Category: Bible Study

Seriously, Can We Aim Our Slings in the Right Direction, Please?

As Christians, we know that we’re in a battle. We know that we’re genuinely interested in advancing God’s Kingdom and God’s love, grace, and truth here on earth. And we ought to know that how we do that matters. Thus, we out to know…

‘You’re Destined for Great Things’, What It’s Not

Perhaps like me you’ve been told “You’re Destined for Great Things” and you’ve struggled to know what that means. Today’s blog is a short reflection on what that phrase doesn’t mean. And I’m sharing it with you today because I felt God’s Spirit this…

The Undistracted Martha

An important story with important truths is found in Luke 10: 38-42. I’ll include it below so you also can read and glean from it. Luke 10:38–42 (NLT): Jesus Visits Martha and Mary 38 As Jesus and the disciples continued on their way to…

Like Lambs Among Wolves

This morning, the devotional journal I am working my way through led me to Luke 10:1-16. What a powerful passage! I’d encourage you to go an read it, taking time after to prayerfully reflect and journal. I wrote these words in my digital bullet…

Don’t Be Shady: You Were Meant to Shine

I preached today here in Saskatoon at my home church, Westside Pentecostal. (The sermon can be found online here in the coming week.) And it was a timely word, a word worth turning into a blog post. And here’s why I think it’s worth…

Who may ascend the mountain of the Lord? Reflections on Psalm 24

What a glorious long weekend it was here in Saskatoon, SK. I got to be home on my farm, spend time with my hubby and the kids that were around, write my research proposal for my major research project required to successfully complete a…

Into Your Hands Jesus, I Commit My Life

My journal entry from today’s devotions. It was with a fierce determination that you entered this day, the day we call Good Friday, over 2000 years ago. I love you too Jesus. I can’t imagine, not really, what that day must have been like…

Love Lived Out Matters – Lessons From Philemon

Earlier this month I had the privilege of teaching a group of Grade 10 students at Saskatoon Christian School the Inductive Study Method. (More information about that method can be found here.) It was my third year being asked and the last two years…

No we don’t, Lord. How do we?

One of the ways that I try and get my kids reading and listening to the gospel message is by having us read a chapter of the Bible as we drive to school in the morning. And because I have found myself for the…

Jude, “Certain People” & The Beloved

I had the opportunity this year to teach a couple of Grade 10 classes the Inductive Study Method – it was a compliment to what their teacher (amazing woman!) was already teaching them. And after wrestling with what text to use, I settled on…

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