In every encounter, Jesus had a goal. In John 17:26, Jesus prays to His Father, “I made known to them your name, and I will continue to make it known, that the love with which you have loved me may be ...Read more
2017 marks the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation. In this one-week series Dr. John Neufeld will examine one of the great and important divisions of the Christian faith – what it is and why it happened.
I was watching a football game when a drug commercial flashed across the screen. Most of the ad was spent listing the side effects. I heard the first part: “May cause drowsiness, dizziness, amnesia an ...Read more
God is more glorified when we thankfully receive from Him than when we bring offerings to Him. This came to me as I was reading Psalm 50. It’s a psalm of Asaph in which he talks about thanksgiving and ...Read more
Happy Thanksgiving Day. It’s that time when we crowd around full tables with empty stomachs, eat our weight in turkey, then try to stand up. At some point someone may crack a turkey joke. “How many co ...Read more
I become easily intrigued and fascinated when it comes to apologetic arguments. Whenever I listen to or watch apologists, I often think, “Wow! I definitely didn’t know that!” For the Christian, apolog ...Read more
Many of us in Canada do not remember the “Quiet Revolution” in Quebec. It was a time of rapid social and cultural change which radically reduced the size and the influence of the Catholic church in th ...Read more
I wouldn’t stay employed long if I were one of the operators on the Butterball Turkey hotline. If you haven’t heard of it, this is an actual call-in service for people who need advice when preparing t ...Read more