In November 2020 I did something for the very first time. I dropped by the cenotaph in Waverly to pay my respects to the people in my area who paid the ultimate sacrifice. This was something I had fully intended on doing for many years. But never did. I would even drive past it several…
Article is a condensed version on a sermon I preached on the extraordinary Christian faith of Queen Elizabeth.
Labour Day is far more than just a public holiday. I researched this topic for a talk I am doing. I learned so much I decided to write this article to share with my readers…Carl
Honouring a man named Keith Wood. He left a huge impact on my life.
During my weekday mornings when I am doing my crosswalk duties I have a quite a set routine. I am quite “old school” and still wake up with one of those items known as a clock radio, Does anyone remember them? It is set for 6:30 am. with the radio tuned on to the Christian…
Devotional message for the 4the Sunday of Advent leading up to Christmas.
As a lay pastor, I am always struggling how to present Halloween to my congregation. I guess that is why I wrote this article
We are currently at a crossroads in the life at our church at St. Andrews Presbyterian Church, Hillsdale.
Christian reflections for #BurnoutAwarenessDay
One of the more intriguing aspects about the English language is how it is constantly changing. New words are added every year to the Merriam-Webster dictionary. As a lay pastor and blog writer, I really try hard to keep up with these new words so I can be relevant to today’s quickly changing society. This…