Let Hope In

The following post is from my pastor and friend, Pete Wilson. I am a huge fan of Pete, his family, and his words. Because well, he’s cool. But mostly because he helped me see that there was hope for me, that we all are broken and in need of healing, and that a church that […]

What Can We Count On?

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It is July. JULY. I can hardly believe it. JULY. I think I wouldn’t believe it had I not barely survived the chaos that was the Fourth of July festivities at the Wilson’s. JULY. We are six months through a year that is best described, by quoting the “Fresh Prince of Belair” theme song. The year my […]

Why I Think You Should Be Present

I don’t know much about what this fall, next month, or even next week but I do know that I am going to “Be Present” at the Catalyst Conference in Atlanta this fall. It’s happening October 5-7 at the Gwinnett Arena and includes high-octane speakers, powerful worship, and an experience unlike any other. Truly, it’s […]

The Voyage of Celebrity Century

On Thursday evening I returned from almost a week at sea with a crew of dear friends, several dozen like-minded acquaintances scattered throughout North America, a rested body, mind, and spirit, and the inevitable sneaky pounds affixed to my mid-section (If only there was a “Gain It” app, I could have killed it on this […]

Today is the Day

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Today is the day. Today is the day we all have been waiting for, or at least the day I have been waiting for. Today is the official release date for my pastor and Thomas Nelson author Pete Wilson’s debut book Plan B. Have you ever had a shattered dream? An unmet expectation? A failed plan? […]

Distorted

This morning at Cross Point, Pete Wilson talked about our greatest temptation as Christians. He said, “Our greatest temptation is not that which is ridiculously evil, but that which is deceptively good.” Oh, how that rings true in my life. Oh, how I seem to place too much importance on WHATEVER is going well in my life. […]