About My Preaching and Teaching
I have an BA in Politics from Trent University and an MTS and DMin from Tyndale University. Since 2010 I have preached to a wide variety of audiences. I have also led workshops on missional theology, intercultural ministry (with a particular focus on Canadian First Nations people), Christian leadership, mentoring, and apologetics. Feel free to contact me if you're interested in exploring the possibility of me preaching or teaching in your context!
One in the Spirit (Taught for Pine Grove Bible Church on 2022.11.06)
A sermon on what the first church council in Acts 15 can teach us about intercultural relations among Christians.
Redeemer of the Nations (Taught for Curve Lake Christian Assembly on 2022.04.26)
A sermon which considers the various ways that Christians often think of culture and Christianity fitting together, based on Hebrews 1.
You Will Be My Witnesses (Taught for Curve Lake Christian Assembly on 2023.07.09)
A history lesson on some of the Christian documents that laid the foundation for colonialism, and why I believe the authors fundamentally misunderstood what it meant to be Jesus' witnesses.
The Mystery of Missional Election (Taught for Curve Lake Christian Assembly on 2022.09.04)
A sermon about what Paul taught the Gentile Christians about their relationship with the Jews, which resembles what's taking place within Western Christianity today.
Witnesses in Exile (Taught for Auburn Bible Chapel on 2017.04.09)
A sermon on how the Western church's current circumstance resembles the Jews in exile, based on Daniel 1.
Build Homes and Live in Them (Taught for Auburn Bible Chapel on 2022.02.06)
A sermon that considers how we should respond to the social dislocation Western Christians feel at present, based on Jeremiah 29.
The Lost Art of Mentoring (Taught for Discovery Church on 2022.09.11)
A sermon which considers why and how to mentor young people within the church.
Remain In Me (Taught for Curve Lake Christian Assembly on 2022.07.24)
A sermon which considers the most important aspect of the church's witness, based on John 15.