Who We Are

Who We Are

As the start of the winter semester at Regent is upon me, I’ve been reflecting on the last six months and the changing season this has been for the family and I. There’s lots that could be said – we’ve felt the calling to the new and scary,...

Marriage, Divorce and a Christ like attitude

I had two articles emailed to me a few months back and have been meaning to put a blog together about them since. Both were articles that have since been widely read and debated. The first appeared in Christianity Today and was by David Instone-Brewer. Give it a read....

Goodbye Generation – David Sawler

This is going to have to be one of the last books I read on “dropoutism” in the north American church today. By now I’ve read 4 or 5, though it feels like more than that. I chose to read this one because it’s a Canadian perspective on the...

Kingdom Come – Allen Wakabayashi

This was actually my second time through this book. I read it once in Briercrest days for a class called something like Evangelism and Discipleship or Missional Evangelism or something like that. While I remember thinking fondly of the book a few years ago when I read...

Living Lego

I preached my first (half) sermon a few weeks ago. I thought I’d post the link in case anyone wanted to hear it. You can listen to and download it here. It was the last week of O2, the young adults service here at Efree, and Steve Bateman and I each preached...