The other day I was having a conversation with my good friend Kurt over some all you can eat sushi.
SIDE NOTE: We were really hungry that day; I’m pretty sure the restaurant lost money on us…
I was gushing about a recent experience I had where I met this wonderful group of people in Winnipeg, Manitoba, who I thought exemplified what it meant to be a Christian through their selfless giving and love. Kurt then paused for a moment and made, what was to me, an enlightening observation about ‘love’. The conversation went a little something like this: Continue reading
I recently went to see the ‘Deadpool’ movie and I thought it was a very entertaining film. Sure there was loads of crude humour and foul language but the story seemed to hold very well.
And then someone told me that Christopher West wrote a blog post that frowned upon the movie. Why does that matter? Continue reading
Recently I’ve been thinking about how it’s very hard to reflect about the ‘mountains’ of good I’ve experienced during the challenging ‘valleys’ of my life. I find that I become negative way too quickly when I go through a bad situation – even if I was happy an hour earlier. This lack of seeing the good makes it that much harder to face the challenge.