No Other Name – an Ottawa-wide conference that takes place on Good Friday every year, where hundreds of youth from all over the city gather to encounter God, and to understand what Christ accomplished on the cross. As the worship team, we had been practicing a solid set list since December. Lots of work and … More When Doubts Drag You Down.
Day after day, I realize that I’m not actually as close to God as I think I am. I’ve been busy worshiping. But it’s not what you think. As the months go on, I realize that I’ve been busy serving my gods of entertainment, pride, vanity, etc. The list goes on. I used to think … More The needy soul.
Soul Care. Two words that stirred up two distinct feelings in my heart: curiosity and skepticism. I’m not one who likes to delve into things that sound “out-there”, “hyper-spiritual” and strange. And “Soul Care” was definitely one of those things. I say “was,” because ever since I started reading Rob Reimer’s book, entitled Soul Care, it … More Soul Care.
Today marks the end of my time at my first job out of University. The feelings are bittersweet. I also don’t love it when it rains and sad things are happening, it somehow makes it harder. My time at Hydro has been nothing but positive, and it has been a time of learning to rest in … More Inside out.
There are often times when we feel like we really have no idea what God’s will is in a given situation. Granted there are choices that He won’t outright tell you what to do. You just need to make a choice, and lean into Him, and part of the decision making process and the “living … More Go.
I wrote this long-winded post back in November, “God of the Mundane“, and since then that truth of God working in the “ordinary” has been a part of me, shaping my every day. I guess you could call this a follow up post, because what got me thinking about it again was Sunday’s sermon. Since writing … More Extraordinary living.