October 2014 is the 1st year anniversary of the new “Pointes of View.”
To everyone who has visited this site and read a post, commented and shared it…thank you!
My commitment is to use these posts to help YOU grow.
To do so I want to better understand you and your challenges, interests and worldview.
I’ll be in touch shortly with a survey to help better serve you.
Here are five posts of the past twelve months…
The Top 5 All Time Pointes Of View Posts
I’ve been counseling couples for 34 years – just one year less than the number of years my wife has been reminding me that I am a lucky man.
Here are 13 things to stop doing that can be the start of something fantastic for your marriage.
2014 is a year of Courage at North Pointe. Theme Bible verse: “Be strong and courageous. Do not be afraid; do not be discouraged, for the Lord your God will be with you wherever you go.” Joshua 1:9
“Courage does not always roar; sometimes courage is the quiet voice at the end of the day saying, ‘I will try again tomorrow.’ Mary Anne Radmacher
#3 – 25 Top Quotes (1886 views / 136 shares)
The right words at the right time can inspire a breakthrough in your life.
A quote can have the power to get you through a bad week or the courage to pursue your dreams.
Here are 25 quotes you’ll want to read.
#4 – Four Things I Told My Sons Before They Got Married (1,773 views / 263 shares)
On Saturday July 26, 2014 I had the privilege of officiating our firstborn son’s wedding. It was a tranquil setting on his fiance’s family’s farm, near Delmas, Saskatchewan.
Four years earlier on May 29th, I had the same pleasure at our youngest son, Jean Marc’s wedding in Edmonton, Alberta.
I am proud of my sons and happy for them and their spouses. There were four things I told them before they got married.
Being a pastor is not something to which I aspired. It certainly wasn’t a childhood dream. By nature, I’m a loner. (My teenage ambition was to be a hermit. Really) By nurture, I’m a people person.
I’m like a turtle on a fence post. When you see a turtle on a fence post you know it didn’t get there on its own – someone put it there. My fence post is a platform for sincere respect and genuine love for the people God has entrusted to my care.
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