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Screen Time: 3 hours 14 minutes

Posted by Kevin Kusunoki on

The iPhone has this new feature that tracks the amount of screen time one uses. This is both a blessing and a curse. On the one hand, it is good to know how I am spending my time, but on the other hand, it is very disheartening… to know how much time I’ve wasted. As I write this...


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“The church needs to pivot.”  Some form of that phrase has been said by influential church leaders all around the world. It makes sense, the church is facing the unprecedented task of ministering to congregations without meeting in person. So all over the world, churches are...

Ready, Get Set, Restart!

Posted by Kevin Kusunoki on

I hate running. I’m just not very good at it. I don’t like dealing with my shin splints, nor do I like being lost in my own thoughts for a long period of time. Now I get it, running can be therapeutic for some people, but for me running is the last thing that you’ll find me...

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Keep Me In the Loop

Posted by Tim LaTour on

Groundhog Day just passed on February 2nd. Did you celebrate it? Probably not. It’s a holiday recognised in North America and it is based on the silly superstition that, if a groundhog emerges from its burrow and sees its shadow, winter will last for six more weeks. But if it does not...

Staying Steady Through Tough Times

Posted by Tim LaTour on

In chapter 12 of Apostle Paul’s letter to the Romans, he outlines how the Christian life should be lived. Filled with great wisdom and practical guidelines, this chapter is the go-to for believers on how to live out our faith. Mixed in with this chapter is one simple sentence that gives...

Who’s Your Spotter?

Posted by Tim LaTour on

When I was in high school, I played a few different sports that involved off-season weight training. As a young teenage boy walking into a weight room for the first time, I really wanted to look strong and fit in with the older guys around me. The problem was, I wasn’t very strong. One...

Smile, Jesus Loves You!

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When I was in high school, I developed a huge crush on a girl. When we met, we became fast friends and we talked all the time. On the phone. At school. At McDonald's (yes, it was a big hangout back in our home town). And when we couldn't talk, we would write letters to each other. I don't know...


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