Reflections

Latest Reflections:

  • Seeking the Kingdom- a reflection for the New Year (1/8/2022) - By: Pastor Mike “So do not worry, saying, ‘What shall we eat?’ or ‘What shall we drink?’ or ‘What shall we wear?’ 32For the pagans run after all these things, and […]
  • December 2021 Reflection (12/8/2021) - When people begin to follow Jesus, they are surprised by many things:  His miracles, His kindness, His wisdom, His love and compassion…  But one of the biggest surprises is his humility.  Jesus did […]
  • Remembrance Day (11/23/2021) - By: Danielle Lee This Month we remember the soldiers who fought for our freedoms and for those who lost their lives. We thank each and everyone of them for their […]
  • Covid and God (10/1/2021) - By: Danielle Lee God has laid on my heart this hard topic for this newsletter. Firstly, I want to share a passage with you from Jeremiah 29:11. It says…  For […]
  • The Potter and the Clay (9/12/2021) - By: Bill Spaans “This is the word that came to Jeremiah from the Lord: “Go down to the potter’s house, and there I will give you my message.”  So I went […]
  • Above All (8/26/2021) - By: Danielle Lee ‘Above all else’ is a phrase that has been used time and time again. It is often used in vows to one-another to encompass your deep connection […]
  • It Is Well With My Soul (8/13/2021) - By BIll Spaans In John 14: 27 Jesus says: “Peace I leave with you; my peace I give to you.  I do not give to you as the world gives.  […]
  • Music Over the Ages (7/24/2021) - By: Danielle Lee Music, or a form of music has been played or sung from the beginning of time. It is a beautiful oral tradition that is and was passed […]
  • Make a Joyful Noise (7/11/2021) - By Bill Spaans Music, and particularly singing, has been a part of the life of the church since ancient times. In fact, many of the Psalms were written to be […]
  • Final Thoughts (6/26/2021) - As I conclude my time on Consistory, and as President, I thought I would reflect on where we are as a church, some of the lessons learned and where we […]
  • A Thirst for God (6/26/2021) - As my term winds down at the end of June, I wanted to take the opportunity to reflect on my time on Consistory and other life events over the past […]
  • Judging Others (5/29/2021) - By Rob Lee Over the last few years, our news has been dominated by headlines regarding racism. Movements such as “Black Lives Matter” highlight how people of colour, are being […]
  • Lessons From Dr. Luke – Luke 21 Revisited (5/18/2021) - by Bill Spaans: In chapter 21 Dr. Luke records a lengthy prophetic proclamation by  Jesus that we earlier skipped over. It is fitting that we end our consideration of Luke’s gospel […]
  • Lessons From Dr. Luke – Luke 24 (5/1/2021) - by Bill Spaans: You may recall that in chapter one Dr. Luke stated that his purpose was to write an “orderly account” of the life and teachings of Jesus. In […]
  • Lessons From Dr. Luke – Luke 23 (4/17/2021) - by Bill Spaans: Luke 23 deals with the trial, crucifixion, and burial of Jesus.  In Luke 23 we read that neither Pilot nor Herod found grounds to crucify Jesus.  But […]
  • Lessons From Dr. Luke – Luke 22 (4/3/2021) - by Bill Spaans: The central element of chapter 22 as told by Dr. Luke is Jesus instituting the Lord’s Supper. The church has since faithfully observed this for over 2000 […]
  • Lessons From Dr. Luke – Luke 21 (3/20/2021) -       by Bill Spaans: Chapter 21 of Luke’s gospel comes in two parts – a rather lengthy prophecy that Jesus gave about the end times, which was proceeded by a […]
  • Lessons From Dr. Luke – Luke 20 (3/6/2021) - by Bill Spaans: In chapter 20 Dr. Luke tells the story of a battle of wills.  On the one side is Jesus, who wants to fulfill His Father’s will.  Jesus […]
  • Lessons From Dr. Luke – Luke 19 (2/20/2021) - by Bill Spaans: This week is the start of Lent, when we focus on the path that Jesus took in the last day before His crucifixion. Rather fitting then that […]
  • Lessons From Dr. Luke – Luke 18 (2/6/2021) - by Bill Spaans: In Luke 18 Dr. Luke recounts several of Jesus’ teachings.  We read the parable about a persistent widow, and the parable of the Pharisee and the tax […]