Questions are more important than answers. At least, the right ones are. Why? Because the quality of your questions regulates the range of your answers.
We get bombarded every day. Every angle. I drove 10 minutes across town and saw (or heard) over 70 advertisements. Some not appropriate for kids—but
We just finished a 5-week evening study at the church called The Reason for God based on the best-selling book by Timothy Keller. The series is based
“Bucket lists” are popular these days. Movies and books propose lists of things to do before you “kick the bucket” (hence “bucket list”)—a kind of
The word “conversion” means change, transformation, crossing over from point A to point B. Each conversion means something new. Point A to B. Then B
When I was about old enough to know nothing I remember asking my mom, “What’s mother’s day?” She told me. I replied (as all kids
I just got back from the Stewards by Design conference. I’m on the Planning Team. 20 congregations come from across Canada to help strengthen a
This is a short and simple blog. Most of you know I’m a minister (or ‘pastor.’) The vocation involves a lot of things. Many joy-filled,
Our world seems obsessed with its own demise. Hollywood movies, strange cults in the desert and the Left Behind series. Scientists in Chicago even made
Alexander Hamilton said that if you don’t stand for something, you’ll fall for anything. And over the past few weeks it’s been a tough world
Will our kids believe? Do they? This is a big question. Even before I had kids I was reading about our own homes being mission
Ever feel like an outsider because you have had some doubts? In your faith? As if everyone else has seen Jesus personally and therefore exudes
I believe that God has a plan for our lives. Think of it as Plan A. But many of us have our own Plan A.