Last week, Kevin did a wonderful job making the case for the Church to take advantage of the amazing opportunity to share the Gospel leveraging Pokemon GO. He invited me to write a practical list of do’s and don’ts to help churches carry out the Great Commission in this unique and wonderful context.
So by now, unless you live under a rock at the bottom of the ocean, you’ve undoubtedly heard of Pokemon Go and the vast majority of you are full fledged Pokemon trainers or you’ve “just downloaded it to see what it’s all about…” Here in Canada, we’ve had Pokemon Go (The official version at least) […]
What is wrong with Christianity in North America? Sixteen days ago (when I wrote this) someone walked into a nightclub and shot a whole lot of members of the LGBT community. The outpouring of love and support that came immediately afterwards was refreshing to see, but…
I talk an awful lot about culture and our response to it as believers on this blog. I do it to reach, I hope, an audience of new Christians, non-Christians and people who are looking for perhaps a different kind of Christianity than, perhaps they are used to. I talk a lot about culture, but […]
The local church is the heartbeat of Christianity. After just a simple reading of the book of Acts, most people should easily see that the Christian faith requires Christian community.
A few weeks ago I was honoured to be the guest preacher at another church. As the service ended I realized that in one morning I had seen a great example of unity amongst different churches.
The biggest blessing and curse of my life was growing up in church. There may be a bit of hyperbole there, but there’s a point. I have been going to church nearly every Sunday since before I was born. I was saved… somewhere around the age of three. Needless to say, there has been no […]
I have to admit, I’m kind of a sci-fi nerd. Growing up I loved Star Trek, and when I got to college, I fell in love with Star Wars too. Then a couple years ago I was introduced to Doctor Who and my training was complete. But it’s not just the TV shows I like, […]
I had a conversation with a family member recently, she was talking about the difficulty she was having finding a new rental home for her Girl Guide troop. The problem she was having was that some of the churches she was approaching were asking so much money that the troop couldn’t afford to rent any of […]
A post came across my timeline the other day, then a friend sent it to me and asked my opinion. I must admit, when I read this post about 5 trends millennial Christians need to stop by John Wesley Reid, I was terribly conflicted.