Building the Operations Plan for Centurion has been an effort that started many years ago. It began with a vision in 1984 and has been something of an evolving operational plan ever since. It’s time to launch it and take the fight to the enemy. I hope you will join me! Working with Sugar Hill Church in Atlanta, Georgia, we will have the 501c3 in place soon and begin building Centurion Legions all over the world.
David is a follower of Jesus, with over 34 professional years engaging in Culture, Conflict, Ministry and Leadership. He has walked with Jesus since 1979. David has lived and worked in law enforcement, Homeland Security, Government Contracting (Intelligence & Technology), and Full/Part-Time Ministry/Missions. This site is about Real Life. Real Faith. Real Grit.
My son gave me a tee-shirt a couple years ago. It said simply “Nothing Changes – IF – Nothing Changes. Struck me pretty hard as profound and relevant!
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It is my hope and prayer that this site and the future of it in production and media will become a change agent for good, unity, and for the healing of the hearts of many. I know what it is to be broken. Severely broken. I also know what it is to be restored, healed, and made whole by a God Who is constantly at work, even when we don’t realize it. (Exodus 14: 14)
If any of this sounds interesting to you, journey with me. I’ve traveled the world many times in my professional and ministry life. This journey may take us to places around the globe as we talk with others who journey this same pilgrimage. But, this journey is also going to take us inward. It will trek through high and low places, light and dark places. It will take you, and me, into our innermost places of the heart and soul. It’s here where we will discover ourselves and we’ll find healing and restoration for broken hearts, souls, minds, and emotions.
My spiritual journey began in 1974 when I woke up one morning and my mom was gone. My Dad very callously told me, “David, it’s time for you to grow up and be a man. You’re mother is gone and I don’t think she will be coming back.” I saw hell that day (and have seen it many times since). I also began my journey looking for God and for answers. I just didn’t realize that he already knew where I was and had called me to come and meet him just a few years later. We’ve walked together ever since.
I’ve done the reconnaissance for the last 46 years of my life. I’ll share some of the reports with you here – but we’re also going on mission together and we’ll begin to take the fight to the enemy. Together, we’ll strike in ways that, I hope and pray, will help to change us individually, change our families and communities, change our churches and governments – perhaps even change the world. Yet, even with that D-Day mission scope, it’s critical to realize, it all starts with you and me. It starts at home and in our local community. One heart at a time.