Monthly Archives: May 2012

Ready to Rumble (adapted from my Sermon from May 20th, 2012)

Baptists insist that we are not liturgical. We don’t don much in the church calendar usually. We mark Christmas and Easter, Advent, Lent. Sometime Pentecost (next Sunday by the way). Ascension was Thursday. How many of us did some observance … Continue reading

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On Justice

Southern Ontario is today dealing with some tough stuff. Sentencing for Michael Rafferty, who was found guilty of kidnapping, assaulting and murdering 8 year Victoria (Tori) Stafford in 2009, happened today in London, ON. When the guilty verdict came in … Continue reading

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Music and Stuff

I’m always on the lookout for new and exciting music. This can at times be an expesive endeavour. I have a 160 GB ipod, which still has lots of space left, but I’m doing pretty good at accumulating a prolific … Continue reading

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Life, brokenness and grace

Tomorrow would be three weeks since my last post. Yes, I’ve been AWOL from the blogosphere. I hope any readers I have left will forgive that. It’s be a busy time for me as┬áCommunity Outreach Pastor, and for this Church … Continue reading

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