Repent and Go

A bit of self-disclosure: if I had grown up during the nineties or later, I would likely have been diagnosed with ADD and probably be on the Asperger’s spectrum, or as my wife affectionately calls me, “a bit Aspy”. To this day, I still find it difficult to concentrate on things I’m not interested in (work, taxes, emotions), and find it hard to not block everything and everyone out when I am interested in something (theology, history, science).


Could, Would, Should

Education and Parenting through COVID-19: Navigating the Coulds, Woulds and Shoulds.

I am a parent and an educator. Many of my friends are also parents and/or educators. This has not escaped the algorithms of social media – so I get a steady stream of posts, stories, webinar offers, online courses and lengthy commentaries about how we could, would and should be managing our children’s education during this time.

If those weren’t enough to navigate…


Connection Matters

I teach Grade One and Two and I miss my students. I was already a little sad about just being away from them for a whole two weeks at Spring Break! I was not prepared to walk away from the classroom altogether. As it became obvious that school wasn’t coming back in session, I approached teaching online with as much strategic thought and enthusiasm as I could find.


Coronavirus and End Times Anxiety

I don’t know about you, but my Facebook feed has recently been flooded with stuff about prophecy and the beginning of the Great Tribulation as recorded in the book of Revelation. Even though there’s still much debate about how much or which prophecies have been fulfilled, the general theme right now is that we are literally in the very end times, and coronavirus is some kind of harbinger.


Finding Joy in Suffering

“Count it all joy, my brothers, when you meet trials of various kinds, for you know that the testing of your faith produces steadfastness. And let steadfastness have its full effect, that you may be perfect and complete, lacking in nothing.”  James 1:2-4
Let’s admit that suffering is hard. It’s not fun, and it even seems absurd to try and have joy


Yes I Will

Sometimes I don’t want to do the things I want to do. Do you ever feel like that?

I want to stick to a schedule during social distancing. I want to be patient with my family. I want to gently lead them into prayer, worship and activities that will help everyone keep the right attitude. I want to serve God and put other people first. I want to serve Him even when it is hard. But sometimes I don’t want to do what I want to do.


Devotions Are An Act of War

What are devotions? 

Just a term that Christians useto talk about prayer, Bible study and often also singing worship songs. They can be done on your own or with a very small group.

Why are they an act of war?
We are fighting an invisible battle.