I’m a writer, and I’m a Christian. Most of the time, I write to connect the dots between what we believe and how we live. You’ll find read from my main site here. Over the past 36 years, the people who’ve made the deepest impression on my life are those who really live what they believe. World changers live what they believe.

A.W. Tozer was a world changer, as was Dwight L. Moody, William Booth and Charles Spurgeon. They followed Jesus, the One who changed the world He made. If anything is true about these men, they lived what they believed.

World changers come in all shapes. Adolf Hitler lived what he believed. So did Chairman Mao, Joseph Stalin, and America’s 44th President, B.H. Obama. These men lived what they believed, put policies into action that they believed, and changed the world for their efforts. They thought they were saviors too. History and Jesus will be their judge.

Most of the time, I write about connecting the dots between what Christ-followers believe and how we live. I write what I believe, and write about changing the world. I believe God gives each person the ability to change the world in some way. I feel whole, complete and empowered when I’m pursuing my calling, that for which I was created.

This blog isn’t a political rant, or critical essays on life from a self-righteous church-goer.  The names are changed to protect identities, yet all these stories are true.

This blog is this Christian writer’s experience with people and the lives we lead. Sometimes you might laugh . . . at my riders, me, or yourself. It’s all good. Most my personal writing is serious and deep. I hope this blog is fun to read, and if I did my job well, maybe you’ll pause and ask.

  • What kind of world do I live in?
  • What kind of world do I want?
  • Do I see the world as it really is?
  • Are these portraits part of my reality?
  • What can I do to make a difference in my sphere of influence?

Hmmm. Maybe this blog is about changing the world.