- Wet "Humidity hangs like a presence about the graveside . . ."
- (First published in Faith Today, July/August 2000, and awarded Canadian Church Press 2001 first place in the narrative fiction/nonfiction category. Judges' comments: "You take the reader inside the protagonist's mind and body by starting in a place of grief and mystery . . . descriptive detail is sensuous, layered and real." This story is followed by an interpretive theological commentary and qualification.)
- Afloat "Lake spray splattered Shannon's face as the jetski skimmed the surface like skipping stone . . ."
- (First published in Young Salvationist, 1999)
- Delivery "He is an old man. His skin has given up its juices to the smokehouse heat of his summer field, the heat from the cabless, blistered tractor lurching over the ruts . . ."
- (First published in War Cry, 2000)
- The Great Stoop "The large toe on Dale's right foot is throbbing already, on the 8:10 bus to work — because of the new shoes, partially . . ."
- (A short story referring to Lucifer's avarice [Isa. 14: 12-14] and Christ's incarnation [Phil. 2:5-11])
- Blue Genes "'I'll bring her on in!' I yell to Dad, who is loping away through shreds of rotting snow towards Jenny at the far side of the grassland pasture. I want to be alone anyway, and making sure one cow gets back to the corrals is an easy enough job . . ."
- (A short story for teens, followed by brief authorial reflection on the theme of forgiveness)
- Cropping "There is something untimely about the household ficus, Myra muses as she snips another finger from the clutch of roots gnarled up at the end of its stem . . ."
- (A short story about time)
- In the Belly "The rhythmic creaking of an unlatched galley door and the engine's laboured whine were keeping Johanna awake — that, or her clamorous thoughts . . ."
- (A short story based on the book of Jonah)
- Lost and Found
- (Based on the true story of Gelak, whose parents were nomadic herdsmen in Tibet at the time of the Communist annexation, this article compares the main tenets of Buddhism to Christian teaching.)
- Homeschooling and Academia
- (One of more than thirty articles published over five years in the quarterly national Court Report and Communique; republished in 2003 online at http://www.christianity.ca/netcommunity/page.aspx?pid=3246)
- Gone Fishing: The Use of Symbolism in the Early Church
- (An academic article exploring the history of the ichthus and other early symbols)
- The Coffer and its Cover: The Treasure Chest of God
- (An academic article looking at God's gracious image of salvation — the tabernacle's Ark of the Covenant re-pictured in Jesus the Christ, then mirrored in the local church and individual believer)
- The Trinity as Theme in Paradise Lost and The Divine Comedy
- (An academic article considering the emphasis in Milton and Dante on the Godhead's oneness of substance and threeness of persons)
- Genius with a Message
- (Published in Christian History, Issue 75, 2002; available online at http://www.christianitytoday.com/ch/2002/issue75/8.23.html)
- The Seven Moods of Gilbert: Conversion Narrative in The Flying Inn
- (An academic article published in Scholarship in the Plain, a festschrift honouring Dr. Bruce Hindmarsh, 2002)
- Roots and Branches: The Symbol of the Tree in the Imagination of G.K. Chesterton br>
Thesis PART ONE and Thesis PART TWO
- (M.A. thesis, Briercrest Biblical Seminary, published 2001)