Godly Earners

Continuing with his revisit of the Ages & Stages of our lives, Pastor Ken looks at the next group in the demographics defined by author, Christopher Morley – Godly Earners.  This group is defined as those who have reached their educational peak and are now in the stage of life where they attain their maximum earnings.  Charles Wesley said – “Earn all you can; Save all you can and Give away all you can”.  Ken looks to 1 Timothy, chapter 5 and 6 to see what the Bible has to say about earning.

Eternal Leaners

Today Pastor Ken revisits the Ages & Stages of our lives.  This time around, he is using the works of author Christopher Morley as his framework.  Morley said: “There are three ingredients in the good life: learning, earning and yearning.”  Ken explores the Learning stage of life in his message today.  He uses verses from 1 Timothy chapters 1 through 4 to illustrate his thoughts.

Swim Safely in Your Salvation

The Labour Day long weekend signifies the unofficial end of Summer.  Today Pastor Ken looks back at the Summer and some of the things he likes to do.  Water Sports are among his favourites.  In that vein, he relates three stories – all with a common theme.  Your faith is your life jacket. Within your faith, who is your Life Guard?  Christ Jesus, of course.

Swim Safely in Your Salvation

The Mystery and Paradox of Our Faith

Freshly back from his vacation, Pastor Ken begins his message today with a slide of ‘How I spent my Summer vacation’.  He then bridges the messages from our guest speakers of the last 3 weeks into today’s message.  Today Pastor Ken looks at changing our perspective; the mystery and paradox of our faith.  He takes his inspiration from 1 Corinthians 2:6-11.

Changing Your Perspective

This Picture is NOT upside down. Imagine swimming where the water is above, not below you! It’s all in your perspective.

Serving Up Summer Spirituality – The Thessalonian Twins (part 4)

Pastor Ken finishes up his series on the Thessalonian Twins today by comparing 1 Thessalonians 5 to 2 Thessalonians 2.  His theme today is tension. The tension we all have in our lives; emotionally, spiritually. Using competitive rowing as his backdrop, Ken takes the position that two rowers, two scullers, two paddlers – in a boat, victorious – is a great analogy for life.

The Thessalonian Twins (part 4)

Please note that Pastor Ken will be away on vacation in August. His podcasts will return at the end of August.

Serving Up Summer Spirituality – The Thessalonian Twins (part 3)

This Sunday is the last day of the Wimbledon tennis championships.  It only seems fitting that Pastor Ken selects tennis as sports analogy for today’s message.  As he has done for the last two weeks, he continues to compare 1st and 2nd Thessalonians.  Today he compares 1 Thessalonians 4 and 2 Thessalonians 3.

The Thessalonian Twins (part 3)

Serving Up Summer Spirituality – The Thessalonian Twins (part 2)

Today Pastor Ken continues with his Summer look into Thessalonians.  This week he explores where Thessalonians 1 and 2 differ – in 1 Thessalonians chapters 2 and 3.  Still using his Summer Sports theme, he invites us into a mystical realm of Authenticity, Proven Strength, Proficiency, Skill and Success which all of us have the opportunity to do … not on the sports field, but in life.

Serving Up Summer Spirituality

Serving Up Summer Spirituality – The Thessalonian Twins

Pastor Ken kicks off his Summer inspiration series with a comparison of 1st and 2nd Thessalonians.  The words of these two chapters are very similar. Listen to this week’s podcast as Ken takes these two letters from Paul and builds a Sports metaphor with Jesus as our coach.

Summer Spirituality


‘YOU’ at the Great Physician’s Operating Table

Pastor Ken picks up his series on The Great Physician again this week.  Today he looks at God’s healing… of YOU.  Just what happens when you get into the examining room; when you get into the operating room?

The Examining Room

The Great Physician’s Waiting Room

While we all sit in the Great Physician’s waiting room, Pastor Ken asks us to ponder the following questions:

Do you, do I, does our church…

  • …have a health perspective on God’s healing?
  • …have a health practice in seeking healing?
  • …have a robust theology of the mystery of God’s will?
  • …have a robust theology of holistic healing?
  • … have a robust theology of the theology of suffering?

Today Pastor Ken explores these questions as we sit in the waiting room, waiting to be attended to by the Great Physician.