Story of Same Kind of Different as Me

To be released as a major motion picture in October 2017, the stories of Ron Hall (an international art dealer) and Denver Moore (a former sharecropper) converged at the Union Gospel Mission in Fort Worth, TX. Ron befriends the homeless Denver in hopes of saving his struggling marriage to Debbie. An extraordinary friendship forms between the men, changing them both forever. A remarkable true story of friendship and unconditional love. Learn more about their story…


“God with all His omnipotence at His disposal never wastes anything. He never sends a flood if a shower will do; never sends a fortune if a shilling will do; never sends an army if a man will do. And He never thunders if a whisper will do.” ― F.W. Boreham


What Pain Can Do

Uninvited: Living Loved When You Feel Less Than, Left Out, and Lonely learn more amazon.com Last updated on December 9, 2017 6:56 am Pain is inevitable on earth. It touches all of us in so many different ways. We hate what pain does to us, but have we thought about what pain can do for us? […]

How Do Miracles Work?

One of the most intriguing aspects of Jesus’ ministry was his miracles. The four Gospels record 37 of them (although more did occur) from making extra food to making dead people alive. The Bible says miracles were evidence of Jesus’ relationship to God the Father and to serve as added proof to his message of […]

10 Reasons To Read Christian History

As our speed of  knowledge and information increases in our culture, we seem to withdraw further from history and the lessons of the past. Understanding where we came from helps put our present state into proper perspective. And while studying geopolitical history is vital, so is studying the history of Christianity. In fact, American history […]

5 Questions to Help Pick Your Battles

The mere fact that we are human beings living in a fallen world means that we will eventually have conflict with someone else, even a fellow believer. When the problem isn’t about biblical doctrine or if there’s no blatant resolution stated in scripture, it can be quite dicey. How do you move forward? Or should […]

“For anyone preparing to work among the unreached, this honest challenge is worthy of consideration, The heart of the issue here is biblical: Is Jesus worth that? Is Jesus worth that for the witness-bearer? Is Jesus worth that for the one choosing to believe His claims? Is Jesus worth persecution? Even more, is Jesus worth the death of a person who embraces the faith? If you do not believe that Jesus is who He claims to be, if you do not believe that Jesus is the Way, the Truth, and the Life, if you do not believe that Jesus is the very Son of God and the only way to heaven, then please do not go out among the unreached. Do not get someone killed for something that you are not eternally sure about.” – Nik Ripken (Insanity of Obedience)