(Un)Civil Politics I am writing this as my country (Canada) engages in the democratic process of electing its next federal government. We do this every four years, and it is always an
I made a promise to TEDxWinnipeg (previously known as TEDxManitiboa) in 2014. I committed to sharing their important work in my faith-based context. I have lived into that pledge by creating another recurring feature for A
This blog is part of an unfolding series of reflections, offered during worship events in my role as Principal of St. Andrew’s College. The series, Leadership & Legacy, explores the tensions, challenges and blessings that are
I am most fortunate in the ministry in which I find myself. A significant portion of my role falls under the umbrella of leadership. Though that may seem like a broad-stroke, maybe even ambiguous,
Democracy is a big topic for a blog, especially when attempting to reflect about it from a faith-based perspective. This musing, therefore, will explore the topic in two parts: A general overview of the
Democracy is a big topic for a blog, especially when attempting to reflect about it from a faith-based perspective. This musing, therefore, will explore the topic in two parts: A general overview of the current
Many of us mistake Phobia for true fear. Whereas fear is a gift from God to be used for self-preservation. Phobia are obstacles strategically Placed in society by opposers of positive existence.
Podiums For those involved in the not-for-profit sector, who work in non-governmental-agencies and especially those involved in advocacy work, it is no surprise to hear that over the last several years there has been