Why was I created? Why am I here on Earth? Have you ever asked that question? If yes, you are not alone. I believe every person will ask this question at some point in their life, whether they care to admit it or not. It's a human question to ask. People have an innate desire … Continue reading WHY DID GOD CREATE PEOPLE?
Is it okay for men to be vulnerable?
Is it okay for men to be vulnerable ? That depends on who you ask. Growing up I was told that real men don't cry or talk about their feelings, let alone to other men. And I believed it for many years. All through high school I worked hard to create a tough exterior to … Continue reading Is it okay for men to be vulnerable?
Navigating through the COVID-19 Storm
A couple days after the COVID-19 was declared a pandemic, I dropped my wife at work and went to the grocery store to pick up a few items. It was around 9 am, just an hour after the store opened. I thought by going early I would avoid the line ups (I'm sure everyone did), … Continue reading Navigating through the COVID-19 Storm
Book Review: The Masculine Mandate by Richard D. Philips
"What does it mean to be a man?" is a question I'm sure a lot of men (and women) have asked for generations. I've asked it hundreds of times myself only to receive responses such as, "a man is strong and tough," "a man is successful and has a lot of money," "a man never … Continue reading Book Review: The Masculine Mandate by Richard D. Philips
Is Christianity still Relevant Today?
What comes to mind when you think of Christianity? An archaic religion? Anti-progressive? Maybe irrelevant? These are common sentiments I've gathered from conversations with people over the years. However, what I've noticed is that people hardly have an issue with Jesus. Many people (I believe) would be open to following Him if they understood the significance of … Continue reading Is Christianity still Relevant Today?
Book Review: The Case for a Creator, by Lee Strobel
Have you ever wondered if God really existed? I believe it's a question every human has to face at some point in their lives. For me, that happened in high school. For the first time in my life I questioned God, the Bible, and my faith. Looking back in retrospect, those questions were necessary for … Continue reading Book Review: The Case for a Creator, by Lee Strobel
Beyond the Surface: The making of an EP
It's my pleasure to announce the release of my debut project "Beyond the Surface." Created over a span of two years, Beyond the Surface embraces the expression of Christian faith in the context of an urban environment. Most of the EP was written during my daily commutes to work, the gym, and everything in between. … Continue reading Beyond the Surface: The making of an EP
What is Church?
When you hear the word "church" what comes to your mind? Is it an old building with stain glass windows and wooden benches? Is it a newer building with a stage and a band? Well, a lot of people seem to think that. Growing up, I always thought church was the building I attended every … Continue reading What is Church?
Gratitude is about your Perspective not Circumstances
Although Canadians and Americans celebrate thanksgiving in different months, I'm sure we can all agree on one thing: it's a beautiful time of the year. The leaves are changing, apples are ready to pick, and families get together for good food. For most people it's also a time to focus on gratitude. However, thanksgiving shouldn't … Continue reading Gratitude is about your Perspective not Circumstances
Christianity is more about Application and Less about Information
I remember reading the Bible for the very first time: I was 19 years old, just graduated high school and taking a year off before heading to University. Around this time, I was also questioning everything about my life. I was seeking for something deeper to live for, for meaning and purpose, for something compelling … Continue reading Christianity is more about Application and Less about Information