Euthanasia & Cannabis Info

Election/Euthanasia and Cannabis: This link will take you to a YouTube video of a recorded talk I completed on this subject. You can also download a PDF of the manuscript for there here. You can also download an MP3 which includes If you are not already familiar with this website and resource, I highly recommend it.It is not overtly Christian… Read more →

Covid-19 Prayer Requests

It is our desire to be a praying people and a praying church at all times. At this time it might be prudent to keep particular prayer requests in mind for our church family and community. This list will be “generic” – particular names will not be given as this is public, more like categories to help stir thought and… Read more →

Celebrating Advent as a Family

We started following a modified approach to Advent Readings as a family several years ago. We basically start on December 1st rather than the traditional “4th Sunday before Christmas.” You can download this as a PDF here. Another helpful idea we are thinking to use this year is called Journey to the Manger: Kid’s Puzzles and can be found online as… Read more →

The Church (Called and Collected) – Hip-Hop Teaches Us About the Beautiful Church

It may not be your preferred genre, and it is certainly not Congregational, yet the folks at Lamp Mode Recordings have done us a favour by providing some solid teaching on the church in this album. The Church: Called and Collected Words from Thabiti Anyabwile on this album [youtube=]   [youtube=]   [youtube=]   [youtube=] Read more →

A Constituted Church

In God’s kindness we formally “constituted” as a church this past Sunday (02 November 2014). What, on earth, does it mean to “constitute” as a church? If you grab your concordance or your electronic, searchable Bible you will search in vain to find the term “constitute” in your New Testament! To constitute as a church is not a Biblical mandate.… Read more →

Church Planting with a Hymnal

It will be no surprise to anyone who knows me, I love hymns. I can’t sing in tune and I can’t read music, but I love the rich historical truths communicated in great hymns and I love the historical connection hymns make for us with Christians of the past. (I know, in some circles this is now cool. I’m not… Read more →