Expecting Rivers

Listen to this reflection here. “… the Spirit had not yet been given, because Jesus had not yet entered into his glory …” John 7.38 What would you recommend? I’m one of those people who have been accused of always playing it safe when it comes to food choices. You know the type. When ordering atRead more

Come and Drink

Listen to this reflection here. “Anyone who believes in me may come and drink!” John 7.38 Candles and Rain As you may have heard, as a church we’ve just entered our 80th year, and we’re marking that entrance by reflecting on our name, “Living Waters”, and where that name carries us together. So we’re spendingRead more

Coldest Night of the Year

On February 22, I’m walking to remember and serve the poor and forgotten in our community. Join me by signing up with the Living Waters Church team, giving generously and helping to support Langley’s Gateway of Hope! https://secure.e2rm.com/registrant/TeamFundraisingPage.aspx?teamID=888887&langPref=en-CA “But what shall we do? Content ourselves by singing a hymn, offering a prayer or giving aRead more

The Source of Peace

Listen to this reflection here: Micah 5.2-5a But you, O Bethlehem Ephrathah, are only a small village among all the people of Judah. Yet a ruler of Israel, whose origins are in the distant past, will come from you on my behalf. …And he will stand to lead his flock with the Lord’s strength, in theRead more

Advent Poems 2019

Advent means “coming” or “arrival”. It’s the four-week season in the church calendar year preceding Christmas characterized by waiting and longing for God and what God assures the world: hope, peace, joy, love. Advent is the dark before the dawn; the candle burning brightly in a deep forest; the star way off in the black; the contrastRead more

Given

Sermon: John 10.18 Given: Exploring the Christian Practice of Stewardship https://fortlangley.lwchurch.ca/podcasts/media/2019-11-18-exploring-the-practice-of-christian-stewardship

Prayer in the Fog

“Never stop praying…” 1 Thessalonians 5 Our family lives in an ancient riverbed. Where crops grow, cows graze and a village sits, the Fraser River once rode right on through. The river takes a different route today but the lowlands retain certain qualities, one of them being fog. We often wake up to a thickRead more