A Love Letter to my {broken} Body

A little background to this Love Letter: On Saturday, we launched a synchroblog on SheLoves magazine: A Love Letter to my Body and Megan Gahan led us in her beautiful letter to her own body. It was a first for us on SheLoves and Claire, our Wellness Editor, and I were a little nervous, just […]

Want to Be a Bearer of Justice? Have your Feet Washed.

“True bearers of justice are people who have had their feet washed.” –Gwen McVicker I am blessed to have an extraordinary mother-in-law. Gwen is the woman God used to first crack open my heart for justice, right alongside the prophet Isaiah. I’ve had the privilege of writing a 40-day prayer journal with her, traveling with […]

If I forget them, I will become just a man without feelings, just a man who is using a very precious life in vain.

Meet Serghey, a staff member at ESCAPE magazine in Moldova. This pop culture magazine is published to educate and protect youth in Moldova, one of the greatest source countries for human trafficking in Eastern Europe. I love this “Out of the Box” tool, featured in Love146.org’s Fall Update. And what Serghey has to say resonates […]

Being the Change: A Story Behind Homelessness

I wrote over on SheLovesmagazine.com yesterday, as part of World Homeless Day. Here’s an excerpt:     “I spent the afternoon at The Front Room, the only homeless shelter in Surrey, BC. Volunteers from Relate Church served a yummy turkey dinner, complete with milk and pumpkin pie, while I shook hands and learned that even the […]

Proudly African

I flew Kenya Airways this morning from Mombasa to Nairobi and smiled when I read the KQ slogan: The Pride of Africa. I smiled, not because I thought it was ironic. I smiled because that very African pride was beginning to creep right into my own heart. This past week I have shed yet another […]