Category Archives for Reflections on Life
The job of a hockey official is not always easy – especially during the Stanley Cup playoffs which we are currently missing. One of the more challenging aspects is keeping the peace between opposing players who get a bit hot … Continue reading
Stay safe. It’s become one of the dominant messages in the COVID-19 era. But how, exactly, do we stay safe? How do we protect ourselves? Before we can really answer that question, we need to ask another question. From what … Continue reading
Deliver us from evil. In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, Canadians are in shock because of the recent tragic sequence of events in Nova Scotia in which twenty-two victims lost their lives to a crazed gunman. There are many … Continue reading
All things. Yes, I did mean all things. All things work together for good. All things? Everything? Yes, all things. That’s what it says. Romans 8:28. You know the verse. Even COVID-19? Lord, surely you couldn’t mean that. Yes, yes … Continue reading
Money. In our world, we all need it, and can’t live without it. We use money to purchase many of our daily needs. In fact, the economic impact of the COVID-19 crisis is one of the big concerns that … Continue reading
The other day I was working out on my exercise bike. When I’m on my bike, I set a goal, and I try to push myself and fight the temptation to quit. I was getting winded, and so I asked … Continue reading
Child of God, Abba is pleased when you do well, but He is not impressed with your pride in your abilities or accomplishments. Every ability is a gift from Him. He delights in humility. This is what attracts His favour.
Thoughts from David Kitz on one of my favourite psalms.
The stimulus for this post is the Bell Let’s Talk campaign which is intended to encourage people to talk about mental health. When I was a young pastor I battled depression, although I wouldn’t have had the words to describe … Continue reading