A few weeks ago, Mark Phelps, son of deceased Westboro leader Fred Phelps Sr., emailed me in response to a blog post on the death of his father. He thanked me for my words, and I was grateful for the opportunity to email with him.
I asked if I could ask him some questions and he obliged. Here is the result of our interview. It is altogether fascinating and heartbreaking.
Mark is a part of Calvary Chapel North Phoenix and his story is a remarkable look at God’s redeeming power even in the midst of tragic circumstances. -Ed Stetzer
An opportunity is buried inside each of your awkward moments. -Relevant Magazine
Do we actually believe in what we get all decked out to celebrate on Easter Sunday?
See, today I have set before you life and prosperity, death and adversity. . . . Choose life so that you and your descendants may live. (Deut. 30:15-19)