer!”

(Over the next few posts, I’m going to talk about several reasons why the book “Fallen Pastor” is for anyone concerned about the future of the church. We are in the midst of a crisis and need to understand how to approach it). I love talking to people who work in funeral homes. They have some of the most amazing… Read more »

Pastors Need Comfort To Avoid Disaster

(Over the next few posts, I’m going to talk about several reasons why the book “Fallen Pastor” is for anyone concerned about the future of the church. We are in the midst of a crisis and need to understand how to approach it). I conducted an interview recently with Joy Wilson, author of “Uncensored Prayer.” I asked her a question that… Read more »

Anger And My Fall From Ministry

This book can help you. But hear me out first. There was a stuggle that went before it. I was angry. At least I was about this time three years ago. I had been caught in adultery. Man, was I angry. At a lot of people. And it was everyone’s fault. I was angry at the head deacon. I went… Read more »

Finding Meaning At The End Of Life

I’ve always believed that no matter how long or how short your life is, as long as you are drawing a breath, God will use it for His glory. I saw it the other day in a dear friend. Those of you who know me well know who I’m referring to. An old friend who has been overcome with cancer…. Read more »

My Interview With Author Joy Wilson

I did an interview recently with Civitas author Joy Wilson, author of “Uncensored Prayer.” It’s up today over at Provoketive. I did a review of her book and loved it and I enjoyed interacting with her and learning more about her and Uncensored Prayer. I think you’ll enjoy the interview, so head on over to Provoketive and check it out. Thanks,… Read more »