In an era when people often "take scenes out of the lives of others and declare a snapshot should forever define them," David Gray counsels against being deceived that "a moment in time is the whole story."
Amid the pain, hurt and sin in today's world, David Gray believes "we could do better in helping people have a dynamic, fruitful relationship with our Lord and Savior."
Reflecting on Lebron James' comments about "the man above" setting him on "the hardest road" to the NBA championship, northeast Ohio pastor David Gray suggests that Christians in today's cultural milieu take note of James' sense of mission: "It is time to stop complaining about the situation in which we find ourselves in the world and to pursue our calling."
Cleveland-area pastor David Gray voices hope that LeBron James, in returning to the Cleveland Cavaliers, will win an NBA championship and, even more, experience victories that truly satisfy.
GARRETTSVILLE, Ohio (BP)--LeBron James is leaving the Cleveland Cavaliers in order to become a bigger winner. I wonder what will constitute a big enough win.