Is God in a Hurry?

By Phil Callaway | September 8, 2017

Without a doubt, we are a people obsessed with movement. With busyness. As a result, Kenneth Greenspan of New York’s Presbyterian Hospital claims that stress now contributes to 90% of all diseases.

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A Tale of Two Sydneys

By Phil Callaway | August 29, 2017

I love travel stories. The most memorable are those in which something goes badly wrong. I have lost my passport, my luggage, and my lunch on a bumpy flight. But that’s small potatoes compared to the adventures of the unwitting travellers you’re about to meet.

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Who Will Be Jesus?

By Phil Callaway | August 11, 2017

I have been guilty of judging others. Of waggling my finger and wrinkling my forehead. I’ve passed judgement on teens who wear their pants too low. Or grandpas who wear their pants too high.

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By Phil Callaway | August 2, 2017

When my final flight touches down, I have it down to a science. I sit as close to first class as I can. I squeeze past stragglers on the gangway. I walk down the escalator, sometimes two steps at a time

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Whopper Stopper

By Phil Callaway | July 27, 2017

I grew up believing what my brothers told me: that if you touch a toad, you’ll get warts. That drinking coffee stunts your growth. I believed some whoppers about God too. Here are three of them.

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Questions About Cash

By Phil Callaway | July 24, 2017

Today I’ll try to answer three questions that have come across my desk relating to money and giving.

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Epic Fail

By Phil Callaway | July 7, 2017

I hope you haven’t flushed anything that sunk a submarine. But we’ve all failed at some point, haven’t we? Here are some of history’s epic fails.

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Oh Canada

By Phil Callaway | June 29, 2017
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On July 1st, Canada turns 150 years young. Laugh Again is heard in many countries, but wherever you are today, I think you’ll enjoy taking a little Canadian quiz, eh? Here we go.

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Three Coincidences

By Phil Callaway | June 27, 2017

Recently I found myself on a stage after being introduced by a guy wearing the same brand and colour of shirt I was wearing. But that’s nothing compared to the three crazy coincidences you’re about to hear.

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Six Things I Used to Hate About You

By Phil Callaway | June 20, 2017

Early in our marriage, things weren’t going well. My wife irritated me. I wanted to follow Martin Luther’s example and nail a list of irritations to the bathroom door.

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