This past month my church community has been focused on the theme of Turbulence and Transition. The topic felt appropriate given the season we’re in here in Toronto, as we move (for the most part) out of the winter and into spring.
Thursday, 02 April 2015 18:31 Written by Janét Aizenstros
Let's be real many new couples find having a consistent sex life in a relationship takes effort, especially for new parents.
“To what are you called?” This is something my mother would often ask me and others growing up. She’d look you straight in the eye with a deadpan stare, the eyebrows artfully painted on her face raised high, and ask, “Is God calling you? And if so, to what are you being called?”
I'm doing it a little differently this month by incorporating several questions couples have recently come to me with. I’m not a certified sex coach but let’s just say I have A LOT of experience. The people who come to me truly want to give their marriage a fighting chance.
Friday, 16 January 2015 00:00 Written by David Lewis Peart
I spent my New Year's Eve at home this year. It was a first for me. I’d reflected a short time before that many of my past New Year’s Eve celebrations have, in my adulthood at least, been rather unremarkable.
Saturday, 10 January 2015 00:00 Written by Karlyn Percil
We all get scared sometimes. Present company included. I was afraid when I moved to Canada in 2003. I was afraid to start new in a place where I didn't know anybody. I was afraid to start a new job with no friends, no mentors or sponsors. I was afraid when I wanted to fall in love.
Wednesday, 01 October 2014 00:00 Written by Karlyn Percil
Life in general is full of questions. But most times asking the right questions will not only give you the answers you need, but it can also provide the real connection we human beings crave.