Monthly Archives: July 2014

Where is the Trinity Seen in Scripture?

*Note: The following article is an adaptation of a sermon I preached at Bible Fellowship Church answering the question, “How do we better understand the ‘Godhead’?” ————————————————————– The fundamental question of life is, Who is God? Some might argue that the fundamental question of life is What is the meaning of life? but to ask that […]

Read More

10 Questions to Ask Before You Get That Tattoo

Tattoos are really trendy these days. It seems like just about everyone is getting them, Christians included. Among young people, tattoos have become a common and accepted form of self-expression – something that was unthinkable in my grandparent’s generation. Biblically, Christians have the freedom to get tattoos. The only place tattoos are expressly forbidden in […]

Read More

How Should Christian Parents Talk to Their Kids About Sex Before Marriage?

It’s a question that every Jesus-loving parent must grapple with: How should I talk to my kids about sex before marriage? It’s a tough question not only because of the sensitivity of the issue, but because of the evolving complexities of today’s changing society. Many parents feel unequipped to handle this task, and understandably so. […]

Read More

Leadership is About Doing Something

What does it mean to be a leader? This is a broad question that could be answered in many ways. Leadership is about responsibility. Leadership is about influencing others. Leadership is about envisioning the future. Leadership is about serving. You could say any of these and be correct. That is one of the beautiful things […]

Read More

When God Feels Distant

Let me give you a little inside information about God. He likes to watch….He’s an absentee landlord!  – John Milton (The Devil’s Advocate) Many people feel as if God is an “absentee landlord”. That is, they believe that he exists, and that he created the universe, but also that he is off in the far […]

Read More

“I came from God”

It boggles my mind how many people see Jesus as merely a historical, religious figure who taught people not to judge and to love thy neighbour. To be sure, Jesus is a historical, religious figure, and he did teach about judging others and loving others. But if that is all you think of when you think […]

Read More