Erika Bartos, one of our congregants, sent this link to me and it blessed me to read it. You can access think link here, and I have copied the text below.   I can honestly say I have never thought about God signing or put much thought...

I have had the privilege to serve on several missions trips during my life. Two of those trips were visits to Nepal in 2011 and 2012. Redemption London financially supported a church in Kathmandu for several years, so along with that, we had the wonderful...

People often ask, “What is it like to work at the church?” I wish I had an articulate answer to that question. One that sounded well thought-out, humble, and wise, but in reality, I often struggle to come up with an answer at all.   Don’t get...

I enjoy sports - soccer, basketball, and tennis, but the one I enjoy the most is cycling. I am still passionate about watching the “Giro’d Italia and the Vuelta a España” where the great Colombian beetles have made history. It’s exciting! I enjoy this sport...

For those of you who know me, you know I don’t like being in the spotlight. I enjoy serving and working as long as it is behind the scenes, so I find writing these a bit intimidating. One of the things that I am thankful...

My personal prayer time has always been a struggle for me. I want to pray; I need to pray. I grew up going to a Bible-believing church right from an infant, so for as long as I can remember, I have been taught to “read...

I was born August 28th, 1980 in St. Catharines, Ontario to Bruce and Janice Redding. My brother, Rob, was 3 years old. At nine months old, my dad felt the Lord leading him to be a pastor. So, we packed up and moved to London...

We have been turning away from talking the COVID-19 pandemic talk lately, but I want to focus on a specific isolation issue today. And it’s not just an issue of isolation because of the pandemic of COVID-19. The issue of purity and impurity within the...

I love reading. I have always loved reading. When I was a kid, I would save up many weeks worth of allowance just so that I could go to the Scholastic Book Fair and buy more than a silly eraser (though I still bought those)....

You might ask yourself, why bother getting involved in serving? I’d like to share some of my own experiences in the hopes that it encourages you to consider getting involved and serve the church body once we’re all back together again.   When I became a Christ...