Worries, broken relationships, illness, financial hardship, a pain from your past that never seems to go away. Yup, life can hurt. Right now I’m leading
Let’s be honest. Life can hurt. There are worries, disappointments, broken dreams, challenging relationships, health problems, pain. Max Lucado once said: “If hurts were hairs,
Psychologist Daniel Goleman describes our time as Age of Melancholy. He chronicles how depression, sadness, paralyzing listlessness, dejection, self-pity and overwhelming hopelessness plague more and
What do you mean about a “spirit-world battle”? I know, I know. To a lot of people, it sounds pretty crazy. It sounded crazy to
We all know that love is important, right? Jesus tells us to love God with our whole being, and to love our neighbours as ourselves
When it comes to heaven and hell, who goes where, and who decides? How, those are huuuge questions! This podcast explores them in Part of the ‘Heaven & Hell’ series.
Last week we asked what heaven was like. But this week I explore what is perhaps one of the most difficult questions of all: What is
Unless you’re a robot, you’ve probably wondered what heaven is like. After all, all of us are one heartbeat away from death. Will we meet
A Gallup poll revealed that 81% of people believe in heaven, but only 69% believe in hell. We like to believe in things we like,
Before the world of contracts and fine print, do you remember hearing about agreements that were made on the shake of a hand? Remember when
Being a person of your word matters. In fact, we could argue that, regardless of ethnicity, language, financial situation or background, people value honesty. And
Do you want to be a person of your word in a world of verbal mistrust? Part 1 in this new series called “My Word” lays an important building block to do just that.
The “war to end all wars?” Yeah, right. But, there is hope. This sermon outlines 4 ways the prince of peace brings peace through his people.
The “gospel” (also translated “good news”) is vital to Christianity. But what is it? This post explains it, but also outlines THREE REASONS why the good news is good for you personally (and for all of us collectively)