Charlottetown, Dallas, Louisville, Lancaster, New York, Cambridge

We’ve not written much these past few months as we’ve been on the road this summer. From the East Coast to the Deep South—and a number of stops along the way. Here’s a few snapshots from our travels. Charlottetown.   Just…

“Don’t You Know How Busy and Important I am?”

On a recent visit to Ottawa, my daughter showed me a video that made me both laugh and wince. It’s a song by a British singer, Tom Rosenthal, called “Don’t you know how busy and important I am?” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iG9h3KUtaIc Busyness…

How God Leads Those in Ministry (Part 3 of 4)

In the last few posts, I’ve been reflecting on what I’m learning from the book of Acts about how God guides those engaged in ministry. My interest in this subject is theological but not theoretical; I need God’s guidance as…

How God Leads Those in Ministry (Part 2 of 4)

Decisions. Decisions. Decisions. One of the most frequent (and sometimes, fatiguing) aspects of leadership is making decisions. Priority decisions (Which initiative should come first?). Personnel decisions (Who should we ask to oversee this initiative?). Procedure decisions (What is the best…

Graduation 2015: Passing the Torch  

This is graduation week at Heritage and there’s excitement in the air. On Wednesday, students, faculty are staff will celebrate with a trip to the Toronto aquarium and a barbeque dinner. On Friday night, we’ll host a Grad Banquet for…