I was in a hospital waiting room a couple of weeks ago and there on the television set was a report about the number of accusations of sexual assaults on minors in the Montreal area. In 2015, the number of reported sexual offenses against minors had increased. In the program, the journalist interviewed a sex... Continue Reading →
Un article écrit par Jocelyn Richer le 31 août dans Le Devoir, a déclaré le nouvel agenda pour le ministère de l’éducation concernant l’éducation sexuelle. Dans l'article intitulé «Aucune exemption du cours n’est envisagée» (voici le lien: http://m.ledevoir.com/#article-448859), nous apprenons que l’éducation sexuelle, pour le ministre, a la même importance «que le français et les... Continue Reading →
Today we see many standing against bullying, and rightfully so. The anti-bullying campaign is a growing voice whose goal is to stop those that find joy in intimidating, controlling, and hurting others. It seems like every week I see an article about another person being bullied at school, work, or in their neighborhood. The articles... Continue Reading →
A few days ago my church finished 3 weeks of sports camps for children in our region ages 5-15. It is the single largest outreach activity that our church conducts. This year we saw God work in the lives of many people. In our first week of camp I noticed something very interesting. Our camp... Continue Reading →
I am so grateful for the courage of Jason Engle to post this much needed post. In my humble opinion, I think this is the best article that I have ever read on this debate. May ever follower of Jesus heed all the wisdom Jason gives. Finally, a breath of fresh air when it comes to this subject. AMEN BROTHER!
My good friend and partner in the gospel, Ron Young (Church planter in Quebec), posted an article on Facebook this past week by Dr. Albert Mohler. The article is linked below, but offers an overview of the evolution of public education.
This evolution has not been a good one, and Dr. Mohler clearly offers a solemn warning to parents whose children roam the halls of public schools in the present day. I very much appreciated Ron posting the article, and even more the brief discussion that followed.
As I continued to think through that conversation and this issue, I sat down and began typing some of my thoughts out. I understand this can be a touchy subject for many, but I also believe that just because an issue is touchy shouldn’t mean that we as believers have to avoid it. I hope that you will see in my thoughts below…
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