How Long Should a Church Service Be?

Church services vary in length. The average timeframe seems to be from one to two hours while there are worship services as short as thirty minutes. It doesn’t come as a surprise that Scripture gives no explicit instruction on how long or short a Christ-centered worship service should be. What I will not do is... Continue Reading →


What is Redemption?

We are drawing to an end to this series as we walk through our local church’s belief statement. We’ve taken the time to look at the foundation of ministry at The Church at Sunsites and have prepared the way for this new chapter in the local church’s life. I am excited and hopeful about the... Continue Reading →

The Missionary, part 1: ruined in Damascus

Thanks to readers, friends, and family, we received the funding we needed to support our church in Liberia for another month and we are planning to plant a few more churches this year. In celebration, I am starting this new blog series, “The Missionary.” “The Missionary” will follow the steps of the Apostle Paul as... Continue Reading →

Mission Liberia After One Month

In my personal ministry now, I’ve been planting churches and actively recruiting church-planters worldwide for one month. I have adopted one church, and it is currently our only establishment. I have been sharing the Gospel in another place and am discipling a young man who will hopefully become the pastor of a church-plant there. I... Continue Reading →

What does it mean to be a man or woman?

One of the greatest controversies not only in our day, but in every age on this earth, concerns the role of men and women in society and in the church. Even as we read through the New Testament, we see that there was great gender controversy 2,000 years ago and these controversies looked essentially the... Continue Reading →

Jesus, Born King of All Nations

In the previous session, we saw that Jesus was born the savior of His people (Matthew 1:23). We compared the birth of Jesus to the prophecy in Isaiah. In this session, we will begin the second chapter in Matthew’s Gospel, in which the childhood of Christ is continued and in which Matthew describes the fulfillment... Continue Reading →

Is Poverty Commanded By Christ?

Submit your questions using the contact form, on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram. Poverty is undesirable. During part of my ministry, I remember making $40k-50k a year. The ministries were fruitful. When it came time for God to move me, I found that it was difficult to be okay with making less. God took me through... Continue Reading →

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