In this post, I talk about one mental exercise that is often the hurdle to moving forward out of the darkness. The hurdle is natural, and even promoted by the world around us, yet is a contributing factor to people feeling stuck.Read More
I once served on a church planting committee for a large denomination. As a group, we were responsible for interviewing potential planters and gauging whether they would be able to successfully start a new congregation. We had a myriad of assessment tools that we used but one in particular stood out. It dealt specifically with…Read More
I currently work with International students at the University of Calgary and with Undergraduate students at Olds college in Olds, AB, and have been co-directing an InterVarsity ministry internship this year. Please read on for a bunch of reasons this has been one of the most rewarding years of my 16 years with InterVarsity… Community…Read More
Update from Rob and Kathryn Fleming on their return to Canada from Japan.Read More
Relationships can be difficult, especially if you’re involved with people who do not necessarily bring out the best in you.
Regardless, there is one type of person who can make all the difference in the world. If they possess this one quality, they can help you manage the world in ways you could never on your own. In fact, I believe these people are the most valuable to have in your life. Without them, life can be more drudgery than joy.