We admire those willing to die for what they believe, and we pay attention to the last words of those we admire. The book, Martyrs Mirror, consists primarily of final messages from Christians in jail, joyfully waiting to die for their… Read More ›
Members of the Fort Assiniboine volunteer fire department planned to sit together at the celebration of life for Fred Bradley, who had faithfully served together with them for many years. But as Topland Community Hall filled to capacity, they gave up… Read More ›
Yesterday I treated myself to an artist date at The Reach in Abbotsford with an artist tour and talk by Canadian painter Takao Tanabe. The paintings on exhibit spanned his artistic interests in abstract impressionism and traditional sumi-e, acrylic and water… Read More ›
Last week I took part in my first-ever Google Hangout — #MennoNerds on Race, Mutuality, and Anabaptist Community. In this post I share the video of our conversation, offer some further reflections, and outline some practices toward racial reconciliation.
When I was a student at Regent College, I took Systematic Theology with Dr. J.I. Packer. In this video trailer for Weakness is the Way: Life with Christ Our Strength, his voice is as I remember it, with the same British accent and the same precise way of speaking. His example of facing weakness with dignity and humility is inspiring.
A guest post by Pam Thorson, a licensed practical nurse, author, speaker, and full-time caregiver. Her newest book is Out from the Shadows: 31 Devotions for the Weary Caregiver.
“Clash: Conflict and Its Consequences” is an excellent exhibit of photographs that raises important questions of conflict, identity, witness, and how we remember. This post includes a poetic reflection and video overview.
My book review of Disunity in Christ: Uncovering the Hidden Forces That Keep Us Apart by Christena Cleveland, with a video by the author.