Category: Bible

Living a Spiritual Life in the Midst of the Daily Hustle

If you’re like me – a result-oriented person and lover of ticking off that task that’s been scheduled in my bullet journal – then you’re likely to understand this tension. It’s the tension of there is lots to do today AND I need to…

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…

“Be The Kind of Leader You Want to Follow”

I love this quote: Be the kind of leader you want to follow. What kind of leader do you want to be? That’s an important question, don’t you think? This question, when faced with it this morning, reminded me of the following: Good leaders…

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…

God’s in the Waiting

Be still my soul,  God is in the waiting. He’s present, patient, working. Sometimes I see Holy Spirit at work, others times I don’t – but I know God is always at work. From ages past no one has heard, no ear has perceived,…

Your Special Work, Are You Doing It?

There are a lot of things to value about a faith-based graduate study journey, and there is one that I am particularly thankful for this week: time allotted to simply hearing and reflecting on the Word of God. That’s where the inspiration for today’s…

Lean In To the More That God Has, It Comes Through Pruning.

As I have been preparing for our upcoming LEAD Women event on January 22nd, I have been reflecting a lot on the idea of pruning and how we’re often stuck in life because we are not comfortable with endings or don’t know how to…

Living Worthy of the Call & Making Every Effort to Maintain Unity of the Spirit

Unity of the Spirit in the bond of peace is a biblical imperative, and learning from the dialogue of others can strengthen our common witness. Paul, in his letter to the Ephesians, begs us to live a life worthy of the calling. So, how are we doing?

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…

Sacred Rhythms: Queen’s House, Room #19

Do you have yearly rhythms that you try to stick to because you know they’re good for you? If so, pause for a moment and ask yourself if you’ve stuck to the commitments you made to yourself – the ones like getting enough rest,…

Richard Schick – To Live is Christ, To Die is Gain (Phil 2:21).

“I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race, and I have remained faithful. And now the prize awaits me—the crown of righteousness, which the Lord, the righteous Judge, will give me on the day of his return. And the prize is…

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…

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