This sermon examines the majestic Psalm 91 and includes 5 questions you can answer as you seek to live “in the shelter of the Most High.”
COVID-19 has taken a toll on children as well. They have lost things; they grieve. Here are two suggestions for Christians.
I hear a lot of people saying something like this: ‘I really want things to go back to how they were before COVID-19.’ I get
We need to be proactive (not reactive) about our well-being, especially in the wake of COVID-19. This post links to an article for The Gospel Coalition Canada.
There is a time for everything. Really? Even this? This sermon about Ecclesiastes 3 offers three insights to help us navigate uncertain seasons.
Trials are tough. But they can actually make you more resilient. This message is about how.
In the midst of COVID-19, I think many people are under significant strain. As a pastor, here’s what I think will help.
People are struggling with uncertainty right now. Here are four insights from the Hebrews wandering in the wilderness to help us go into uncertainty successfully.
It’s a relevant, pressing question. After all, this is the God we love and serve. And we want a word from him about how to be his people in times like these. Here are 5 biblical responses.
It’s hard. I know. But these 5 ideas may help you live with uncertainty indefinitely in the midst of Covid-19.
Wouldn’t it be great if joy could triumph over the fear within us? That’s what this Easter Sunday sermon explores with Matthew 28.
“If Good Friday is the day Jesus was crucified, shouldn’t it be called Bad Friday, or Sad Friday?” That’s what a child asked me a
Every year we meet together to celebrate the resurrection, but not this year. When I say don’t come to church, I’m talking about the building. You ARE the church. Here’s some perspective about an Easter that will be different.