With fluctuating polls, a new PC leader, and argumentative debates, there’s a lot of cynicism and uncertainty about what’s going to happen in the provincial election. Here are a few things to think about and why I don’t always vote the same way anymore.
What if there were actual reasons for believing in the resurrection? This post responds to the 4 major conspiracy theories against the resurrection and outlines other evidences that bolster the foundation of the Christian faith.
What do a magical bunny, chocolate, a bloody cross, and an empty tomb all have in common? They all make an appearance on Easter weekend.
Some people think atheism has a monopoly on reason and science, and that only religion requires “blind faith.” This post says Not So Fast, and explores how there is more to the pursuit of truth than what first meets the eye.
This short post offers 1 simple antidote to freezing temperatures, Christmas credit card bills, and complaining kids.
There are a lot of questions that come up at Christmas like: Was Jesus actually born on December 25? What does it matter that Mary
The title of this blog speaks for itself. Mostly. Read on to steer away from Jerkville and to find out what true friends are for.
Where does Halloween come from? Is it getting more gruesome? And how to keep it positive and Light.
About twenty years ago I was on a subway in Toronto. I was taking an undergraduate degree at the time and the subway was packed.
This blog explores the idea some people have that science and faith are opposites. Here’s what many people think, why they think it, and how to respond. [Reading time 5.5 minutes.]
We all want our kids to thrive. This blog highlights the goal of parenting, and the essential difference between over-protecting your children (and simply parenting them).
There’s a lot of negative junk in the world spewing out of people’s mouths. Here’s one very practical way to ensure you’re sounding more like light (and less like death)
Remember the Flanders family from The Simpson’s TV show? They were Homer and Marge’s quirky, religious next door neighbours. Ned had those prim-and-proper sweater sets,