Watching just a few minutes of the Black Friday film footage shows us just how far removed we’ve become from the real reasons for our Christmas celebrations.
When was the last time that you really looked at your city?
Christians not only proclaim that that life, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ is the greatest story and truth ever told, but we all have a speci ...
Regardless of what jobs we do, what positions we hold, what privileges we enjoy, the majority of us want to take those things and translate them into ...
Sunday was an emotionally taxing day. Before delivering the first sermon in a new series looking at exile through the book of Daniel, I started the day, as I do most days, by taking in the news. Over breakfast, I flipped on CNN and watched ...
Service will offer prayers of support for those whose lives are endangered by their jobs, like the men and women of the Niagara Falls Fire Department
Have you ever been blindsided? I’m talking about the kind of event that completely takes you by surprise with enough force that it takes your breath away.
The mystery of Christ needs no detective to solve it
Over the last few months, I’ve been seeking a simpler faith, but when I say a “simpler” faith, I don’t mean a faith without challenges or without a deep theological foundation.
Christian response to recent tragedies requires a genuine commitment to the Great Commission
The church, and all Christians, most stop defining itself, and ourselves, by the things we are against, and be more known for the things that we are for: Grace, faith, hope and love
OPINION BRAD PETERS/A Matter of Faith I recently attended our denominational annual meeting, and between the business meeting aspect of the conference and the many wonderful, challenging workshops, I took ...
It’s hard to imagine a more divisive figure in Canadian history than Henry Morgentaler. His recent death, at the age of 90, has many talking about abortion again.
Once again, the headlines of our papers scream out the alleged shortcomings of our politicians and leaders.
Have you ever been to a sweatshop? Me neither, but in the weeks after the Bangladesh building collapse where at least 657 people died, I’m forced to admit that I’m part of the reason that they exist.
Three different tragedies in the last few weeks have left hundreds dead, thousands injured and an indelible scar on the collective consciousness of the world.