26 September 2021
What joy and laughter is keeping you pushing on these days? Celebration is as much a discipline as lament – and we need both if we are to live well now as followers of Jesus and people of blessing in our world. This week it is to celebration we turn our attention…our hearts…and our conversation.
19 September 2021
This week we practice lament on our way to living well now. This important and biblical discipline is not so well known these days. Perhaps we’ll discover new hope by seeing the world through tears.
12 September 2021
What can we learn from the experience of the disciples after the earth-shaking reality of the resurrection? What confused them? What new normal were they trying to figure out?
5 September 2021
Jesus knock-knocks on the door of our lives and community in Revelations 3:14-22. He calls out our apathy – in this time when anyone can be apathetic – to find a fire that burns, an intimacy worth fellowshipping with.
29 August 2021
God surprised Peter, one of his closest and key leaders, as Christ was discipling him, preparing him for carrying on His mission. This included a significant change in who would be in the Kingdom!
22 August 2021
Have you ever considered that the desire to seek and the deep longings in us are part of the image of God we are made in? God is a seeker. It his nature to search, seek and, thankfully, find.
18 August 2021
Interview with John Johnstone, First Nations Ambassador with Multiply (mission agency of the MB churches in Canada), about life together with First Nations communities in the aftermath of residential school discoveries.
15 August 2021
In our own day, repentance has become a heavy word, laden with guilt and feelings of not measuring up. In Psalm 32, however, it is an occasion for joy and an opportunity for thanksgiving!
8 August 2021
Too often we can forget to engage the Lord in prayer as we navigate the rote routines of our lives, perhaps thinking they are too small to bring to him, or perhaps we are caught up in the stresses of the situation and the practice of prayer simple doesn’t come to mind.