Alex Krikke

  • Am I correct by inferring that you suggest a new discussion, this time on the "process"? Me thinks this is a smoke screen to enhance a pre determined outcome. The powers that be are really asking...

  • I think those are very good questions. Allow me to suggest that sometimes, as my late father in law once said, we see too many bears along the paths, meaning of course, we tend to perhaps worry...

    posted on: Volunteer Burnout
  • Thanks Sean, for taking the time to reply to my comment. I think you can form you own interpretation re: the percentage notation. As to the " horse out of the barn", I think it's better to try to...

  • Why can't the"10%" not take a cue from the "90%" and quit pushing this potentially divisive subject?

  • Ok, a final word (from me anyway): we know fully vaccinated people can be carriers of Covid19 or it's variants, so let's not put all our trust in whether we're vaccinated or not. Who's most at...

  • But, Keith, can't you agree that all are sinners including the propensity to lie. To cover mistakes, making wrong choices, in short to do all kinds of evil. The way I see it to have a truly safe...

  • Personally, I don't think it's a good idea to place more conditions on church attendance, or leadership. I was denied becoming an Elder because I refused to get a police check, despite...

  • Greats story, but it does little to help the youth (?) perpetrators. Reluctantly, I'll share a story with your readers. My wife and I were fostering children many years ago. One of our wards came...

  • Good article .......I guess. When I was in my twenties, I was motivated to donate 10% of my income to the church and other charities. I will tell you that I have never looked back on that choice,...

  • So, if 10 out of 100 attend the second service, we cancel it? When we initiate a church plant, would the church planter not rejoice when 10 people attend? Please help me understand the reasoning....

    posted on: Way More Than Twice