We live our lives based on what we think is true. So in a time of information overload when so much is supposed to be “relative,” how do we know? Jesus’ words in the Sermon on the Mount give us eternal guidance.
There is a time for everything. Really? Even this? This sermon about Ecclesiastes 3 offers three insights to help us navigate uncertain seasons.
Have you ever asked God for a sign? Have you ever wanted to? Wondered what the Bible says about doing that? After all, some clarity for life’s confusion would be great. Let’s explore it in this message together.
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.
When a parent dies too soon. 3 people share what they miss the most and the advice they’d give everyone else.
Because we can pronounce hyperbole and always find the Cheerios at the grocery store, we can easily think that the wisdom train only goes one way. But what if our kids were on a secret mission to teach us some things too?
“I am a Jew,” Albert Einstein wrote, “but I am enthralled by the luminous figure of the Nazarene… No one can read the Gospels without
Would you live any differently? My dad died in November and we recently had his birthday. It made me reflective. As I said at the time (click here
Some people have blind faith; but some have blind doubt. And if we’re being honest, many of us are somewhere in between. Often, doubt is a part
Eat, sleep, drink hockey. That’s what it was like growing up. I remember that first Leafs game at Maple Leaf Gardens. And zooming around zillions
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
Sometimes the best learning happens when you don’t know you’re learning. This past weekend the church welcomed the Presbyterian Young People’s Society Winter Weekend. A
I once thought my destiny was to be an NHL-er. I did pretty well for a while. But I was no Sydney Crosby. I “failed”