The Pundit’s Pulpit

The Pundit’s Pulpit Trying to make a difference and encourage action instead of talk.

  • Prepare Our Hearts
    by jamesgreenwoodblog on July 6, 2019 at 7:40 pm

    Recently, what was planned as a casual day in the office turned into a day of running around and getting my hands dirty. Before noon, I looked at my nice grey golf shirt and noticed it had more colours on it then when I first put it on. I was not prepared for the day … Continue reading Prepare Our Hearts &rarr […]

  • Honour the Helpful
    by jamesgreenwoodblog on June 8, 2019 at 11:26 am

    Two London street preachers have made headlines for yelling abusive and insulting words, mostly at women, and being charged with disrupting a church service. Many have asked why two Christian men would cause so much chaos, and some have answered by revealing the sermons they listen to come from the 1940s and ’50s when women … Continue reading Honour the Helpful &rarr […]

  • What Legacy Are You Leaving
    by jamesgreenwoodblog on May 4, 2019 at 11:39 pm

    I just officiated a funeral for a gentleman who was 100 years old and I began to think about all the events in history he would have seen. From growing up in the Great Depression to seeing the effects of the Second World War, plus the advancements of technology to the point that he probably … Continue reading What Legacy Are You Leaving &rarr […]

  • Thankful for One Crowd
    by jamesgreenwoodblog on April 13, 2019 at 5:39 pm

    Holy Week is always an interesting time, especially if you look at the bigger picture. We start off on Palm Sunday this weekend, a day when a crowd celebrated and rejoiced over Jesus, as he rode into Jerusalem on a donkey. By the time we get to Friday, many from that same crowd are shouting … Continue reading Thankful for One Crowd &rarr […]

  • Disconnect to Connect
    by jamesgreenwoodblog on March 9, 2019 at 12:51 pm

    I recently sat in a waiting room and watched as two parents, probably in their 50s, feverishly busied themselves on their cellphones, while their teenage son sat staring at them. This perplexed me because it seemed like it would be the other way around. However, it made me consider a few things. My generation grew … Continue reading Disconnect to Connect &rarr […]