To mentor writers, influence culture, and build disciples by connecting the dots between biblical truth, a conservative Christian worldview, and the yearning in every heart to know God. In short, my goal as a writer, and a human being is to:
One word at a time, one life at a time.
To know God and make Him known.
Too often, I complain that change is hard. I don’t like to have control wrested from my hands and then feel herded into a new paradigm. Yet Lee Iaccoca wouldn’t have converted outdated, dying American Motors and Chrysler Corporations into the profitable Dodge, Jeep and Chrysler companies at the end of the 20th century without catalyzing transformation. Laptops and cell phones wouldn’t exist, and we would still wait in lines for “computer time” on bulky mainframe computers.Visionaries are those who refuse to settle for today's 'normal' in favor of a better tomorrow. Click To Tweet
Transformation is the stuff of life, the fuel for cultural vibrancy, the path to personal spiritual renewal, and the creative spark in every writer’s heart. Transformation is also non-negotiable for Christ-followers. Jesus didn’t just tell his disciples to preach, teach, baptise or start churches. He asked that we Make Disciples of all people groups. Tranformation transcends definition, is messy and hard to track, but you know when it happens, and the proof stands before you.