No, You Don’t Need to Be an Expert

I Feel Stupid I become easily intrigued and fascinated when it comes to apologetic arguments. Whenever I listen to or watch apologists, I often think, “Wow! I definitely didn’t know that!” For the Chr ...Read more

Jul 8, 2021|

3 Ways to Reach Your (20-something) Friends with the Gospel

The New Challenge (and Spiritual Climate) There’s a new challenge among reaching Canadian young adults for the gospel today. I want to share with you what I think that challenge is and how we can effe ...Read more

Jul 1, 2021|

Abortion and Transformation

I recently sat down with author and speaker Stephanie Gray. Stephanie travels the world to speak on abortion – in fact, just last year she was speaking at Google headquarters. We talked about abortion ...Read more

Jun 24, 2021|

For my Young Adult Friends: Reset

Are you deciding something? Do you need wisdom or help with a relationship? Is the pandemic world just too much or just too strange? Maybe you are simply wondering — where is God? God is turned toward ...Read more

Jun 3, 2021|

No Longer Broke

This article was first seen on Laughagain.us. Written by Phil Callaway.   Are you broke? If your tires are balder than your great granddad, and you’re reusing coffee grounds, you are broke. If yo ...Read more

May 6, 2021|

How to Overcome Guilt and Experience the Joy of Your Meaningful Life

This article was first seen on MichaelCSherrard.com. Written by Michael Sherrard. Our sin has condemned us, and rightly so. We have hurt others, and worse, we have sinned against God. We have committe ...Read more

Apr 8, 2021|

3 Lies That Trap Us In Shame and Make Us Feel Unforgiven

This article was originally published on harbourfellowship.com, 3 Lies That Trap Us In Shame and Make Us Feel Unforgiven. __________ “Everyone makes mistakes.” “Just get over it.” “Let it go.” Well-me ...Read more

Nov 5, 2020|

Abide in Me

During the COVID-19 pandemic, we have constantly been encouraged to socially distance ourselves from family, friends and loved ones. We’ve been reminded with signs entering any store or restaurant, we ...Read more

Oct 29, 2020|

Is the Bible Reliable?

Many people question all sorts of things about the reliability of the Biblical Canon – how can we trust the gospel books about Jesus’ life to be accurate? What is the relevance of OT and NT books? How ...Read more

Oct 15, 2020|

Differences Between Forgiveness and Reconciliation

I have often wondered whether Christians truly understand Jesus’ teaching on forgiveness. So many believers struggle to respond to those who have wounded them. The man or woman whose spouse has commit ...Read more

Oct 1, 2020|

Harps and Pitchforks

What comes to mind when you hear the words “heaven” and “hell”? If you are like me, the first images that flash through your mind about heaven is probably something along the lines of beautiful women ...Read more

Sep 17, 2020|

Self-Control: It’s More than Pressing Snooze in the Morning

In any discussion about self-control we often think about our poor habits. But have we ever thought about just how all-encompassing self-control really is?

Feb 1, 2020|

Are You Ready to Suffer?

Suffering is everywhere. Suffering is unavoidable. At the centre of Christianity, we see God Himself in Jesus Christ willingly suffer for His people.

Jan 25, 2020|

We Need to Change

We need to change from Christians who see faith as one compartment of their life to Christians who let faith in Jesus influence all of their life.

Jan 18, 2020|

Don’t Look for Peace

I want to encourage you to do what might feel a little counterproductive. Don’t go looking for peace. Go looking for Jesus.

Jan 9, 2020|

Don’t Waste Your Singleness

86% of single, never-married Americans ages 18 to 34 would like to get married someday. I attribute this to the design that God had for us in the garden.

Jan 2, 2020|

Jesus: The King of 2020

Paul saw our Lord as “the King of the Ages,” not just the of the Old Testament Age, or even simply of the New Testament Age. He’s the King of every Age. 

Dec 26, 2019|

Isaiah’s Vision for Christmas

And in this world of gloom & darkness, a great & unexpected light from God shone forth. This is what the birth of Jesus is. That’s the vision Isaiah saw.

Dec 19, 2019|

The Primary Love of God at Christmas

What if, in filling our hearts and minds to the brim with the outflow of primary love, we miss experiencing the primary love alone?

Dec 12, 2019|

Non-Christians at Christmas

How can we best share Jesus? Here are 3 simple ways that we, as Christians, can best engage our non-Christian friends & family members this Christmas.

Dec 5, 2019|

Are You a Product of Christ or of Culture?

Stop living as a product of the world. Not because “worldly things are bad & Christians are good,” but because living in God’s grace is so much better.

Nov 21, 2019|

Why We Worship

The role of worship is to keep us faithful where we're planted. God calls us to endure where we are, learning to separate the cultural from the biblical.

Oct 31, 2019|

Leadership for the Right Purpose

I would say that a young Christian leader is to do their leadership for the purpose to help Christians become more like Jesus Christ.

Oct 17, 2019|

What’s Your Excuse?

What are my convictions about the truth of God that keep me coming to church every Sunday? Have my excuses been real or made up for my own benefit?

Oct 10, 2019|

The Epidemic of Impatience

One of the many ramifications of this epidemic of impatience is that it’s seeped into the Christian’s spiritual growth. So, where do we start?

Sep 26, 2019|

I’m Still Bored

When we’re bored, it means our brains are looking for something to do. Something to satisfy us. Where do we go to find that satisfaction?

Sep 19, 2019|

What Are You Fighting For?

If peace means freedom from distress, then we should be fighting for peace every day. But there’s a deeper peace that we need to be fighting for.

Sep 12, 2019|

In the Midst of the Storm (Newsfeed)

220mph winds. At Least 30 dead. Where is God in a natural disaster like Hurricane Dorian? Where is God in the midst of the storm?

Sep 6, 2019|

The Only Place We Truly Belong

Ironically, it takes a hard betrayal to experience true belonging—that is, a betrayal of your independent efforts to belong.

Aug 29, 2019|

The Most Powerful Influencer

Words carry power and influence, whether they are true or not. Words carry impressive power, and they are more powerful when they claim to speak the truth. 

Aug 22, 2019|

A Public Crisis of Faith

indoubt host, Daniel Markin responds to the headlines surrounding Marty Sampson and John Cooper, touching on the public crisis of faith.

Aug 16, 2019|

Faith, Hope and Love

Multiple times in the New Testament we read of faith, hope & love. Because faith, hope & love play an essential role in the life of the believer.

Aug 15, 2019|

Times to Speak & Times to Be Silent

So many people are in need of hearing words of hope, life, encouragement, and conviction, yet will we be bold enough to speak?

Jul 18, 2019|

‘Millennial’ Shouldn’t Be a Derogatory Term

Recently I’ve been opening my talks with this statement: “In the Kingdom of God, there's no such thing as a millennial. It's a man-made term & definition."

Jul 11, 2019|

How Embracing Rest Can Change Your Life

God’s heart for rest goes deeper than what we can do for Sabbath. True Sabbath is returning to who God created us to be. But what would that look like?

Jul 4, 2019|

What to Do When You Feel Stuck

Whether it’s in our career path, church or relationships, we've all felt that paralyzing fear of not knowing what our next step should be, feeling stuck.

Jun 20, 2019|