2019 04 07

In many respects the world is moving forward fast paced but rudderless. Our leaders have abdicated the moral right for political gain. This leads to a patch work of policies and uncertain outcomes with a pervasive climate of unrest. Jesus was a true leader, teaching the moral right and the word of God. To acknowledge and thank Jesus for his teachers is as relevant today as those many years ago. Hold Jesus in your heart and live your life in his name.


Based on the readings for the week: Psalm 126; John 12:1-8

2019 03 31

Separation, division, and discrimination are burning embers in society today culminating in flash points and unbridled discord. Racial profiling, stringent immigration policies and negative judgmental views projects a stain. Jesus spoke parables about the lost sheep and the lost son. Clear your eyes and see the vision Jesus was projecting with these parables. Inclusion, not separations or division is the guiding platitude. We are all one in the family of God. Live your life extending a hand to a neighbour in need, consoling the less fortunate and being the rock of Gibraltar for your family. All to the grace of God.


based on this weeks reading: Luke 15:1-3,11b-32.

2019 03 24

Monetary and materialistic gain are on display at an ever increasing pace in our world. To many, the means justifies the end irregardless of moral codes, ethics or legal parameters. A chosen few will receive pardons for their indisgressions. God gave all a free offer of mercy. Welcome Jesus into your heart and accept God’s pardon. Live a life rich with God’s rewards. An inner peace and empathy for others, all to the glory of God.


Based on the weeks reading: Isaiah 55:1-9

2017 03 17

Timing and preparation are paramount in any successful undertaking, whether high stakes international diplomacy or day to day social interactions. So often unintended consequences derail will meaning yet ill prepared endeavors. Jesus ministry was a walk in time and preparation to gain the hearts of the masses, through word and deed. He lamented his delay in his ministry to Jerusalem, but much yet had to be accomplished. Hindsight focuses reality to his truth., live your life to his truth.


Based on this weeks readings: Luke 13:31-35

2019 03 10

Disparity between the haves and the have not’s is a growing cancer in all regions of the world. it festers and peculates with unpredictable outcomes. Many are driven from their homelands to seek a better future for their families. Sacrifice and reflection and preparation for a better future. The devil tempted Jesus but through sacrifice, reflection an preparation he fasted for 40 days with prayer, alone, before beginning his work for God. Jesus gave us a path forward for redemption and salvation. Walk his path to the glory of God.


Based on the week readings: Deuteronomy 26:1-11; Luke 4:1-13

2019 03 03

There has always been a generational divide between the youth and their elders. Information technology and all its modes of communication has enhanced the divide. Progress inherently challenges historical context and past lifestyles. The stretching of creativity and ideas for humanity to absorb. This striving and achieving is inherent in our DNA, but remember the ten commandments and their rock solid teachings and guidelines courtesy of Moses encounter with God. Remember Jesus teachings and his life template for all. These are constants for all generations. Embrace technology and change and the constants Jesus taught and sacrificed his life, that we might be saved. To the glory of God.


Based on readings for the week: Exodus 34:29-35; Luke 9:28-45

2019 02 24

ARC - Action/Responsibility/Choice. Our youth hold the chains of life, and consequentially survival or demise, from the past to the future. To every action, there is a reaction. Take ownership of your choices and live responsibly. The highway of life has many twists, turns and crossroads. Young people face unprecedented challenges. Travel the highway of life in Jesus footsteps. Give of yourself to the less fortunate and love your neighbour as you would love yourself. Youth linking the past to the future in Jesus name.


2019 02 17

An unprecedented divide exists today between the rich and their worldly possessions and the poor. Social media and all forms of communication make us all complicit to this tragic reality. Jesus spoke to the masses, healed the sick and promised life everlasting in heaven for those that believe in him. Many, comfortable with their lifestyle and riches, rejected Jesus. We are all as one in the eyes of the Lord for all who accept Jesus and his teachings into their hearts. Let us renew and refresh our faith in Jesus, his teachings and his sacrifice this morning through communion and live our lives to the glory of God.


Based on readings for the week: Luke 6:17-26

2019 02 10

There seems to be a proliferation of injustice and untruths without bounds today, similar to the fish in the sea swimming in all directions. Jesus demonstrated to Simon, James and John by casting their fishing nets, to have faith and believe. Jesus calls us all to have faith and believe in the word of God. Is it me, Lord? yes, it is all those that walk in Jesus footsteps from the shadows of darkness and despair, to the light of truth and salvation. Accept Jesus’ teachings and live your life with his truths, to the glory of God and salvation everlasting.


Based on readings for the week: Isaiah 6:1-8; Luke 5:1-11

2019 02 03

There’s an old expression, “you can’t see the forest for the trees.” Often, the truth is in plain sight but we’re blinded with preconceived opinions. The truth can be a leap of faith. Jesus spoke the truth and was accepted from afar yet denied with skepticism from his neighborhood as a child. Accept Jesus truths into your heart and allow misguided realities to evaporate. we are stronger together accepting Jesus truth.


Based on readings for the week: Luke 4:21-30

2019 01 27

True leaders are a rare commodity. Truth, not alternate facts are paramount. the ability to inspire others to greatness and to commit their lives to a better cause than themselves rings true. A significant challenge any true leader faces is acceptance at home. Jesus was no exception. His teachings spread across the land and beyond. His truth resonated and captivated the masses. Live his truth day to day and inspire others to walk in Jesus footsteps, all to the glory of God.


Based on readings for the week: Luke 4:14-21

2019 01 20

These days there are many economic challenges. Health care, education, and the IT revolution eliminating many traditional high paying jobs. Many have turned to alternate, start-up careers. Beer and wine start ups are proliferating. Jesus gave us the true wine for life. Follow his lead and never thirst. All to the glory of God.


Based on readings for the week: Isaiah 62:1-5; John 2:1-11

2019 01 13

The world today, in all it’s complexities, is struggling for peace, joy, and love. We seem to be in quick sand and the more we struggle, the more challenging it becomes. Jesus came as the hope of salvation for all. Imagine confronting Jesus today and allowing him to wash away your sins. Believe in Jesus, hold him in your heart and his truth will shine. Hope eternal will usher peace, joy, and love; all to the glory of God.


Based on reading for the week: Matthew 3:13-17

2019 01 06

The three wise ones from the east followed the star and gazed upon the baby in the manger. Baby Jesus in complete innocence with Mary and Joseph, as told by the prophets. Hope, peace, joy and love for everyone. An awakening and light of the world. Remember baby Jesus, remember the leader and saviour, and live your life in his image, to the glory of God.


Based on readings for the week: Isaish 60:1-6; Matthew 2:1-12

2018 12 30

Can you imagine the world blessed with peace? Can you imagine neighbors helping neighbors and charity for all in need? Can you imagine confronting Jesus, as a twelve year old and appreciating his wisdom. Would you dismiss him or open your heart to his love? Jesus taught the truth, the word of God. Accept Jesus into your heart without reservations. Inner peace will flourish and grow and your path forward will touch others. all to the glory of God.


Based on readings for the week: Colossians 3:12-17; Luke 2:41-52