It’s Christmas Day. A baby cries. It will not be the last time. A mother is tired. It will not be the last time. Hope
In 1939 Eugene was 7 years old. And his mother decided they would not get a Christmas tree. She was a woman of conviction and had seen
Christmas is like water. It can be a great source of nourishment—but it can also drown you. The beauty can be eclipsed by a distracted
Do you struggle to hear God’s voice in your particular situation? (Pause) It’s not actually Christmas yet. Even though I keep peeking into my stocking.
This isn’t at all connected to the TV show Modern Family—even though that is pretty funny. Nor is it meant to usurp the real 10
I think we all want Christmas to be awesome. Filled with awe. And as I drive through the neighbourhoods and see multi-coloured lights going up
I think one of the biggest challenges today is that many of us really like Jesus. And liking is good. But do we love him?
I know the title may be controversial. After all, what is “good”? And I’m aware of what vonBalthasar said somewhere that “success is not a
I think we’ve lost our focus about Remembrance Day. We’ve misplaced our glasses somewhere in the house so we’re a bit foggy. This came forcefully
Is a “www” the new front door of the church? Why are seniors the fastest growing internet users? Is Facebook the new front porch? Maybe
Every day we make decisions that impact ourselves and others. Decisions about our families, our values, the environment. But these decisions have impact beyond our immediate
Holidays can be really hard. In my experience the worst is probably Christmas. Don’t get me wrong, I love Christmas. Jesus’ birthday, slow-motion snowfall, family
Church signs can be fun. We’ve all got the email forwards with some doozies. Friend and colleague Mark Wolfe gave an excellent sermon I heard