“Coming Together” – The Tulsa Race Massacre Centennial Commission comes to South Tulsa

A little over a year ago, I received an invitation from the Mayor’s office to participate in the 1921/2021 Tulsa Race Massacre Centennial Commission. I remember thinking at the time how much of an honor it was for a church from our side of the city to be included. Our church is just about as far south as … Continue reading “Coming Together” – The Tulsa Race Massacre Centennial Commission comes to South Tulsa

“God Blessed my Church with Immigrants like Cesar” – Christianity Today article BONUS MATERIAL

A few weeks ago, Christianity Today asked me to conduct an interview and write the story of an immigrant or refugee in our congregation who is making significant contributions to our church and community. The truth is we have MANY great people to choose from – among them is Cesar Quintero. READ THE FULL ARTICLE … Continue reading “God Blessed my Church with Immigrants like Cesar” – Christianity Today article BONUS MATERIAL

A Word about Conflict in Church

How might you handle a minor disagreement with someone if you knew it would be remembered and talked about two thousand years later? As Paul closed out the letter to the Church at Philippi, a church that we could argue was as healthy and effective as any we find in the New Testament, he mentioned … Continue reading A Word about Conflict in Church