Reflections from the Psalms ~ Luke Burrow

One of the reasons the Psalms have been such a strong encouragement to God’s people throughout the ages is that they display the full range of human emotion in a nuanced and understanding way. From the deepest sorrows to the most ecstatic joys, every emotional...

Reflections on the Psalms ~ Gary Prickett

Like most pastors, I frequently hear of the struggles Christians have maintaining a vibrant devotional life; perhaps especially in the area of prayer. And yet, the Bible book most commonly cited as our favourite remains the book most intimately tied to prayer: the...

Reflections on the Psalms ~ Andrew Hall

I love the Psalms. There’s something about them that connects my soul to God. The poetry expresses thoughts and feelings far better than I can. For this reason, the French Reformer John Calvin would say about the Psalms, they are “an anatomy of the soul, for there is...

Family Ministry Developments ~ Andrew Hall

How have you found the past year? This question was on my mind when we began to engage families in January and March of this year. The disruption to everyday life had created new opportunities and new challenges for all of us. But what did that mean for ministry? The...

Psalm 51 and Repentance

Today’s eBulletin may also be found in the Story of Everything Friday devotional. This Sunday Pastor Andrew is preaching on the story of David and Bathsheba, and we thought it would be appropriate to have a reflection on repentance from Psalm 51. David was called a...