Audio Books

To think and grow in grace is to develop the capacity for right believing and right thinking which ultimately manifest into right living. This book will reveal the power of resting in God’s grace as it relates to everyday matters of life concerning reconciliation, adversity, dating, healing, God’s goodness, mental health, wealth, and forgiveness just to name a few topics. Think and Grow In Grace also has positive proverb like words of affirmation at the end of each chapter that will highlight a powerful pathway paved with the hope to keep moving forward in God’s grace and power.


This book will provide a pathway to God’s amazing grace with 30 days of powerful, spirit-filled lessons and quotes by the author. Aggressively experience and step into the freedom of no condemnation as strongholds are broken by God’s life-giving message of grace.


This book will show you how to receive freedom from the spirit of condemnation as you discover your true grace-filled identity in Christ. This insightful book has simple yet powerful lessons consisting of daily inspiration and thoughts for the day solely for the purpose of encountering God’s grace. 


Peaceful “Say Their Names” protest in North Texas

My post protest thoughts.
The connection was spotty at times. So, I apologize for the video cutting out towards the end. There were a few negative people in cars flipping the bird. But, overall the support was overwhelmingly positive!

“African American Reality in America”

At the dinner table we usually start by blessing the food, talking about what we are grateful for and who we helped today. However, in addition to our dinner tradition, the other day my wife and I discussed (again) with our 13 and 17 year old African American teenage boys the harsh realities of racism and police brutality. We discussed the power of not living in fear, but of being wise, aware of your reality, how to interact with an officer if approached, walking in the neighborhood, socializing with friends and maintaining vigilance in all situations. I wish we lived in a society where my wife and I didn’t have to have these specific conversations centered around the African American male experience and concerns we share as African American parents