In confusing times Jesus offers a word of clarity, compassion – and controversy. “I am the way, and the truth, and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me.” Is Jesus really the only way? That’s what this sermon explores.
Jesus lived in desperate times. Life was hard. He was about to be betrayed, tortured and killed. With that in mind he gave a new command. To run for the hills? Nope. This sermon explores John 13:31-38.
Love. It can change things. A lot of things. Bonhoeffer wrote: “Love asks nothing in return, but seeks those who need it.” The command to
Who was Valentine, anyway? Why February 14th? And some advice for a stronger love.
What would be your parting words to a child as they headed off to college? Hebrews 13 feels like important parting words which need to be taken to heart to ensure faithfulness. I explore them with and for you in this episode.
The sinful woman teaches us a lot in this sermon on Luke 7:36-50. The greater you know your sin to be the greater you know your Saviour to be.
An in-depth look at this text and the intersection of Jesus, sin, gratitude, love and deleting words from dictionaries.
This episode is an in-depth look at Luke 6:17-36, Jesus’ “woes and blessings” and his call to love enemies and do to others “as you would have them do to you.”
We like to be in control. But these days, we don’t have as much of it as we’d like. Here’s why, and some coping strategies for a brand new world.
We want to be happy, right? Let’s look beyond the quick fixes and Band-Aid answers of our society with these four suggested ingredients by John Calvin.
Jesus’ instruction to “love your neighbour” persists in a pandemic. Here are 6 practical ways to do so.
What if there were nine virtues that all Christians inevitably show in their lives? I think there is. Let me explain. Karpos In the New
Have you ever thought about your legacy? About what you will leave behind after your time on earth is done? When Jesus talks about people
To explore this controversial question, I’ll look at the background in Canada and some biblical texts. What I say puts me in the minority, but I feel its the most loving approach for the most amount of people.
God wants the best for his children. Shouldn’t we want the same for ours? This post reminds Christian parents what matters most and why it matters.
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 want your kids to think about love in a healthy way then this is for you. The words you use have a bigger impact than you think.
If you want to quickly become the perfect husband, this is for you. (And if you see through this title, this is for you). And if you know your wife’s life is complex and want to help… this is for you too.
Who was Valentine, anyway? Did he secretly marry star-crossed lovers? Was he a priest? And what is some advice for a stronger love today?
If you’re married, you can do this. (But it’s so common-sensical that maybe you don’t do it.) Here’s the thing: We want the best for our