Testimony: Thank you

Every time I think of you, I give thanks to my God. Phil 1:3 NLT
My second testimony is one of thanks!
There have been a few individuals over the years that have witnessed to me.
A young man name Quentin, Continue reading

Testimony: Forgiveness

I have a testimony or two; one is a search of forgiveness and the other is a search of thanks.
Testimony: Forgiveness.
For a few years I harbored a deep hatred in my heart for a young man.
At least that’s the way I remembered him. Continue reading

I am who I am; I am a Christian!

My parents. Is this why I like photography and to goof around?

What does it take for me to be live up to being who I am?
Not a thing; I am who I am by birth.
I am part Swanson, Hook, Goodwin, Wise, Butler, Coon and a myriad of other names all smelted together in what you see in me. Continue reading

It’s not what you say; it’s how you live

There is a verse that gives great wisdom when it comes to crimes against one another; Never convict anyone of a crime on the testimony of just one witness. The facts of the case must be established by the testimony of two or three witnesses. Deut 19:15 NLT Continue reading

Life-changing Testimony

Don Smith is a friend, a brother in Christ, and a leader at CrossRoads Christian Center Church.
He teaches Sunday school and has filled the pulpit on occasion.
Recently Don posted his testimony on Facebook.
A testimony is a powerful weapon against the forces of evil. Continue reading

The Right Direction

I pondered the direction of my life, and I turned to follow your statutes. Ps 119:59 NLT
I decided to change the church sign yesterday.
Sometimes I like to come up with my own sayings and yesterday was one of those days. Continue reading

Do your part and I’ll do mine!

As I see it, our nation is in dire need of repentance with it’s open hostility toward God and immoral allowances that manifest in the government making poor decisions that lead America in a decline.
You can see this in the national debt, unemployment, and products.
Let me be clear that this fault does not lie solely on the present Administration but has been in decline for several years. Continue reading