I'm running for the office of President of the United States with a vision that 'We the People' might finally mean #AllThePeople.
On March 21, 2019, I spoke to students from Mosaic Ministries at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. My topic was "Whose Blood Covers Systemic, Corporate Sin?"
We the People - The Three Most Misunderstood Words in US History Mark Charles @ TEDx Tysons Over the years I have had the honor of speaking from many stages throughout the country and even around the world. However, 2 weeks ago was probably one of the most significant, in terms of location, message and... Continue Reading →
On January 18 I had the honor of speaking at the Indigenous Peoples March in Washington DC. Below are some videos, and pictures of the March.
The Emperor has no Clothes It doesn't really matter what political party you align yourself with. For most Americans the past week has been somewhat surreal. Our President publicly criticized Theresa May, the Prime Minister of the nation he was then visiting. He labeled one of our closest allies and trading partners, the European Union,... Continue Reading →
This week I had the privilege of speaking at Calvin College to a couple hundred worship grant recipients from the Calvin Institute of Christian Worship. In a plenary session titled "Learning How to Talk in Proverbs" I was given a few minutes to "Propose a proverb about your prophetic insight using a 'prophecy to proverb'... Continue Reading →
Separating Families? It's What the US has Always Done. There is a crisis going on at our borders. Children are being separated from their families. Mothers are being separated from their babies. Many Americans are beginning to take notice and cry out, but the problem is not getting resolved. Democrats are blaming Republicans who in... Continue Reading →
On Sunday February 11, 2018 I had the privilege of preaching at Madison Square CRC in Grand Rapids MI. The church was going through a sermon series on the seven deadly sins and they asked me to preach on the sin of Vain Glory. I decided to use Mark 9:38-50 as my text. I also... Continue Reading →
I invite all people, especially Americans, to watch this video. But I must warn you, the history contained within will not be easy to hear. The Doctrine of Discovery is seldom talked about in America. Even thought it has shaped and influenced our nation, people, churches and foundations in some very deep and profound ways.... Continue Reading →
When your President Motivates Military Graduates by Celebrating the Genocide of Native Peoples On Friday President Trump gave the commencement address at the Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland. About one third of the way through his speech he attempted to affirm and motivate the graduates by reminding them of America's past military conquests when he... Continue Reading →
On Friday May 11, 2018 I had the opportunity to join my good friend Jay Winter-Nightwolf on his weekly show on WPFW in DC. His guests for this show was Professor Dr. Daryl Thorne and three of her students from Trinity College in Washington DC. Professor Thorne teaches a class on Racism. I invite you... Continue Reading →
The Historically Accurate Abraham Lincoln I've always wondered why Black History month is commemorated in February. So this year I decided to look it up, and learned that one of the reasons is because February is the month which contains the birthdays of both Fredrick Douglas and Abraham Lincoln. Choosing February as Black History Month... Continue Reading →
Monday, at a speech in Ohio, President Trump labeled congressional representatives who did not clap for his State of the Union address as un-American and even agreed to call their actions treason. The US Legal Code Title 18 › Part I › Chapter 115 › § 2381 stipulates that anyone found guilty of treason shall: -... Continue Reading →
Sermon Title: Before Being sent Date: Sunday, January 14, 2018 Location: Peace Fellowship Church On Sunday January 14, I had the privilege of preaching at Peace Fellowship Church in Washington DC. My passage was Luke 15:11-24, the parable of the Prodigal Son. In this sermon I present insight into this parable from the perspective of... Continue Reading →
Chief Wahoo: A Mascot for the Lie of White Supremacy On Monday, the Cleveland Indians released a statement that they will remove the logo of Chief Wahoo from their on-field uniforms beginning with the 2019 season. Many people on social media congratulated Major League Baseball for its commitment to inclusivity and diversity and thanked the... Continue Reading →