Date Published: Thursday, January 4, 2018
The holiday season can be a time of great joy with festive parties, gift giving, feasting, and gatherings of family and friends. Ironically for the same reasons, it can also be a time of stress, anxiety, and loneliness. For those who struggle with mental illness--and for those who love them--the holidays can be a season to dread and to endure.
For the Christian, hope and help can be both sought and found in the pages of Scripture, says Wycliffe Professor of Historical Theology, Ephraim Radner for, "Scripture knows about mental illness and its anguish."
Date Published: Wednesday, December 6, 2017
Giving Tuesday. It is the day on the calendar that follows Black Friday and Cyber Monday. In the world of social media, it is useful for refocussing thoughts from the acquisition of "stuff" to giving out of our resources. Widely considered the day that "kicks off" the season of giving, it is intended to encourage people to give to their favourite charities and non-profit organizations.
Date Published: Tuesday, November 28, 2017
Marion Taylor speaks on relativism and the consequences of holding this philosophical view using Judges 19:1-30 as her text.
This is the opening sermon on the Thursday series, "Idols of our time". Using Jeremiah's outrage about Israel's idolatry John speaks on how we are to view idolatry.