A short reflection on the meaning of Advent.

Even though she does not fully grasp the message of the angel, Mary teaches the lesson of an active faith that readily submits to God’s will.

Worship both as an individual and as a corporate act. That is to say, worship is both something we do when we gather here and something we do as we…

Thanksgiving is not a season but a way of life where the believer/worshipper always looks back on the many ways God blesses, rescues and provides. The only appropriate response is…

Could it be that part of the reason for the frenetic pace of our lives stems from F.O.M.O? (The Fear of Missing Out) The Psalmist invites the believer to rest…

We are what we study and take in. Thomas Cranmer famously said: “What the heart loves, the will chooses, and the mind justifies. The mind doesn’t direct the will. The…

Knowing the frailty of this life and that all we possess is temporary, frees us to strive for things that are lasting. This mindset is the prelude to freedom and…

Putting God first in all things is possible when we remember that God enabled us to have those things.

Generosity fueled by grace has a powerful impact. It affects the giver, it reflects the sacrifice of Christ, and it also affects the recipients. These are the essential arguments Paul…

Generosity and giving is both a ministry (2 Cor. 9:1), and an act of joy and thanks to God. Paul is not forcing the Corinthian Christians to give, rather he…

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