So, if you’ve landed on this page it’s because you’ve been checking out my twitter account and clicked the link.

If you’re anything like me, you have a belief that God has more for the church than what she is currently experiencing. Years ago I heard Mike Bickle repeat what God told him in Cairo, Egypt: “I’m going to change the understanding and expression of Christianity in the Earth in one generation.”  I was ruined.  I could no longer do business as usual.  Since that time I’ve come to believe that the church’s best days are in front of her, that she is madly loved by Jesus in a way she doesn’t understand, that we are living in a short hour before the Lord’s soon return, and in that window of time He desires to pour out His Spirit on all flesh.

All of these realities have tremendous implications for the church that very few people are considering.  I believe that the church must return to the apostolic and prophetic foundations it was built on in the first century.  I believe the Gospel was designed to spread like a virus throughout whole regions of the world. I believe the church should be simple and reproducible. I believe that the harvest is white but the workers are few, and that prayer is our most reasonable response in that context.

If you, like me, resonate with one or more of those topics, please join me on the journey by subscribing to the blog.  You can get it by email or by RSS subscription.

Want to check out some of the things I’ve been writing? Here’s a some posts to start with:



This Thing

Speaking of Church…

Redefining Spirituality: Seven Benchmarks of a Discipleship Culture

What I Love About My House Church: September 2011 Edition

Basic Introductions: The End Times

Why You Come to Pursuing Glory

Also, I love to interact, so feel free to email me at: PursuingGlory@Gmail.com


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