Ed Willms

Life Hacks: Humbling Yourself

No one enjoys spending time with a conceited or arrogant person; Pride is not an admirable character quality. So how can we avoid it? What is the antidote to it? Listen here as Guest Speaker Ed Willms continues on in our series called “Life Hacks” where we are studying the Book of James. What does it look like to humble ourselves?  Find out now!

No one enjoys spending time with a conceited or arrogant person; Pride is not an admirable character quality. So how can we avoid it? What is the antidote to it? Listen here as Guest Speaker Ed Willms continues on in our series called “Life Hacks” where we are studying the Book of James. What does it look like to humble ourselves?  Find out now!

A Cry For Help

Guest Speaker Ed Willms brings a message titled "A Cry For Help".  Ed is the Executive Director of the Ontario Conference of Mennonite Brethren Churches, and we are excited to have him back for another visit!

Guest Speaker Ed Willms brings a message titled "A Cry For Help".  Ed is the Executive Director of the Ontario Conference of Mennonite Brethren Churches, and we are excited to have him back for another visit!

John Mark’s Story

Ed Willms, Executive Director of the Ontario Conference of MB Churches, shares the story of the New Testament character John Mark.

Ed Willms, Executive Director of the Ontario Conference of MB Churches, shares the story of the New Testament character John Mark.

Desperate Times

Desperate times call for desperate measures. If we want something bad enough, we will do whatever needs to be done to get it.  And it’s no different in our spiritual journeys either. If we want to experience all that God has for us in our lives, we need to get desperate. So what if going “all in” in for God requires us coming face-to-face with our spiritual desperation? Maybe it’s time to get desperate.

Desperate times call for desperate measures. If we want something bad enough, we will do whatever needs to be done to get it.  And it’s no different in our spiritual journeys either. If we want to experience all that God has for us in our lives, we need to get desperate. So what if going “all in” in for God requires us coming face-to-face with our spiritual desperation? Maybe it’s time to get desperate.