When someone told me about the Irony of God in the Bible, it seemed absurd to me, people can be ironic, but God? How could a God who is holy, good, loving, just, omnipotent, and sovereign, be ironic? I couldn’t wrap my mind around this....

Surrender.   Many beautiful songs have been written over the years that speak of our need to die to self and live for Jesus. It’s biblical. It’s necessary. It’s hard.   “Rid me of myself I belong to you” “Here I am, down on my knees again” “Whatever my lot, you have taught...

When my family first started attending Redemption back at Banting, we came from a small church where we were involved in almost everything. We were tired and ready to take a step back and just attend church for awhile. Well, this didn’t last long as...

Written by Tomi Ladele   There he was, a young kid, alone, 3,000+ miles away from his parents and everyone he loved in a new, foreign land, Canada. Fast forward to today, a decade later, it is evident that everything I did and everything that’s happened to...

Written by Natalie Paterson   When I moved to London almost five years ago, I would have never believed that God could use one ministry so much in my life. I had moved to London to go to school, and it wasn’t really in my plans to...

I sat down one morning praying and thinking about what to write for our new “Reflections” section of our website for our church family. The staff had decided these reflections should be sort of some of our personal thoughts or experiences in our ministries and...

People have asked me about the process of making or writing a sermon. I have taught workshops and entire days about the process of creating sermons. I thought perhaps in this unique time we are in, as part of our “Reflections” section as we seek...

There is a recurring theme in the New Testament. Well, to be honest, there are many recurring themes in the entire Bible. However the one I want to reflect on today is the one that you probably caught on to with the title of this....

This week marks the fourth week in our official fight against the Coronavirus by self-distancing at home. There are many of us who have now moved the office to the bedroom or the classroom to the kitchen. Schedules have been rearranged. Plans have been altered....

I don’t know what it’s been like at your house during this lockdown, but ours, at times, has been how might you say, interesting? We’re normally a busy house of four working adults, who are always coming and going, and most often just see each...