Reminders on #MemorialDay / Reminder From @KSPrior

Today, Monday, May 28, 2018, is observed as Memorial Day for Americans. While today is that for me , it is also the day that my daughter becomes just 7 days old. While I remember to observe Memorial Day for those precious lives lost serving in the United States Armed Forces protecting my freedoms, IContinue reading “Reminders on #MemorialDay / Reminder From @KSPrior”


1 Corinthians 3:7 = “So neither the one who plants nor the one who waters is anything, but only God, who makes things grow. (NIV)” John 6:63 = “The Spirit gives life; the flesh counts for nothing. The words I have spoken to you–they are full of the Spirit and life. (NIV)” John 6:65 =Continue reading “YOU CAN’T “STRATEGIZE” SPIRITUALITY”

Prayer Should Not Be An Afterthought (But Action Should Not Be Either)

Prayer is necessary to the Christian life.  One may say that it is a part of the lifeblood to abiding in Christ.  For how can you develop a relationship with a person, the Person (specifically our Lord), without true and open communication with Him.  So then, prayer is a two-way street with our God.  But He isContinue reading “Prayer Should Not Be An Afterthought (But Action Should Not Be Either)”

Episode 41 – Morgan Bolt (@MBoltAuthor) Interview – Discussing Pain and Suffering as a Christian

Next on Thinking It Through: I speak with Morgan Bolt about a piece that he wrote back in January of 2016 that I found on the Biologos site.  The piece dealt with Mr. Bolt’s own battle with cancer and his walk with the Lord. _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ **Order you some Two Good Cocoa** **For the next generationContinue reading “Episode 41 – Morgan Bolt (@MBoltAuthor) Interview – Discussing Pain and Suffering as a Christian”

My #Religion: Simple and Complex

The older that I get, the more I desire to grow in my faith and in my relationship with my Lord.  As a child and even as a younger man, I thought or felt, what some who are irreligious may feel, which is that religion can be silly and simple in too many ways.  IContinue reading “My #Religion: Simple and Complex”

Tough Texts: Was Jesus Created? (Colossians 1:15)

Originally posted on Theology in Motion:
Did God create Jesus? Was there ever a time when Jesus did not exist? These are important questions that relate to the deity of Jesus. Scripture affirms that God the Father is eternal, without beginning and end (Psalm 90:2). But if Jesus had a beginning, then he wouldn’t be…

Episode 10 – Brandon Elrod (@brandonelrod) Interview – #Election, #Race (#LilWayne #Controversy), and Sound #Theology

Next on Thinking It Through:  I have my 2nd guest on the show and we talk about the election, issues dealing with race, and the importance of sound theology.  I invited Brandon Elrod (an Intern with the Baptist Collegiate Ministry) on the show to discuss background in ministry, issues with the election, issues with race,Continue reading “Episode 10 – Brandon Elrod (@brandonelrod) Interview – #Election, #Race (#LilWayne #Controversy), and Sound #Theology”

Sermon: ‘The Beauty of God and the Beauty of Being in Christ’ – Sunday, September 13, 2015 (PM Service)

Back on Sunday, September 13, 2015, at the evening service, I was given the opportunity to preach to the brothers and sisters at Eastside Baptist Church, which is located in Douglas, Georgia.  After prayer and thinking on what God would have me speak about, I delivered this sermon on the beauty of God and howContinue reading “Sermon: ‘The Beauty of God and the Beauty of Being in Christ’ – Sunday, September 13, 2015 (PM Service)”

Episode 04 – The Birth of Elijah Danner

On this episode of Thinking It Through with Jerome Danner, I talk about the birth of my son.  It was quite a night on September 21st, and this has been quite a week.  However, when I look at my son, I am all the more grateful that God blessed me and my wife with aContinue reading “Episode 04 – The Birth of Elijah Danner”

Everyone Needs a Sanctuary: Solitude Has Its Benefits Everyone needs a sanctuary!  Whether to get one’s thoughts together on a particular tribulation, needing time for deep thought and meditation, a time to converse with God, or just to enjoy some peace and quiet, drawing away for some solitude is a good and healthy thing. Now, this is not seclusion from othersContinue reading “Everyone Needs a Sanctuary: Solitude Has Its Benefits”