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World Refugee Day

Posted June 17th, 2016 - Read Article - 2 Comments - Leave a Response

June 20th is World Refugee Day. Sorry for the late notice, but we’ve wonderfully busy with refugees. In case you’re busy too, here’s the bottom line of this article – between Sundays June 19 and 26, try to privately and corporately do this: • Remember… Read More »


Monday Monday

Posted May 9th, 2016 - Read Article - No Comments - Leave a Response

Monday Monday . . . I don’t know how many of you are familiar with this iconic Momas and Papas song, but it starts with such promise and hope with the opening verse: “Monday Monday, so good to me. Monday Morning, it was all I… Read More »


Five Years Later

Posted March 15th, 2016 - Read Article - 1 Comment - Leave a Response

Five years ago today the Syrian civil war began. It continues to ravage lives and communities in Syria today. Much of the entire world has felt the effects of this war particularly as millions are displaced internally and millions more seek refuge in welcoming nations…. Read More »


Bonus Day

Posted February 29th, 2016 - Read Article - 1 Comment - Leave a Response

Every four years we get an extra day in our calendar year. Today is that day – February 29th. Leap Year! It’s an odd thing when you think about it. An extra day. But there is some good science around it. Basically it takes 365… Read More »


Missing the Point

Posted February 8th, 2016 - Read Article - 3 Comments - Leave a Response

I hate Facebook. Well that’s not exactly true. Let me try again. I dislike Facebook. Well that’s closer, but I’m still not comfortable with that either. Let me try one more time. I think Facebook is like the church of Laodicea (Rev. 3:14-16): lukewarm; neither… Read More »


Unless A Seed Falls

Posted January 13th, 2016 - Read Article - 1 Comment - Leave a Response

The incarnation and crucifixion teach a crucial lesson: we must become small. Especially as we sponsor refugees. As hosts, we’re tempted to see ourselves as big Daddy Warbucks and sponsored families as little orphan Annie. “We’re rich. They’re poor.” Wise hosts, however, welcome and create… Read More »


Christmas Crossroads

Posted December 18th, 2015 - Read Article - 4 Comments - Leave a Response

The Paris and San Bernardino killings coupled with desperate Muslim refugees in need of hospitality have brought many disciples of Jesus to a crossroads. Radical commands like: love your neighbour, love your enemy, do good to those who hate you, show hospitality to strangers (and… Read More »


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