The Supreme Court decision to refuse accredition of Trinity Western’s law school has begun questions, conversations, and arguments about religious freedom in Canada. LGBTQA+ allies and supporters have praised the decision, while it has been largely condemned by Christians across the country. Matthew Steem offers an alternative perspective for Christians who feel that this decision is affront to their faith.
The transition from high school to first year university can be tough, especially if you feel alone. At Transition 101, graduating grade 12 students connected with other Christians who will be on their campus next year. Read for more of what happened at this year’s event.
When someone shows kindness to you and then you find out they have an ulterior motive, how does it make you feel? Matthew explores just how critical is it for us Christians to keep our motives in check when it comes to sharing our faith. Although we may think ourselves altruistic and have pure motives for talking or showing God’s love to others, often we don’t. How can we keep our ulterior motives in check so that we don’t turn people off?
Ministry is a lot of fun, but often calls us to sacrifice much more than we were expecting. Erin shares about her experience entering into ministry, and how she had to let go of some tightly held perceptions about how things are “supposed to be.”