“The Mañana Syndrome”

Look carefully then how you walk, not as unwise but as wise, making the best use of the time, because the days are evil. Eph. 5:15-16 Mañana  in Spanish is tomorrow so the mañana syndrome can then be defined as procrastination, (putting off till tomorrow what can and should be done today). All of us […]

Count Down to Eternity

I’m excited about the return of my friend Jay Zinn coming to teach here at New Song this November. Jay will be teaching an overview of the Book of Revelations with insight as to how current events tie into Revelation’s end time scenario. Our desire is that this seminar will not only stir interest in […]

Crystal Clear

The Apostle Paul was not one to beat around the bush or sugarcoat what he had to say in defense of the Gospel.  You could not silence him even when he knew what he had to say would cause controversy.  I personally like this about the man.  His “unashamed” approach to the Gospel caused riots to break out, […]

A Mother’s Legacy

One of the things that really blesses me as I watch and observe the congregation here at New Song is the quality of the mothers and grandmothers I see. On a scale of 1-10, I would rate our ladies right up there in the 8-10 department for sure.  The proving ground of quality parenting is, of […]


I’m excited and challenged to preach and teach through the first 8 chapters of Romans. These chapters lay out the Gospel (good news) of the Lord Jesus Christ in its entirety. For almost 2,000 years this great Epistle of the Apostle Paul has come to be known as the “supreme book” of the New Testament. […]

God is Good!

It may be a bit cliquish but it’s true, sometimes life is not fair. Actually life can be really hurtful and not make sense. This is especially true when bad things happen to good people, people we love and care about. Then there’s the times when God’s own people find themselves in trouble and face […]