Life is an Experiment

Looking Back (1st Third) The world seems to have gotten just a tad more crazy than usual. People, generally, are reacting to events with fear rather than logic. Reminds me of how kids take tests. They cram preparing themselves for what might be, they play oblivious that a test is even coming or they balance [...]

Discipleship=Apprenticeship Only Different

It’s a dirty job but somebody has to do it. This idiom reminds me of the TV show “Dirty Jobs” starring Mike Rowe. I would watch Mike on TV take on some of the nastiest jobs possible. It could be anything from cleaning a sewage tank to getting rid of birds from a high tech [...]

A New Thing

How are you at trying a new thing? I know personally I am the worst at trying anything new. New things can include new foods, new places, new gadgets or even new ways of doing something. It is dangerous to try a new thing. So, why bother? Their are multiple reasons for trying something new. [...]

Church Metaphors (Family/Households of Faith)

Metaphors are an interesting element of language. They provide a way for us to say something with a word image. A word picture often expresses meaning better than just words. Some of my favourite English metaphors include: ground zero, fork in the road, jump the gun, fit as a fiddle, put a sock in it, [...]

Advent: Love Candle

Second Advent Candle: Radical Love When faced with animosity what is our natural response? As kids it was natural to go into flight or fight mode. Even adults have a similar response to those that are antagonistic towards them. It seems natural to return hatred with hatred or try to hide from confrontation. Jesus taught [...]