Do you feel like you’re somehow losing “it”—whatever “it” happens to be for you? Maybe control, composure or opportunities? Well, you can’t have everything that matters, but you can have everything that matters most. Here’s what, and how.
How did everything get so polarized? It’s complicated. But here are 3 observations and 1 suggestion for how to respond as God’s people based on Matt. 7:1-5.
What is the Christian “gospel/good news”, anyway? This short (free) video lets you know.
We live in a world with lots of evil. Will it win? Here I explore the story of Joseph. A more accurate view of who God is and what God does provides comfort, confidence and courage, even in the face of evil.
We want to be happy, right? Let’s look beyond the quick fixes and Band-Aid answers of our society with these four suggested ingredients by John Calvin.
As we approach Canada Day, how does our eternal citizenship (in heaven) impact our Canadian citizenship? Because it should. In this sermon I try to answer that question through the lens of Psalm 85.
Turbulence happens in this short flight called life. Here’s the Forward to my new book that explains a bit more about the storms we experience, and what to expect in the book.
We live our lives based on what we think is true. So in a time of information overload when so much is supposed to be “relative,” how do we know? Jesus’ words in the Sermon on the Mount give us eternal guidance.
Have you heard it? “Be the change you want to see in the world.” But what KIND of change are we talking about as followers of Jesus?
More of us are worshiping online. But there’s a risk. It can become something we WATCH instead of something we DO. Here are practical ideas to help.
In many ways, our world feels like a tinderbox right now—and easily flammable. The COVID-19 pandemic—and all of it’s accompanying stress and stain—has pushed many
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.