Lost Boy showing Tuesday night in Southern California

Attention all Socal People! The film about my life, Lost Boy: The Next Chapter is showing tomorrow night at the Lido Theatre in Newport Beach. There are two showings. I will be there speaking briefly after each showing. If you would like to attend click here.

Do not be afraid, only believe!

I want to talk about these words and more in my message this weekend at Harvest, “The whole story.” These were the words of Jesus to a man named Jairus who had just heard the worst news imaginable: his beloved daughter had just died. Right there, his world came crashing down on him. I have been with fathers on two occasions where they were told their daughters died. You cannot imagine how devastating of a statement that is. It is as . . . read more ›

Do you want to change?

After a few days, Jesus returned to Capernaum, and word got around that he was back home. A crowd gathered, jamming the entrance so no one could get in or out. He was teaching the Word. They brought a paraplegic to him, carried by four men. When they weren’t able to get in because of the crowd, they removed part of the roof and lowered the paraplegic on his stretcher. Impressed by their bold belief, Jesus said to the paraplegic, . . . read more ›

I will be speaking in Orange County on “The Story of Life” tonight.

Our life is like a story. We are each the featured character in our own movie called life. “We spend our years as a tale that is told” (Psalm 90:9 KJV). It is full of conflicts and twists and turns. Too bad we can’t reshoot the ending, because sometimes we don’t like the way it is going. Imagine how Joseph felt mid-story,around the time he was in prison. Joseph and Job. Imagine how Joseph felt mid-story, around the time he . . . read more ›

James Lee in Heaven

Many of you may not know James Lee, but he worked faithfully behind the scenes with me at Harvest and edited all of my blogs and many other writings. He was a very talented and loving young man who deeply loved the Lord and his family. He knew and worked with my son Christopher at Harvest as well. While we were in Israel, I heard the news that James had a brain tumor. As I usually communicated with him, I . . . read more ›