Who was Valentine, anyway? Why February 14th? And some advice for a stronger love.
You’re less likely to get knocked off centre if you’re properly centred. One way to do that is to “guard your heart.” This sermon on Proverbs 4:20-27 is timely for a new year and explains the how and why.
Friendship—with other Christians, and even with Jesus. That’s our topic in this talk with the Rev. Dr. John Vissers, principal of Knox College. We talk about the heighted importance of friendship today, the embrace of Jesus, trust, looking out for one another, the means of grace, the “second self,” and more.
In this podcast episode, I talk with Christine O’Reilly about keeping our composure under strain. She defines composure, discusses the fraying nature of our times, and offers suggestions to grow our capacity to maintain composure under strain.
In Part 3 of 4 in the “Mature” series I highlight 3 specific traits to look for in others who can serve as godly examples in our lives. God puts people in our lives to help us pilot our lives.
Being a person of your word matters. In fact, we could argue that, regardless of ethnicity, language, financial situation or background, people value honesty. And
Maybe it seems unloving to suggest your children might grow into adults you don’t actually like. But it happens. Here are three helps for the journey.
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.
This one “tiny” habit can contaminate a marriage. It’s small, but it’s big. Here’s what it is and what to do about it.
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.
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
I should warn you that this blog speaks of serious, difficult, and sex-related things. But I felt strongly I should write it. Why? Because the changing
It’s a strong idea: Each of us has a mate out there—a perfect mate. A match-made-in-heaven. A “soul mate.” Most people think of their “soul”
Just because you both speak English doesn’t mean you speak the same language. Have you ever overhead a conversation where… Two people were simply on
Don’t sweat it. They’re not your judge. “Whoever walks in integrity walks securely, but whoever follows crooked ways will be exposed.” (Proverbs 10:9) Victory is tied