The Triumph of Jordan Lewis

In honor of the 3 year anniversary of the passing of my son Jordan, I have written this blog. This is the third part conclusion I promised to share. Part one was The Tribute to an extraordinary young man, missionary, businessman, brother, husband and son. Jordan was a...

True Freedom

This article resulted from Marc Smirnoff’s letter to me summing up his experience from hearing our recent guest speaker. We have worked together to bring you this blog. Sometimes it’s the benefits of a free society that warp our perspective. The more we have,...

Syrian Refugee Opportunity

He defends the cause of the fatherless and the widow, and loves the foreigner residing among you, giving them food and clothing. Deuteronomy 10:18 Jesus has always cared for refugees and outcasts. Our greatest desire is to find where he’s working and do our part...

What Is Christianity?

Despite popular belief it is not a lifestyle. Being moral does not mean that you are a Christian or an have understanding of what Christianity is. It is also not love. People can be loving and do loving things without knowing much at all about Christianity. At its...

NYC: Saving the Heart of a Nation

414 W. 51st Street Project *Select giving type: Building Campaign (414) Donate Here In just a matter of weeks, Every Nation Church NYC will open the completely renovated “Center for Arts, Faith and Culture.” This wonderful space is located in the heart of Midtown...

Where Faith and Suffering Intersect

“God whispers to us in our pleasures, speaks in our conscience, but shouts in our pain: it is His megaphone to rouse a deaf world.” – C. S. Lewis This December, Charisma Magazine published an article detailing the journey that my family has walked...
Hope for the Middle East

Hope for the Middle East

When Jordan’s friends and family started Jordan Lewis Missions two years ago, I never thought it would expand into what it has become. We simply wanted to redirect beloved friends who wanted to send flowers to Jordan’s funeral instead to getting...

Faith at Ground Zero

Hear Pastor Ron speak about how to have faith in the moments of great pain in our lives. Faith at Ground Zero by Pastor Ron Lewis | King's Park International Church...

Syrian Refugee Crisis

In light of the Syrian refugee crisis and debate, I thought I’d post my good friend Peter Ahlin’s comments. Peter has remained a close friend since I became his pastor while he was a student at Duke University. He graduated from Duke and from the...