God can use anyone, from anywhere, to do anything. Perhaps you hear this statement and think to yourself, “Leaders may be everywhere, but I’m not one of them!” If this is your reply, then I’d have to disagree with you. In your community, you likely have teachers and administrators, politicians and chairpersons, managers and journeymen, […]
What I’ve learned this year. It left as quick as it came; another season of camp ministry. This morning, as I leave my post as Camp Director and step back into my pastoral role, it’s time to reflect a bit on the past month of ministry. As I reflect, numerous thoughts and memories flood my mind. And […]
It’s harvest time again. This is the time of year when I leave you for a while. My blogging has slowed to a halt, but not because I’m on summer vacation. No, it’s because my ministry is about to kick into overdrive. Such is the life of camp ministry. You see, camp ministry has seasons, much like a […]
Experiencing God In 2015 Our interim pastor, Dan Chapman continued his preaching series: “Developing Healthy Believers to Build Up the Body of Christ, Enabling It to Be On Mission” (Click HERE to listen to the sermon audio or download our podcast.) This week, we’re getting back to a staple for the Christian life; the Psalms. In particular, Psalm […]
Sometimes We Lose Our Way As Believers, when we first hear God’s call to do or be something more significant, it feels so right. More times than not, a call from God is selfless and centred on eternal perspectives. Sure, looking down the road, the calling is always a little foggy, but we know the destination is there in […]
The Mission of the Church is the Mission of Every Believer Summer is a busy time for me. I’m entering into an exciting ministry season. Part of my role is to serve as Camp Director at our Bible Camp (www.MarshLakeBibleCamp.com). If you’re in the Yukon, Alaska or Northern BC; we’d love to have you with us […]
Studying Paul’s Letter to Titus This past Sunday was our last message from Titus. Our church has been working through this small, yet powerful book for the past 6 weeks. It has been rich in theology, but also rich in applicable take-home instruction. Feel free to download our podcast or bookmark this sermon series at whbc.ca/sermons.
Studying Paul’s Letter to Titus In a society that no longer (and rightfully so) sees slavery as an acceptable endeavour, how do we glean from passages of Scripture that reference slavery? How do we benefit from instructions to slaves? Well, today we’ll see how Paul’s instruction to slaves builds character in the workplace.
Studying Paul’s Letter to Titus Gender roles are becoming an increasingly touchy subject. In Western culture, political correctness has silenced many traditional values that defined a man or woman’s role within marriage, family, work, etc. But is our political correctness also preventing mentorship? Is political correctness preventing mentorship? Is our political correctness preventing older men and women, from […]