Sermons from Pastor Todd Dugard

What's in a name? Do you recall that question from Romeo and Juliet? Juliet was trying to persuade Romeo to change his name, forsake his family connection, and marry her.…
There is something within us that fundamentally rejects the idea of voluntary submission to an authority that mistreats us. However, there are times and places where submission is exactly what…

Rooted

October 27, 2019
What a privilege it has been for our church to coach and partner with Harvest Glasgow over the past ten years. Over the last decade, we sent leaders to train…
While human beings tend to complicate things, God keeps things pretty simple. For example, the church. We build grand cathedrals and mall-like mega-churches on sprawling campuses. We create hierarchies of…
In Acts 2:22-36, the Apostle Peter moves into the second part of his great sermon on the Day of Pentecost. Having addressed the matter of the miraculous signs that had taken place, he turns his listeners' attention to the central message and the central figure, Jesus Christ and his gospel. The focus in this section is on the person of Jesus as the one and only Lord and Saviour of the world as Peter points repeatedly to, “This Jesus.”
Don’t you sometimes wish you knew what God knows? Especially about the future! More importantly for us is to know what God wants! What is God’s will? This focuses on the future…
Maturity is increasingly hard to come by in our society. Whether it’s the foolish behaviour we observe at work or at school or even in our own families, or whether…
I think it’s realistic to say that our culture obsesses over the idea of being strong in one way or another. Having personal strength—whether physical, mental, or emotional—is pushed on…
“God, bless me with _________.” “God, help me do _________.” “God, give me _________.” When you pray, how do you fill in these blanks? What if prayer is meant for…
Mike Armstrong, senior pastor at Harvest Newmarket, was with us this Sunday to bring God's Word. Mike and Angie and their kids, Wyatt and Karis, were part of our church family…