Monthly Archives: August 2015

Pathways – God speaks through a heartbeat

Six months before our eldest son EJ was born, I experienced a very exhilarating moment of my life. I would call that a “God-moment.” One day, I accompanied my wife Sandra to a routine check-up with her gynecologist. As I was sitting and waiting, the doctor came out of the examining room and told me…

Welcome to Awana!

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Pathways – You can’t handle the truth!

You can’t handle the truth! “You want the truth? You can’t handle the truth!” These were the words uttered by Col. Jessep (performed by actor Jack Nicholson) in the very dramatic courtroom scene of the movie, “A Few Good Men.”  The die-hard veteran marine colonel  blurted these words out when prosecutor Mr. Kaffee (played by…

Pathways – Why I believe in prayer

Last month, I went on a silent retreat at The Sisterhood of St. John the Divine.  I came armed with my Bible, journal, and The Life of St. Anthony.  As soon as I arrived, I was ushered into my room. It was simply furnished with a bed, desk, and chair.  There was a window that…

Brunch N’ Bunch

Brunch N’ Bunch When: September 6, 11:30am-12:30pm There will be another time of fellowship right after the English service on the lawn outside the north entrance of SCBC. Come and connect with friends while enjoying hot vegetable soup, soda crackers and fruit crisps. Calling out to the gardeners out there who want to share your…

Visitor’s Huddle – Aug 23 @ 11am-12:30pm (Room 160)

Are you new to SCBC? Do you have friends who have come to our church recently? Are you interested in meeting new friends? This is an opportunity to have an informal huddle simply to get to know each other more and answer your questions or needs. Come out on August 23 at 11am-12:30pm in Room…

Pathways – Why I believe in absolute truth

Two weeks ago Janet and I walked through the grounds of the U of T campus. Our tour guide, Chedmund Lee, an alumni of the school and long-time member of SCBC, was eager to show us the nooks and crannies of the great institution. One of the points of interest that particularly caught my imagination…