I began as Lead Pastor at my current church, West Park Church in London, Ontario four years ago. When I started I faced a steep learning curve. I not only needed to understand a new church culture, but a new country culture as well. So, I developed what
by Alex E. Andrews
Many people have asked, “Why is Bayside growing so rapidly?” Bayside Community Church growth, in its simplest form, stems from a core value that founding pastor, Randy Bezet, lives. We call it being “life-giving.” In addition, he has been able to ensure
Remember, it’s just a game.
That’s an important prompt in youth athletics — not just for the kids, but perhaps even more so for coaches bent on winning and parents pressing to live vicariously through their children.
Against the backdrop of our societal obsession with sports is
It’s almost too good to be true.
The Christian doctrine of glorification is stunning, to say the least. Not only we will see Jesus in all his new-creation glory, but we will share with him in it. “When he appears we shall be like him, because
Your happiness and fulfillment depend upon a balanced approach to everything that matters.
There are times when our hope in God’s promises can be derailed by the cares of this world and the difficulties of life. When times are tough, what does it mean to be anchored in hope? In this episode, John and Lisa elaborate on how
It’s easy to get so busy doing ministry that you don’t take the time to evaluate your ministry.
But evaluation is how you get better.
It’s like your annual physical. No one wants to get a check-up, blood work, and maybe a test or two, but that’s
by Dr. Bill Donahue
When leaders get it right (and many do!), a lot of amazing growth and change happens. Because when a leader gets it right
No Biblical phrase has been more overused (or abused). Was Jesus actually saying we should have no discernment? What actually DID He mean and how do we steer clear of breaking His commandment?
Remember that the Sermon on the Mount, where this was spoken, was