I spent the summer when I was 18 as a camp counsellor. I had a group of four of us–two guys, and two girls–who hung out in the evenings when the kids were in bed (others were supervising!) and who did a lot of the games and music together. We were good... Sometimes the things we believe about God can actually make Him seem quite distant. One of those is our beliefs about how God sees sin. When we think that all sins are equal, we can actually make God seem really heartless. Last week I posted an article that went... There is very little abuse in the church. Hold on a second, I’m sure you’re all saying. Of course there is! But, no, I would argue. There isn’t. Because the true church is the body of Christ–a place where those who follow Jesus meet together... Do you struggle with guilt because you’re not doing enough? People are upset at you? You should be a better friend? I certainly do. And last night I had a bit of a breakthrough as to the root of the problem. It all started with a bit of a journey I took on the... How do you handle a parents’ divorce–when you’re an adult? We often think of the effects of divorce on children. But divorce affects adult children, too. It’s Wednesday, the day when we always talk marriage, and lately I’ve had a number... In my life, grief and gifts have often come hand in hand. On Monday it will be 21 years since my son Christopher passed away, and this time of year I always like to think about him and honour him a bit on this blog. But when I remember him, it’s not just with...