What does it mean to be “in” but not “of” the world? This message on James 4 explains it and offers some help.
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?
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Some of you have questions about Christmas. But the season rushes at us with such fearsome fury that we do…
To explore this controversial question, I’ll look at the background in Canada and some biblical texts. What I say puts me in the minority, but I feel its the most loving approach for the most amount of people.
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
I’ve had a burden on my soul since Easter. That was when—just days prior to the biggest Christian holiday of the year—Maclean’s Magazine published an
What makes people happy? Presents? A thank you? A big bag of potato chips with zero calories? The answer will be different for different people. A
Ghouls, goblins. And candy! For some people — not all — Halloween can cause mixed feelings because of its dark undertones. Er, overtones. I recall
A parenting degree doesn’t exist. Nothing can prepare you. As social scientist William Doherty says, parenting is “a high-cost/high-reward activity.” There’s nothing like those wonderful giggles.
We’re not in Kansas anymore. That’s pretty obvious. But maybe that’s a good thing. Lately I’ve been doing a lot of research on what’s happening in today’s church.
I know it’s a highly-charged topic. And it’s in the news. Recently CTV reported, “The Supreme Court of Canada has unanimously struck down the ban on
There is more technology in your smart phone than there was in the first Apollo spacecraft that went to the moon. I read that somewhere.
“Don’t judge me!” You’ve heard it. I’ve heard it. Someone has judged you. Or you’ve been accused. Maybe you judge bikers as being of a