Sermons from Pastor Todd Dugard

In Luke 18:1-8, Jesus is teaching a parable about a widow and a judge. It is a strong statement about persistent prayer in the face of injustice. There’s a message…
Joy is more elusive than you might think. At Christmas, happiness masquerades as joy. Family gatherings, plentiful amounts of food, and just the right gift under the tree elicit happy…
After the Darkness, Light. Both Christmas and the recent 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation provide an opportunity to talk about light. It is not lost on any of us…
Most people love talking about and studying the end times. If that’s you, you’re going to appreciate this weekend’s message in Luke 17:20-37. Having been asked a question about the…
A person either knows where they are or they don’t. Everyone is, in essence, lost or found. That said, not everyone who is lost knows they’re lost. Or they won’t…
There is a rather large executive-style home in the south end of Barrie in one of our city’s wealthier neighbourhoods. It has probably been there for about ten years. What…
Around the time kids are crawling, and certainly once a toddler is walking about, warnings of all kinds are spoken: “Don’t touch, it’s hot,” “Don’t go near the stairs, you’ll fall down,”…
Once again this week we heard the news of an act of violence and hate. The shootings in Quebec City are just the latest in a growing list of senseless killings…