Do You LOVE Your Marriage?

Not your wife, not your husband (which I am hoping that you do!), but your marriage. This is a very interesting concept. My pastor Dr. Jamie Greening put this "out there" on Sunday morning...

Dia dhuit!

That's how you say "hello" in Irish... It literally means "God To You"... Everyone be safe if you choose to partake in the holiday, especially my Detroit and East Coast/Chicago friends... Here's an Irish Blessing for you...

I See You, I Love You…

Ever see/hear something that takes what you have been thinking and feeling and makes it crystal clear...? For the last several months, I have had a real issue with the way people, the press, politicians, friends, talk shows and even the comedy shows have been addressing the issues of today. It's not good, the rancor,... Continue Reading →


  The last couple of days the "weight" of all the negativity, posturing, fear, anger and worry flying around TV, radio and social networks has really weighed me down... And I am feeling that I need to put something positive out there to combat it... I could have written something on my blog (and I... Continue Reading →

A Letter To Christians In Indiana, From Jesus

I have given this a lot of thought, what I could say, but nothing says it better than this letter… Which Mr. Pavlovitz took from the book: Jesus For President, By Shane Claiborne and Chris Haw…

Take a read…. It’s worth your time…

john pavlovitz


Dear Christians In Indiana (and those elsewhere, who might read this),

I’ve seen what’s been going on there lately. Actually, I’ve been watching you all along and I really need to let you know something, just in case you misunderstand:

This isn’t what I had planned.

This wasn’t the Church I set the table for.

It wasn’t the dream I had for you, when I spoke in those parables about the Kingdom; about my Kingdom.

It was all supposed to be so very different.

It was supposed to be a pervasive, beautiful, relentless “yeast in the dough” that permeated the planet; an unstoppable virus of compassion and mercy spread person-to-person, not needing government or law or force.

It was supposed to be that smallest, seemingly most insignificant of seeds, exploding steadily and gloriously with the realized potential of my sacred presence, becoming a place of safety and shelter for all people.

It was supposed to be…

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