Cold-case killer William Leverette
October 1st, 2018

What do you do if you’ve just heard the murder confession of a tormented cold-blooded killer who has managed to evade local and federal authorities for years? That was the situation faced by one Connecticut pastor recently. Continue reading

A Confederate statue being torn down
December 13th, 2017

This past summer brought a wave of reckoning that swept across the country, as scores of statues and monuments celebrating the Confederacy were removed from the public eye. In total, at least 30 cities oversaw the removal of one or more statues. Was it the right move? Continue reading

Ryan Lochte making a dumb face.
September 23rd, 2016

People make mistakes. It’s a fact of life. When this happens, we seek forgiveness from others. But for those who live in the spotlight, mistakes are greatly magnified. As opposed to everyday people, celebrities have millions of eyes on them. … Continue reading

isis
April 4th, 2016

*This sermon was written from the Christian perspective, though it contains food-for-thought for people from all faith perspectives* Terrorism seems to be everywhere in the news. With the recent attacks in Brussels and Pakistan, the violence seems to be inescapable. … Continue reading

Charleston's Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church
June 26th, 2015

This sermon is written from a Christian perspective. Once again America has been forced to witness another senseless act of violence in the slayings in Charleston, S.C. The murder of nine Christians during a bible study has caused an outburst … Continue reading

March 17th, 2014

Many of us remember learning about the story of Noah’s Ark in Sunday school. Most likely, we learned from our parents and Sunday school teachers about God’s overflowing capacity for redemption and forgiveness. Now that Hollywood is giving its take … Continue reading