They call it the information age. But to me, it often feels like we have too much data and too little wisdom. This episode is a talk with Claude Cox who has spent years with the elderly. Here, he shares some wisdom that has been passed on.
John the Baptist was a radical, especially when contrasted with the me-first, look-at-me mantras of today. This episode is a Bibles Study on John 3:22-36 and the cardinal virtue: humility.
We love our children. We don’t like anxiety. So how can we better understand anxiety in children, and how can we help those we love so dearly? That’s what we discuss in this interview with Lyndsey Stevenato.
Do you face hardship? Do you wonder if Jesus makes a difference? Ever think of turning back? These questions were forefront for the readers of Hebrews. This episode explores the first 3 verses and gets us thinking about timeless wisdom for life’s battles and having confidence in our Leader.
In this podcast episode, I talk with Army Chaplain Andrew Cameron about resilience, the pandemic, and if it’s a fair comparison to say that living through pandemic times is like living through war times.
What is media discernment? The task has never been so pressing, but many don’t know what it is. Adam Holz gives us some clarity. He is director of Plugged In, Focus on the Family’s entertainment and technology review website, visited monthly 1 million times.
We can learn things from the things we go through, whether good or bad (including a pandemic). In this podcast, my young family of 5 offers their thoughts.
From the Inauguration to forgotten tragedies, enemies and echo chambers, here are 6 ideas. Listening option available.
Written alongside Richard Topping, this post suggests a short motto for navigating a pandemic as God’s people.
Prayer is important — and sometimes difficult. Okay, maybe often? Here are 8 practical suggestions to help you with “the sweetest work of the soul.”
Jesus’ instruction to “love your neighbour” persists in a pandemic. Here are 6 practical ways to do so.
There’s a lot of fear out there, most recently with coronavirus. How do God’s people respond generally and more specifically. This post has 3 suggestions.
“The task is to become child-like without becoming child-ish” (unknown). What’s the difference, and why does Jesus tell his disciples that unless they become like children they can’t enter the kingdom of heaven? Here’s why, and 2 ways we can be like children today.
In this video from Westminster’s Q & A Forum, I offer 7 points in response to this very honest (and important) question.
In the Christian faith, the terms “Good News” and “Gospel” are often used interchangeably. There’s good reason for that since they both translate the same
Reading the Bible is important — and it can also be hard to understand sometimes! So here are 5 Study Bibles that can help.
I realize it’s a strange title for a sermon, especially since I’m a pastor who considers himself a very “religious” person. Technically, the word “religion”
It’s a huge question. Perhaps the biggest: Why is there so much evil and suffering if there is a benevolent being? This was one of
Welcome to a new year, to a new decade, and to the next chapter of your life! At this time of year, a lot of
What are you facing in the next year? This Christmas Eve message explains ‘the courage equation’ and four ways to draw closer to God in the pursuit of courage.