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Sadness, disappointment, dreams shattered…why my pastor, why my man of God? There were so many false prophets, teachers, and preachers, so why did my pastor have to die? These were the words that continued to linger in my head after learning the news of my pastor's transition. He was strong, a pioneer of many facets of ministry that weren't seen in his day. He impacted the city, community, state, and ultimately the world. He loved God's people and we loved him. In October of 2012, I asked the question, "Why did my pastor have to die?" It was the question that lingered in the minds of so many members who truly believed that this would not happen. We prayed, fasted, worshiped, and even received prophecies of how the man of God would recover…

We had the faith, we trusted God, and yet he died.

In this revised version, I walk through the journey of the painful loss of losing my pastor but provide a powerful message on Detours on the Road to Destiny: Understanding Perspective, my first message as an ordained missionary. If you have ever lost a pastor or spiritual leader or are still going through the grieving process, there is hope, joy, and peace on the other side of the pain of losing a pastor. The story is not over, and the true legacy can begin…

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Running Life's Marathon Journey


Many people carry various invisible life weights. These invisible life weights can include:

  • Fear of foreclosure

  • Marital issues

  • Wrong decisions

  • Disappointments

  • Past hurt

  • Workplace racial trauma

Life weights can easily slow you down in fulfilling God's call and assignment upon your life. In this e-book, we will explore three strategies you can use to lay aside every life weight and run life's marathon journey as you fulfill your God-given assignment.

How to Deal with Interruptions Part 1 

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