The Great Physician

It is not the healthy who need a doctor, but the sick.



Good Friday Worship: Scandal of Grace

I've had to take some time away from making regular posts as final exams approach (I will be back soon!) but I wanted to share with you some of my favourite Good Friday worship. When I think of Good Friday,... Continue Reading →


Lent: Halfway Reflections

This year, I decided to participate in Lent for the first time. It was never something that I practiced before moving out West, but many of my church friends out here do, so I wanted to give it a try.... Continue Reading →

Learning about Lent

Having grown up in a Pentecostal church, I have never observed lent. But my non-denominational church in Victoria observes the practice, so I've been given a bit of a crash course in what the Lenten season is all about. I... Continue Reading →

Taming the Tongue: James 3

  We always hear that actions speak louder than words, but James challenges this idea in his letter to the Church. James describes a tongue that steers the body, driving it as a rudder steers a ship: When we put bits... Continue Reading →

Imposter Syndrome

The first piece of advice we were given at the start of medical school was this: "Don't fall behind, and don't fall in love". The second was this: "Every single one of you will experience imposter syndrome. It will not go... Continue Reading →

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