He’s been compared to Steve Jobs in terms of his ability to make presentations and I highly recommend that you search for “The Gods Aren’t Angry” if you’ve got a couple of evenings free. But in the meantime, if you’re considering a one-off Stewardship Sunday and you need a guest speaker, invite Rob Bell to […]
And if this doesn’t convict you, nothing will: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=axPqFuwoubg
Happy birthday to one of my favourite Christian singer-songwriters, Steven Curtis Chapman. Although he’s produced a lot of GREAT music over the years, Speechless remains my favourite CD of his. From that 1999 album came the song, “The Next Five Minutes” from which we are encouraged to live “the next five minutes / Like these […]
Not wanting to wade into Canada’s federal election, I purposefully saved an interesting opinion piece from The Hamilton Spectator until after the dust settled. In the article, McMaster University labour studies and political science prof, Don Wells opens our eyes to the following: The average pay of Canada’s 100 highest paid CEOs is over $9 […]
Published by The British and Foreign Bible Society, The Poverty and Justice Bible is a practical and engaging reference. In it, God’s words about the poor and God’s ideas on justice are marked with an orange highlighter for easy review. For those with an avid interest in social justice, go to the Book of James. […]
Can you imagine giving away $28 billion and still having another $80 billion in the bank? No, neither can I. Start learning how it’s done (and then please tell me): http://www.forbes.com/profile/bill-gates/
True story: Peter is a good friend and a great guy. A very religious man, I swear he single-handedly keeps Christian bookstores in business buying up bundles of anything he thinks will help people see the light. Married to his soul mate, Peter is a great father, and, by his own admission, an even better […]
Writing this book while at my cottage, I had an epiphany while listening to LeAnn Rime’s “Surrender.” The insights I gleaned that day make up a decent chunk of the print version of chapter ten of LOONIE. So while you’re listening to the beginning of the song (I couldn’t find a complete clip on the […]
My day job has be looking at the ordinary in extraordinary ways. But this, well, it’s just sad. I honestly didn’t stage it, photoshop it or alter it in any way; there’s no way I could make this stuff up.
Great news! For those having a hard time finding LOONIE your search is over. Canada’s biggest bookstore is now carrying LOONIE through its online portal: https://www.chapters.indigo.ca/en-ca/books/loonie-crazy-talk-about-faith/9781551342290-item.html?ikwid=Loonie&ikwsec=Home&ikwidx=1 Hey, maybe if enough people buy it Heather will name Loonie as one of her ‘picks.’ Crazier things have happened, y’know.