If you think you’re caring for yourself when you’re really just comforting yourself, you may be creating more grief than gain. This episode is the audio version of an article I wrote with therapist Sarah Joy Covey for The Toronto Star.
In this episode I answer a question in a Q & A Forum about assisted suicide and the quickly changing landscape in Canada.
In this episode of The Pulse Podcast I take us through Psalm 116, a passionate text about God’s rescue. The psalmist is proactive about connecting with God and others, an approach that is instructive to us today.
When praying for someone to recover from illness, some people say, “If it’s your will.” Why? And isn’t that always his will? That’s was a question from a Q & A Forum that I answer here.
There’s some misinformation or uncertainty swirling around about the COVID-19 vaccine. This short interview with Dr Kelley Wright answers some questions.
January is bad, even in a good year! Maybe 1 of these ideas will help. Maybe it’s reverse inertia, stepping back from the Frenemy, or standing firm. Listening option available.
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.
In the midst of COVID-19, I think many people are under significant strain. As a pastor, here’s what I think will help.
A lot of people are stressed or anxious. Here are 20 quick & super-practical ways to help calm and relax your mind.
Your mental health and well-being is critically important to your overall well-being. But unfortunately, it doesn’t get talked about very much. In this post and podcast I talk about the role gratitude plays in your mental health — scientifically and biblically.
Busyness is a modern cultural value. As a result, a lot of us are resting less. But that negatively impacts your ability to think clearly and function well. If you want to fight “tirritation” (and learn what that means) read on.
This short post offers 1 simple antidote to freezing temperatures, Christmas credit card bills, and complaining kids.
Do you have stress in your life? Want less of it? If so, a new study has some advice. This short blog tells you what it is and the difference it makes.
Ash Wednesday kicks off Lent — the 40-day period leading up to Easter (excluding Sundays). During that time, a lot of people “give something up.”
I should warn you that this blog speaks of serious, difficult, and sex-related things. But I felt strongly I should write it. Why? Because the changing
Have you been hijacked by anxiety? Or someone you care about? An unwelcome terrorist comes and goes playing with your peace? For those who know
I once thought my destiny was to be an NHL-er. I did pretty well for a while. But I was no Sydney Crosby. I “failed”
Have you heard about Blue Monday? Someone told me it’s supposed to be the most depressing day of the year and falls on the Monday
The health and well-being of leaders is hugely important to the vitality of congregations but it is very rarely talked about. (Pause) A few months ago