People. We all have them in our lives. Some of us who hang out in downtown Bangkok can have very interesting people in our lives. As we get to know men in the red light areas, it never ceases to amaze me how broken men really are. But at the same time, I can see how I'm just like them, just a broken person looking for a purpose. I'm a sinner just like them. There's no difference. Is that angry comment…


The other day I was downtown. I guess that's not too crazy because downtown is where we go to talk to men. However, today I was focusing on hopelessness. And that was a scary concept for me. You see, it's easy for us to gloss over the hopeless people all around us because we have found Hope. We who have found Christ can live everyday in the hope of our eternal union with Him someday.


Where Did it Go?

It's been a long last few weeks. Traveling and doing photography for action sports athletes. A spill with boiling water removed most of the skin from the right side of my torso. Laying around on pain meds for a week and recovering by taking on too many last-minute media jobs before Sherah and I move overseas.

It may sound cliché to reveal that my spiritual life hasn't been all it needs…

Change My Heart

I had explained it for the umpteenth time. How could my coworker not see what was clearly a breach of logic in the way he was living? My frustration swelled as he continued to reject what seemed to be an airtight debate. I considered my words carefully, wanting to display how only a life in Christ could have purpose and meaning. And how a life without a moral standard to hold oneself to was a life…

A Recent Epiphany

Does anyone remember that quote we say when we are in a position to tell others of our faith? I think it goes, "Preach the Gospel at all times, and if necessary, use words." But I have a confession to make: I think I've lived that very way most of my life!!! A recent epiphany has brought me to realize a few things. First, this is not even Biblical. And second, what good is looking different…


Is it a resolution we make every year in January to change ourselves? Is it a new occupation or location of residence we strive for in hope that it will fulfill our wants and desires? Could it be a friendship that reveals a new community of people we never knew of? Today, my desire is that every day be a new day (a new beginning) in my relationship with my great God and Savior Jesus Christ. We live…



  • Please pray for our staff this evening as they seek to engage men in conversation.
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