How would you define success? Is it accumulating money, influence, beauty or power? Well, of course not. We wouldn’t admit that — at least not
It was the lead-up to his torture, crucifixion and death. The disciples were there, including Judas. He was preparing to betray Jesus to the authorities,
People are seeking serious answers to serious questions. There’s a temptation to downplay or trivialize these questions. But Jesus didn’t. This sermon explores John 12:20-26.
Crowds can be funny… and dangerous. What is going on with waving palms, frenzied people, and a Savior on a foal? That’s that’s I explore in this Bible Study podcast on John 12:12-19 at the start of Holy Week.
Power, independence and control are in. Humility is out. But why? It’s endangered. It’s also the recipe for true greatness in God’s eyes. This sermon explores John 3:22-36 and offers three applications for our lives.
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.
What is the difference between “the good life” and a great life? That’s what I explore in this sermon on Acts 20:13-38 and Paul’s farewell speech to the Ephesian elders. Yes, count your blessings; but count what truly counts.
In this podcast episode, I respond to a question at Westminster Church’s Q & A Forum: “Is the world getting more argumentative? Thoughts from a biblical perspective?”
He sets the scene, sets the table, and sets the guest list. Our job is not to rearrange the scene, the table, or his guest
This podcast goes in-depth with Jesus’ parable of the Great Banquet (and more) in Luke 14:1-24. The host sets the scene and guest list; our job is to say Yes to the invitation and to join in with his celebration.
Wisdom. Who has it? Those with degrees or those who can win arguments or those with lots of followers? This sermon on James 3:13-18 explores not only the what of wisdom, but the HOW.
How did everything get so polarized? It’s complicated. But here are 3 observations and 1 suggestion for how to respond as God’s people based on Matt. 7:1-5.
“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.
Mature people are humble. But why? And how? It seems to be the virtue many people admire but few people actually want. This sermon on Phil. 2:1-18 explains.
We all know that love is important, right? Jesus tells us to love God with our whole being, and to love our neighbours as ourselves
If you haven’t yet discovered that your pastor isn’t perfect, you will. But what do you do with that information. Here are 3 ideas.
Want to know how to showcase humility (and strength) to your kids? Here’s one practical way to do it.