The biggest “issue” in the church is how to interpret the Bible. That’s how I see it. Think of conversations about the environment, or homosexuality, or
Okay, I admit it. That title promises a lot! But think of it like this: I once heard someone talk about how people think they
Now we have 3 kids—4 years, 2 years, and 2 weeks. We’re in the blur. The other day someone asked me how I was. I
Maybe it’s a morbid blog. Or… A hope-filled one! I sometimes ask people if they’d like some input into the songs used at their funeral.
Questions are more important than answers. At least, the right ones are. Why? Because the quality of your questions regulates the range of your answers.
They didn’t used to let dads in the delivery room. They do now! On Monday, my wife gave birth to our 3rd child—a little girl!
We get bombarded every day. Every angle. I drove 10 minutes across town and saw (or heard) over 70 advertisements. Some not appropriate for kids—but
“A father carries pictures where his money used to be.” (Unknown) I’m a new dad. Well, not that new. And I’m not sure if you’ve noticed, but
We just finished a 5-week evening study at the church called The Reason for God based on the best-selling book by Timothy Keller. The series is based
“Bucket lists” are popular these days. Movies and books propose lists of things to do before you “kick the bucket” (hence “bucket list”)—a kind of
The word “conversion” means change, transformation, crossing over from point A to point B. Each conversion means something new. Point A to B. Then B
“Movies are just a fad. Audiences really want to see live actors on a stage.” Or at least thought Charlie Chaplain. Maybe it’s unfair to
Shhh. Politics. It’s not a big pulpit-topic these days. Why not? Especially in light of newly minted Justin Trudeau, Stephen Harper, the various travels of