Written alongside Richard Topping, this post suggests a short motto for navigating a pandemic as God’s people.
We like to be in control. But these days, we don’t have as much of it as we’d like. Here’s why, and some coping strategies for a brand new world.
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.
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.
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.