Author Archives: Bryce Ashlin-Mayo

Developing Our Palates for Truth in a Fake News Era


Introduction With the increased conversation around Fake News, I thought it would post a short section on discerning truth in a Fake News era from my book “Age of Kings: Pursuing God’s Heart in a Social Media World.” Buy it Amazon. Book Excerpt As we get more and more of […]

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“Age of Kings” Book Release


November 1st marks the release of my newest book, “Age of Kings: Pursuing God’s Heart in a Social Media World.” Age of Kings follows the life and reign of King David, taking my area of interest and academic study (social media and its impact on society) and framing it in […]

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A Personal Prayer in a Global Crisis


Gracious Father, Our world is in distress. Our world is in crisis. My heart is confused. My heart is broken. I wrestle with hatred, the need for vengeance, and the desire to turn my back on the those in need with calculated apathy. Yet, I know that You and Your […]

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Crossing the Social Media Bridge


The following is also published in The Vermilion Standard I have never personally seen Confederation Bridge but I hear it is something to behold. Spanning thirteen-kilometers, the bridge drapes the Abegweit Passage of the Northumberland Strait, connecting Prince Edward Island with the mainland (New Brunswick). It is an amazing feat […]

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Using a Thermometer in Your Marriage


*This following will also be published in The Vermilion Standard Wedding season is upon us and, like many pastors, my weekends begin to fill up with weddings as couples celebrate and commit to each other before their loved ones and their God. During this wedding season, I thought it would […]

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