Albert Schweitzer famously said that when looking for the “real” Jesus, it can be like looking down a well: Our search can be so polluted with personal
Would you like that super-sized? It’s a time of anxiety for a lot of churches, especially as we educate ourselves in what Montreal philosophy professor
In 1939 Eugene was 7 years old. And his mother decided they would not get a Christmas tree. She was a woman of conviction and had seen
Do you struggle to hear God’s voice in your particular situation? (Pause) It’s not actually Christmas yet. Even though I keep peeking into my stocking.
I think we all want Christmas to be awesome. Filled with awe. And as I drive through the neighbourhoods and see multi-coloured lights going up
I think one of the biggest challenges today is that many of us really like Jesus. And liking is good. But do we love him?
I think many of us have been duped to a near cataclysmic capacity. We’ve been tricked into thinking that the sum of life is “to
Now we have 3 kids—4 years, 2 years, and 2 weeks. We’re in the blur. The other day someone asked me how I was. I
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
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
Shhh. Politics. It’s not a big pulpit-topic these days. Why not? Especially in light of newly minted Justin Trudeau, Stephen Harper, the various travels of
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