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Vulnerable Faith

As many of you know, I am closing in on the final stages of editing for my next book.  The book is called “Vulnerable Faith: Missional Living in the Radical […]

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The Church Jesus Gives Us

For more than a decade, I have had the privilege of sharing life in Winnipeg’s West End, specifically the Spense neighbourhood.  Our area is considered an “inner city” neighbourhood that […]

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The Mourning Before Gladness

This post is almost a decade old, but one that I think about at least once a week.  Miscarriage is very common, yet still not talked about a lot.  And […]

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Feast of St. Francis Reflection

Happy Feast of St. Francis!  The following post is a repost from some time ago.  I hope it is meaningful to you: ____________ If ever there was a time when […]

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The Gospels as Thin Places

Ever since I was a teenager, I have been drawn to Celtic spirituality.  It has been rekindled of late with my writing about St. Patrick for my forthcoming book, “Vulnerable […]

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Why Love Trumps Accountability

Over the summer I have watched a friend’s life torn apart by the fragmentation of his hidden brokenness and the sin it produced.  I saw it tear apart his relationships, […]

The Twelve Convictions Series

In my last post, “Why Our House Church Isn’t A House Church”, I referenced two of our core, foundational convictions as a church.  Several people have since asked what they […]

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Why Our House Church Isn’t A House Church

Over five years ago I helped plant a new worshiping community called Little Flowers Community in Winnipeg’s downtown West End neighbourhood.  Over these past five years we have met every […]

Of Sustainability & Sabbaticals

For the last 20 years I’ve served full-time in ministry with Youth With A Mission (YWAM) Canada.  While I have largely served in Winnipeg, my work has also taking me […]

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Inventing Hell

Few topics are hotter in theological circles than talk about Hell.  (See what I did there?)  For many, their convictions about the existence and nature of Hell are as critical […]

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