I believe in prayer. I practice prayer. I pray because I affirm the sovereignty of God over all of life. I pray to call upon God to display himself in the events of life.
Many theological debates come and go, but some remain. From the time of my childhood I can recall questions, debates and discussions surrounding the question, "Can a believer truly know they are saved?" Theologically
We have always been blame shifters. Cain blamed Abel for God’s rejection of his sacrifice (Gen. 4:8). Saul blamed David for his woes (1 Sam. 18:8-9). The Pharisees didn’t deny Judas’ admission of guilt
How should I describe myself to you? Would this suffice: Anglophone, of Irish-English descent, and Canadian? Is that sufficient, or should I say more? What is my primary identity? What is yours? Recently, I
Grief is Inevitable Over 300 years ago, Christopher Bullock (1716) wrote, “Tis impossible to be sure of anything but death and taxes.” His observation resonated with people. The saying took hold and prevails to
I have rarely taken painkillers, but I am very glad they exist! I once tried the tough guy approach under a dentist’s drill by refusing freezing (hey, you only live once, right?), but I
Loving sinners comes both naturally and unnaturally to me. Having grown up in a Mennonite culture that was deeply insecure, I developed a heart for the socially unlovable because I knew what it was