The Literary Form of Revelation

Revelation is a very, very, very, very, very dense piece of literature—and that’s an understatement. It is a theological and literary masterpiece and is written primarily in three genres. That being said, if you’re not reading it in its literary style or if you miss a transition from one genre to another, you will struggle…

Writing for Nerd Church

Our church, 1208GREENWOOD, recently expanded on our mission to “create space, foster growth, love people, and love God,” by implementing the longterm vision to plant churches inside of our building that create space to reach those we’re not currently reaching. One of these churches was called, “Nerd Church,” but has now been aptly renamed, “1208-Bit.”…

The Story Behind “Alien Theology”

After I finished writing my 500 page book, A Taste of Jesus, I was pretty sure I was done writing for awhile. It had been an incredibly enjoyable experience for sure, but it had also sucked a lot of time, energy, and life out of me. But then, not too long after releasing it, something odd…

Visions, C.S. Lewis & Narnia

Sometimes a vision is nothing more than a visual thought. In other words, maybe you didn’t receive a “word from the Lord” via your thoughts, but instead you just got a “picture from the Lord” via your mind. This won’t feel anymore spectacular than any other image that pops into your head, for we have…

New Book in the Works

After releasing two books in 2017, you’d think I’d be sick of writing by now—but instead I’m back at it again, this time writing on the topic that inspired me to become a pastor: the Holy Spirit. I suppose a highly supernatural book will be a good follow up to my previous, more scientifically-minded book,…