Monthly Archives: December 2015

There’s Only One Resolution You Need To Make

That time of year is upon us again, the time when we get all sentimental about the year that was and all hopeful about the one that will be. We’re a little older (definitely), a little wiser (maybe), a little fatter (probably), and a little bit more resilient (hopefully). And, for many of us, it’s […]

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Work Boots (A Poem in Honour of My Father)

On October 3rd 2015, my father, Kenneth Martin Edgar, went home to be with the Lord at the age of 64. This is a poem I wrote a few days later in honour of him.   Work boots Dusty, rusty, well-worn There, sitting on the porch Silent, but only after a hard day’s work Every […]

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Short Prayers Are Awesome Too

In his excellent daily devotional Morning and Evening, Charles Spurgeon turns to the story of Jesus walking on water, on his entry dated for January 14th. The story, recorded in Matthew 14:22-33, tells of the 12 disciples crossing the sea in a boat, when they hit a violent windstorm. Jesus comes to them, walking on the water, and […]

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The Positive Impact of Mark Driscoll

There’s no question that Mark Driscoll is a lightning rod for controversy. Currently he is out of formal ministry work, other than running his own website with periodic updates and teaching content. The church he founded, formerly known as Mars Hill Church, has been dissolved for almost one year now. The ministries he led have […]

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