This Sunday I will be preaching about two of our seven values at Full Life Community Church, “Racial Reconciliation and Reaching the World”. Our nonprofit community development center is hosting a conference to address this issue March 23-24, 2018 called, “The 5:18 Reconciliation Conference”. I am passionate about this issue and I will tell you […]
In 1992, Mary J. Blige released the song, “Real Love” with lyrics like: Real love I’m searchin’ for a real love Someone to set my heart free Real love I’m searchin’ for a real love I was in high school when this song came out and was always looking for love. I was looking for […]
You may have heard it said if you fail to plan you plan to fail! I am telling you that you should plan to fail!
Join me at CrossRoads Covenant Church in DeSoto, Texas for New Year’s Eve Service at 7:30pm.
Yesterday I celebrated 41 years of life. I know that 40 is a significant number in scripture being that it rained 40 days and 40 nights while Noah and his family were in the Ark.Moses was 40 years old when he left Egypt and 80 years old when he came back to lead his people […]
Read Joshua 1 (NIV) Joshua Follows Moses Joshua had served Moses faithfully but Moses could not enter the promised land due to his disobedience when asked to speak to the rock, Moses struck the rock out of anger and frustration with the people and dare I say God. Now Moses is dead and Joshua is […]
April’s stepfather and my father-in-law Rick Wynn passed away from spinal cancer on Tuesday, November 28th at 2:00am CST. Many have asked what they can do to help. You can give by clicking the donate button above. Thank you for your prayers and support. Because we are in the body of Christ, we know we […]
This week has been the culmination of two of the hardest years of our lives for me and my wife. On April 4, 2015, my mother Carrie Hazel Tabor transitioned to heaven 23 minutes prior to Easter from a hospice room in Abilene, Texas at the age of 65 years old. She had spent nearly […]
The day was November 19, 1995. I was a freshman at the University of Texas at Austin. I was living in an all male dorm Moore Hill room 109. I was scheduled to attend church that morning but my mentor and big brother Donyall Dickey was not able to pick me up that day so […]
David was the youngest of eight brothers. In his time, being the youngest sibling disqualified you for expected leadership. When Samuel came to Jesse’s house, he assumed that the king must be one of the older brothers who looked, walk, spoke and even smelled like a king.