Todd Doherty, Tracy Calogheros, and candidates-not-yet-announced. Thank you for being willing to step up and play a significant leadership role in our local communities and…View More Election 2015 Conversation – Open Invitation
Let’s face it, Christians can be jerks. But so can atheists, plumbers, loggers, gay men, straight women, seniors, tv hosts, and even obstacle race runners.…View More A Few Thoughts about Jesus, Sexuality & Marriage
Day 13 of #DailyMark. Wow, as I watch the news and read Mark 13, I can’t help but see some very disturbing parallels. In this…View More Mark 13 – Willing to Pay the Price
I love going to the Prince George Public Library, wandering upstairs, and browsing through the wide variety of suggested books on display. The librarians make…View More Aliens and Evolution – Two Book Reviews
Day 14! Halfway through the #DailyMatthew journey (be sure to read the first posting before you start this series). 🙂 Well, as soon as I…View More Matthew 14 – Courage to Speak
Here I am in Day 5 of my #DailyMatthew journey, and wow, Matthew 5 is a long chapter with a lot to think about! What…View More Matthew 5 – Dying for My Faith
Too bad no one has discovered a “most popular baby names” document from ancient Israel. I bet there would be some interesting ones, including some…View More Matthew 1 – You and I are Broken
During the last part of 2014, I felt myself start to drift away from some of my core leadership (and life) values. That is in…View More Back in Focus | #DailyMatthew
Think of a time when you celebrated someone else’s achievement. Maybe it involved your favourite sports team (the winning goal in the Stanley Cup). Maybe…View More What is Eid al-Adha?
On September 10, 2013, the Quebec government unveiled a proposed Charter of Values, to further their quest for a “neutral state”. As expected, unbridled controversy…View More Quebec Charter of Values: Freedom or Oppression?