Jesus: The Great Physician

A Primer on Depression

Self-help books, psychologists, anti-depressants, doctors, therapists, counsellors and advertisements, everyone has their own self-proclaimed brand of unique claims to fight depression and become free. Some offer freedom in 30-60 day programs. Others claim their proven process in a book claiming 6-steps will set you free. Yet, in my experience only one solution amidst all the […]

Credential-Living And Success

Discovering The True Meaning of Life

My wife and I just hung up our accomplishments and credentials up on our wall in our little apartment, and I have to admit for a second, it felt good. There is a certain pride and sense of accomplishment in seeing hard-earned, hard work, sweat, tears, and countless anxiety attacks framed in shiny glass and […]

The Hope Found In Dying

To Die Is Gain

One would think spending a life-time preparing for death, and having the knowledge of death, one day, would be tortuous. In some ways, that seems kind of depressing, right? Who wants to think about death, let alone believe death is real? Instead, most people are busy living. We don’t want to think about death or […]

The Misconception of Comfortable-Living

Learning The Difference Between Comfort & Peace

33 I have said these things to you, that in me you may have peace. In the world you will have tribulation. But take heart; I have overcome the world.” John 16:33 Nowhere in the Bible does Jesus ever allude to the fact that following Christ will be a cakewalk or that we will arrive at […]

Surrender: The Optical Illusion of Power

Finding Strength In Submitting To The Father's Will

Many of us think that we have control of our lives. Many of us think that we have power down here, the power to make everyday decisions, and the power to decide what happens to us day-by-day. But if we look closely, we’ll soon realize, that’s actually not the case at all and Job 26:1-2 […]