I am a big believer that God uses all sorts of personalities to advance his Kingdom. We see this in Scripture. Biblical figures display a wide array of strengths and weaknesses, cultural backgrounds, and
Dear Readers: Here is my response to the recently published Windsor Star article that announces the Greater Essex County District School Board’s decision to fly the rainbow flag at public schools during the month
The elders council of our church just finished a book study of Pilgrim’s Progress. Authored by John Bunyan and published in 1678 this Christian allegory is chock-full of needed biblical reminders. Here’s one that
I believe in prayer. I practice prayer. I pray because I affirm the sovereignty of God over all of life. I pray to call upon God to display himself in the events of life.
A curious thing is happening in our culture. People are becoming hypersensitive to words. In ancient times we used to fight with fists, knives and other weapons as well as words. Even as a
Many theological debates come and go, but some remain. From the time of my childhood I can recall questions, debates and discussions surrounding the question, "Can a believer truly know they are saved?" Theologically
Why should we value human life? What is the basis of human rights? Why do we mourn senseless murder? Why prosecute war crimes? What’s the point of defending children from abuse? Western Civilization has
We have always been blame shifters. Cain blamed Abel for God’s rejection of his sacrifice (Gen. 4:8). Saul blamed David for his woes (1 Sam. 18:8-9). The Pharisees didn’t deny Judas’ admission of guilt
A few years back I hit a wall. I was tired, stressed and anxious about the prospect of returning to church ministry after a vacation. I shut down; my body felt panicked and weak.