Grey Cup Champ and former Edmonton Eskimos wide receiver, Nate Coehoorn, shares an emotional reflection on life, faith, and the birth of his daughter.
In Acts 21, Paul faces an insane living zombie horde who literally try to rip him limb from limb.
This week's story is from author and blogger Sarah Bessey, who joins Melinda Estabrooks to talk about making peace with an evolving faith.
In our reading today, we'll look at when this question was first asked. Then we'll explore some of the most compelling answers as well.
On this episode of Sincerely Yours, let's see if we can answer this vital question: What do we you expect from Jesus?
"You don't need to leave your home, your street... Your ministry is where [God] has planted you to live, work, play, and enjoy life."
If your life is feeling a little stormy right now, remember one thing. It’s only as the storm rages… that we realize the strength of the anchor.
Personal history. We all have one. And those we meet in today’s reading experienced a personal history… with the Son of God Himself.
We may think we’re good people, but, if we were really honest with ourselves, we have to admit that our list of transgressions is not a short one.
It’s in Luke chapter 7 that we encounter a question of supreme importance.
If God’s Spirit is alive in us, not only will our actions show it, but perhaps more importantly, so will our reactions.
This week we are wikiing God with Melinda Estabrooks, a longtime personality in media and television, speaker, and the host of Your Story with Melinda.
Using the basic example of a tree producing fruit, Jesus drives home our need to start on the inside in order to see results on the outside.
In Acts 20:13-38, Paul says his final goodbyes before heading off to face his fate in Jerusalem.
Be kind to those who hurt you. That’s a pretty tall order, and one that Jesus knew was humanly impossible.
What decisions are you facing today? Big or small, they can often weigh heavy on our minds. Even Jesus faced some pretty tough decisions in His time.
An atheist journalist who looked to disprove his wife’s Christian faith, Lee Strobel describes why it took more faith to maintain his atheism and the key point...
A parable involving two men with sacks for their thoughts. One is burdened by their weight, while the other lifted by their buoyancy.
The story of Jesus’ resurrection is central to Christianity but few people are aware that there are powerful historical reasons for believing in it.
The changing of the seasons brings new life all around us, but beautiful summer weather doesn’t last forever.
This week, we wiki God with Anne Woolger, founder of Matthew House Toronto, a home for refugees and displaced people who find themselves in Toronto.
In a personal relationship with God, there’s so much more if you’ll only hear His words and obey His call… to go deeper.
In Acts 20:1-12, Paul was saying a very long goodbye and a kid got so bored and tired that he fell out the window and died. Then some other stuff happened.
Many of us feel like we should be hidden from society, scared to reveal who we really are to the people around us.
In Acts 19:21-41, a protest against Jesus and Paul spirals into a big stupid riot in Ephesus. This raises questions about modern day protesting.
Do you have a monopoly on the Holy Spirit, or does the Holy Spirit have a monopoly of you?
A longtime anti-poverty advocate and founder of The Salvation Army Gateway men's shelter and Causeway. This week, we are wikiing God with Dion Oxford.
There are times in life when we set out on a journey, certain we’ve been led there by the Spirit of God Himself, but wind up feeling lost and alone.
Wth help from Richard Dawkins of all people — Andy Bannister explores why life can’t have meaning without God.
The way we perceive the messaging around us is critical in mapping out the course before us.