Missing The Church Today

Our worship gathering was cancelled today. It was a call I made last night after looking at the weather predictions for this morning (a snow storm of about a foot of snow, with wind = yuck). In the 14 years that I have had the privilege of serving as pastor of Église Renaissance Church, I... Continue Reading →

Homeschooling: Secrets Revealed

We have been homeschooling for 14 years. We are grateful for the opportunity we have been given to invest in our children at home. To be sure, my wonderful wife has done pretty much all the schooling. I teach math, and help with a few other minor things, but she is by and far the... Continue Reading →

Four Years and Eternity

An open letter to my fellow American Christian friends: In just a few days from now one of the most talked about elections in the history of the world will be decided. For the past many months we have heard numerous interviews, debates, and opinions on who is the better candidate. Many of us have... Continue Reading →

Happy Reformation Day

499 years ago today, Martin Luther, a German theologian, nailed to the door of the All Saints' Church in Wittenberg, Germany, his 95 theses as a protest to the church’s practice of indulgences. Unintentional at that time by Luther, this would launch the beginning of what is called the Protestant Reformation which resulted a division... Continue Reading →

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