So Your Church Is A Pokestop
Evangelism Of Our Pagan Kids
Heralds not Harbingers
Fathers’ Day 2016
Fathers' Day is going to be really hard for many people this year.
A couple nights ago, the stars lined up really, really well. My wife's parents took our daughter for the night for a sleep-over, and my wife was away setting up for our daughter's birthday party. That left just me and the boys at home. Once our youngest was in bed, I turned my attention to Eli, middle child, oldest son, it was his turn for bed.
Pulse, and Deafening Silence.
How To: Understand the Gospel
Catholic Ordination And Ecumenism
Fort McMurray Wildfire And God
The Transgendered Target
Dear Right-Wing Christian Brothers and Sisters,
Please forgive me, but it's about time someone calls you out on your nonsense. I've tried to stay out of it. I've wanted to stay out of it! After all, I'm Canadian, and none of this really applies to me; at least not yet. Besides, what can I add to the cacophony of voices already bickering and arguing over Target's decision to allow transgendered people to choose which washroom to use?
Climate Change and Christians
How to: Judge Others
Why I Love My Church (And You Should Love Yours)
Right About Suicide But Wrong About People.
Pride, Parenting, and Prayer.
"Man, the enemy's out in full force today, and you're nowhere to be found!"
Prayers can be funny things. You can compose the floweriest, most doctrinally sound, and poetic piece of intercessory prose and God can answer with an emphatic: "NO." Alternatively, you can yell at your ceiling in sin and God can unilaterally solve your problems. So, like I said, prayer's a funny thing.