While most people don’t know a great deal about John Knox, they do have an opinion on him.
Did you know that James Naismith, the inventor of basketball, was a graduate of the Presbyterian College, Montreal? Or that Cairine R. Mackay Wilson, the first woman to sit in the Senate of Canada, was a Presbyterian and benefactor of our theological school in Montreal?
Matthew David Brough has released the first installment of his fiction adventure series, Del Ryder and the Crystal Seed, officially launched in his hometown of Winnipeg in July. “I remember my mom reading the Chronicles of Narnia out loud to me and my sisters and it having such an impact [...]
One Hour in Paris is a well-told story by a bright and articulate Canadian woman. Her rape story appears at the outset; the rest of the book is about her recovery, about what worked and what didn’t as she tried to get on with her life, and about surviving trauma.
This is a book about humility. That’s genuine humility, which preachers in our part of the world often lack. We talk about humility and then demonstrate that we’re not prepared to attend to voices other than our own, or to the Bible as others may read it.
Henry Wildeboer, a pastor with the Christian Reformed Church, writes out of the crucible of 50 years of ministry experience and describes the many challenges and opportunities he faced in leading congregations to fulfil the great commission.