What I tweeted the past week.

RePost: What I tweeted the past week. http://bit.ly/2hPbaX # The way to overcome a clinging private sin is to voluntarily remove the veil of secrecy surrounding it. // powerful quote! # watching "canada's worst driver 5" // it cracks me up! # gonna be meeting with my men's ministry catalyst team in about 20 minutes! […]

On Failure

One of the things I’ve observed of organizations (including the church) is that growing and accomplishing things involves taking risk.  Taking risks will inevitably at some point result in failure.  You can’t take risks without accepting the reality that some risk-taking results in falling short of expectations, or missing what you are aiming for. The […]

I Choose to Honour

Well today is Remembrance Day.  War is a terrible thing – certainly there’s reason to argue against the taking up of weapons and nations going to battle.  The cumulative damage that war has brought to our world over history is incredible.  War is certainly the greatest testament to the terrible influence sin has had on […]

A Question on Alcohol

Recently I received an email from someone in our church wondering whether my church had an official stance on drinking alcohol.  I thought I’d post my reply here – well, it’s not the exact reply but you’ll get the gist. As far as I’m aware there is no “official” (i.e. documented) policy or guideline on […]

What I tweeted the past week.

RePost: What I tweeted the past week. http://bit.ly/3RKXFQ # I'm hacking like a person who chain smokes 50 packs a day… dang cold! # "Whoever asks questions will never get lost." – Senegalese Proverb // yeah, but doesn't who you get your answers from matter? # @CircleReader yeah and not the best of quotes to […]

the last word

[photo from slworking2] Do you ever want to get the last word in?  Come on now, be honest!  You’re on your way out the door and you quickly say “good bye” or “see ya later” as you close the door.  Or if you’re on the other side you’ll shout out “yeah, see ya!” as the […]