Dr. Charles Wesley Knight is one of my favourite preachers by far. Each of his sermons are gold. This is one of the first sermons I’ve ever heard from him (and, of course, one of my favourites): More sermons can be found here. Continue reading “Things We Lost in the Fire” — Pastor Charles Wesley Knight
“What do you know for sure?” If someone asked you this question, how would you answer? Film critic Gene Siskel once asked Oprah, “What do you know for sure?” which sparked her acclaimed “What I Know For Sure” column in O, The Oprah Magazine and subsequent book of the same title. She said the question offered … Continue reading What I Know for Sure: 50 Lessons Life Has Taught Me (Part I)
Is Jesus really who He says He is? Can He really be trusted? Does Jesus care? Continue reading Does Jesus Care?
An excellent piece on Mark, men and miscarriages. Miscarriages affect the father too…although it’s not socially or commonly recognized. Continue reading More Men Need to Talk About Miscarriage
“Don’t change your body; change the rules.” — Jennifer Portnick Assumptions, stereotypes, stigmatizations and concomitant discrimination with regards to health and appearance abound, not only in the medical community, but in society at large, and especially within the employment context. Appearance discrimination is pervasive. Twenty-five per cent of obese employees say they regularly suffered negative … Continue reading The Problems With Current Legal Protection Against Appearance-Based Discrimination