Monthly Archives: October 2015

28 10, 2015

Your First Cycle: 5 Areas to Focus Inside the Circle

October 28th, 2015|Uncategorized|

You have heard the whisper: draw a circle around the school down the street and pray. I understand your first question, “What if nothing happens? And I do not hear anything? And I find no direction?” There is a lot of ‘logic’ that goes into the first moments of circle making prayer. That is why [...]

20 10, 2015

Let’s Be Politically Incorrect

October 20th, 2015|Uncategorized|

A few weeks ago First Priority held its National Fall Conference. Amber Johansen, Executive Director of First Priority Tampa Bay, made a statement in her talk. She said “Broken students don’t wake up and try to destroy our culture, they are just acting out what is inside.” Well said. I believe we have a whole [...]

15 10, 2015

3 Ways to Strip Arrogance from Your Ministry

October 15th, 2015|Uncategorized|

Colossians 3 :12 "Put on therefore, as the elect of God, holy and beloved, bowels of mercies, kindness, humbleness of mind, meekness and long-suffering." It is interesting to note in our society the approval of the word "arrogant". What once was a negative conetation is now considered the landmark of a strong leader. This is [...]

12 10, 2015

What is First Priority?

October 12th, 2015|Uncategorized|

3 10, 2015

Gun Control? Or A Ministry Opportunity?

October 3rd, 2015|Uncategorized|

I will start off by saying that I own multiple guns, I don't disagree with the direction of gun control conversations, but believe that any requirement imposed on guns owners will not be easy to come up with nor solve this problem. A law cannot take hatred out of a human heart. A law is [...]

1 10, 2015

“A God Thing”-A Word From A Student Leader

October 1st, 2015|Uncategorized|

First Priority of America is a nationwide organization that establishes student led Christian outreach clubs in schools. This organization has given me a way to make an impact in my high school. Some would call my connection with First Priority a coincidence; in hindsight, I call it a God thing. Throughout my progression in my [...]