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Resolutions and Dashboard Trinkets

Happy New Year! The countdown ends, the clock strikes 12, the pots and pans are banged together, and everyone yells “Happy New Year!” at the top of their lungs.... Read More

The Life of C.S. Lewis

I must admit up front that the title of this post is a little misleading. I am not writing on the life of C.S. Lewis. This is not a short bio because that might be boring.... Read More

Is The Islamic State Actually Islamic?

ISIS is back in the news today (Whenever you read this, there's likely something in the news about ISIS). I remember when they first started to get our attention. What were... Read More

What Do Pastors Actually Do?

“Must Be A Nice Job... Just Working Sundays...” Every pastor's heard the joke, and most often we just laugh it off, but behind the joke lies the reality that many... Read More

Why 2015 Should Include Church Planting

Another new year is upon us. Many of us are tired. We’ve staggered to 2014 the finish line. We’re waiting to see if we made budget. The furthest thing from our... Read More

A Hope For Something New

It is New Year’s Eve 2014. Another year has come and gone and many of us are looking in the mirror thinking “Where did this year go?!”. Maybe we are... Read More

Grounded's Best of 2014

Grounded in the Gospel is here to serve the Canadian church by encouraging pastors and leaders towards gospel-shaped ministry. It's been a big year for us, adding some great... Read More

Best Books of 2014

We asked some of the Grounded contributors for the top three best books that they read in 2014. Below are their responses: Jim Hathaway Dennis E. Johnson. Him We Proclaim:... Read More

Got Courage?

See Part 1 and Part 2 in this series. By God’s grace, your sermon is prepared.  It’s now Sunday morning.  At this point - after the preparation but... Read More

Jesus Pushed Into the Centre of History

This Christmas we will likely hear or see a large number of articles indicating that Jesus’ birth was not actually as the church celebrates it. Many will note that the... Read More