2021 Reading List

Every year I try to read 50 books. The only time I actually accomplished this was 2019. Until this year, when I finished 67 books. There are two main reasons why I read so many books this year. First, I began researching the Psalms in preparation of starting my PhD in 2022. Through the summer … Continue reading 2021 Reading List

Re:Church [Part 3]

Pastors and church leaders, as a result of the global pandemic, have an opportunity to rethink and reimagine what the church will look like moving forward. I offer three principles to guide our conversations about the church. In Part 1 I looked at Simon Chan’s Liturgical Theology and the first principle: we need to define the church … Continue reading Re:Church [Part 3]

Smarter Shallows?

There’s a thrift store in Cobourg, Ontario that my wife and I absolutely love. Whenever we are out at the cottage we stop in at this hodge-podge store and look for cheap furniture, kitchen items, and books. Oh, the books. We always return home with more books than we originally brought with us. Two of … Continue reading Smarter Shallows?