Worth It?

Last week over 700 teens and 150 volunteers from across Canada descended upon Kamloops. BC for the Canadian Lutheran Anglican Youth Gathering. The conference happens every two years in select cities across Canada and seeks to create an atmosphere where teens can encounter God, realize and develop their gifts, and build community with other Christians. […]

It’s Time To Yoke Up

I have to confess, the term “yoke” always mystified me as a kid. My mind immediately jumped to an image of an egg. Which lead to the even more troubling image of Christ cracking an egg over my head saying, “Take my yolk upon you”But, to understand this allusion, we’ve got to understand the metaphor. […]

The Kingdom Of God | In Our Midst.

Our gospel today falls right smack dab in the middle of the last supper. And unlike Matthew, Mark, and Luke, John spends a decent amount of time here. In fact, he spends more time recounting these moments, than he does on the crucifixion. For at this moment, in the midst of the intimate Passover meal, […]

God Speaks Through Difference

Acts 6:7-12,  7:1-2, 51-58    As we continue our way through Acts, we’re starting to understand the story of the early Christians better. News of Jesus’ death and resurrection was spreading. But, the good news wasn’t good news for all. It was bad news for anyone in power, for anyone who abuses the weak and it […]

To the person who stole my wallet…

To the person who stole my wallet and the cash inside it: Firstly, thank you for leaving my wallet in a place I could find it, with all my cards and ID’s. You have no idea how frustrating it is to replace all those. Secondly, This morning you devastated me and I spent a significant […]

Where’s Is Your Treasure?

Luke 12:15-21, Mark 10:17-25 I was sitting in a room of other youth leaders at a conference this weekend. We were dreaming about the kinds of youth ministries we could start with an unlimited amount of resources and funding. As you can imagine the ideas were huge: “We could build a gym!” one person would say. […]

Re-thinking Student Internships

Many of us cringe at the mention of the word “internship” because it reminds us of a time in our life where we entered the labor force with the promise of no money, great experience, and excellent references; when in fact the position only required that we could sit still, listen, and memorize coffee orders. […]

(Colossians 3:1-11, Luke 12:13-21)

When I cook. I don’t follow recipes. I put anything and everything I deem as necessary in the pot. Open up the spice drawer and let the spirit guide you and you’re dish will become and explosion of flavour that dances on your taste buds. I found that today’s epistle (Colossians 3:1-11) reminded me a […]