You don’t tend to know where “the end of your rope is” until you get there. In this sermon on Luke 18:35-43, I highlight how God can work in and through the desperate situations in our own lives.
Many people are “barely hanging on.” Is there a word from God to us on Palm Sunday, especially at a time like this? Yes. This sermon from March 29, 2021 provides one from Luke 19:28-44.
Are you carrying heavy burdens? This message talks about the role hope plays in perseverance.
What if your trials had a way of refining you? This message from James 1:1-18 explores this very idea. It’s Part 1 in a series called Down-To-Earth.
Do you ever feel like a failure, especially these days? Join the club. This message about Elijah and God unpacks four encouraging helps for the road ahead.
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.
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.
Trials are tough. But they can actually make you more resilient. This message is about how.
Hope. We need it. But not some naive optimism blind to the facts. A REAL hope with eyes wide open that sustains us. That’s what this sermon explores.
Do you want more courage to face the things that threaten you? Do you want to live victoriously? Do you want to feel better equipped for the battle of the mind? If so, listen in.
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
Here’s a video that summarizes my 3-part teaching series called “Help When It Hurts.” It includes the rationale for the series (hint: hurt is a
Hurts and hardship changes us. But in a good way, or a bad way? Who you are and who you can be emerges from the ashes of what you’ve been through. Listen in.
Let’s be honest. Life can hurt. There are worries, disappointments, broken dreams, challenging relationships, health problems, pain. Max Lucado once said: “If hurts were hairs,
The opposite of good parenting is doing the easy thing in the short term. Now don’t get me wrong. There’s a certain parenting high when