Ladder No. 3

Aftermath | Lessons Learned

On September 11, 2001, I was working at my job in Louisville, Kentucky.  A friend and coworker walked into my cubicle and said, “Turn on CNN, they just flew a plane into the World Trade Center.” I remember thinking in my head to her comment, “What? This has to be a mistake?” “Like a little plane?” I asked. I can …

Hours at 8th

I Was Never Chosen

I find the irony delicious. My day to day is chaos. There has never been a more dangerous, frenzied, and outrageous time in our lives than right now and I am at total peace. In God’s amazing grace I have watched what we used to call, “Midtown Moments,” explode all over the 8th Street Mission. I watched two homeless brothers …

we're different

The Liability of the Lost

Over the last year I’ve witnessed two movements of God come into question over the liability of doing ministry, especially when it’s ministry with those people. So, because of the most recent occurrence, I have spent another restless night trying to figure that one out? I pulled out my old tattered bible and searched and searched for scripture that backs …