Category Archives: Heritage

Running with Endurance

Even though the Heritage campus is closed, our school is still open.  Students are working hard to finish their courses.  But now instead of being in class, they are online. Over the past week, I’ve been part of several Zoom … Continue reading

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Make the Most of Your Time

In the midst of this pandemic, I’ve heard from a number of students who are feeling disoriented and out of sync.  Like many others, they find themselves stuck at home.  Rhythms and routines are gone. Welcome to life in limbo. … Continue reading

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Divine Detours

It’s a strange feeling to preach to an empty room, but that’s the experience many pastors are having these days. In recent days, I have recorded a few sermons in virtually empty rooms.  I also wrote a blog post giving … Continue reading

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Pruned

A Master Gardener, an older kindly gentleman, came to prune our apple tree yesterday.  He doesn’t seem to know there is a coronavirus – he’s whistling while he works outside. He mentioned that he had asked advice from a professional … Continue reading

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Still

“Be Still and Know that I am God.  Psalm 46:10 For over a year, one single word has felled me: [1]  Still. As in:  “Be still and know that I am God.”  Over the past year, through a simple brochure … Continue reading

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Praise and Prayer Update (March 12, 2020)

Thank you for praying for us and being part of God’s work in and through Heritage.  Last week I asked to you pray for some teaching opportunities that Linda and I had scheduled:  I preached in Mississauga on Sunday; Linda … Continue reading

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The Preacher and Laziness

The following is a chapter from my book, The Heart of the Preacher. “Must be nice to have a job where you only have to work one day a week.” Like many pastors, I’ve grimaced whenever I’ve heard someone make … Continue reading

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