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Choosing and Loving - In Big and Small Things

Choosing and Loving - In Big and Small Things

October 29th, 2014

Why is it so difficult to choose to love? This question runs through my mind as my kids fight over who gets the next piggyback ride or the last Oreo®. And, if I was honest, it should run through my mind about myself more often. Especially as I crunch into that last Oreo®. What is the connection between our decisions (our choosing) and our desires (our loving) – from cookies to our most importan[...]

Halloween  Candy

Halloween Candy

October 28th, 2014

Extra Episode 180 with Jeff, Andy, Kyle, Jeremy the intern and Greg topics include: Mother God Halloween / candy Bible study materials Infant baptism Church leadership Creation and evolution [...]

Burnout

Burnout

October 22nd, 2014

Episode 23 with Thaleia and Kristal Topics include: Favourite things about Northview's weekend services Women's Retreat & Women's Missions Trip Burnout [...]

Jeremy Lobdell's goodbye

Jeremy Lobdell's goodbye

October 21st, 2014

Extra Episode 179 with Jeff, Ezra, Jeremy, Andy, Jeremy the intern and Kyle topics include: False teachers / Willow Creek Conference / Leadership summit  Homosexuality The Apostles' Creed Gender discussion / Egalitarian view / Complementarian view Theological unity / Theological clarity Pragmatic movement Dangers of fundamentalism Council of Chalcedon Jeremy Lobdell's goodbye[...]

How Can Rebels Learn to Follow?

How Can Rebels Learn to Follow?

October 21st, 2014

Two years ago, both of my sons’ hockey teams called themselves the “Abbotsford Rebels.” It caused me to think about how our society values rebellion. In most people’s eyes, those who rebel are more interesting than those who go with the flow; they show spirit and gumption and initiative. Rebels are commended for thumbing their noses at authority because those in charge can’t be trusted; leaders a[...]

Discerning What We Read

Discerning What We Read

October 17th, 2014

I love to read. I have always loved to read. Growing up, I read a huge variety of books at every possible opportunity. I read during Sunday sermons (I was allowed until age 12), I could finish 5 or 6 books on our yearly road trip to Manitoba, and I even read while blow drying my hair as a teenager. I read so often on the half hour drive to church that when I turned 16 and started driving our famil[...]