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 →
Discernment: Separating Truth from Lies
A popular opinion today is, «let’s just believe in Jesus and leave all the rest alone». While that sounds incredibly mature to a tolerance-preaching culture, it is simple not biblical, nor wise.
Be Filled With The Spirit
In my house during the winter, we heat practically only with wood. It gives a nice dry warmth during the Canadian winter cold. From about the first of December until mid March, we almost have a continuous fire in order to keep our house at the temperature that we prefer. When I wake up each... Continue Reading →
Challenges the church faces: Consumer-Driven
It has been a while since I wrote anything on my blog. But, I am hoping to get back into it over the next few weeks and months. In order to help me, I thought I would begin on a small series on challenges the church faces. I love the church. Jesus loves the church.... Continue Reading →
Why Do Good People Go To Hell?
“If I give away all I have, and deliver up my body to be burned, but have not love, I gain nothing.” – 1 Corinthians 13:3 The question is sometimes asked, how could God let a non-Christian, who showed so much love in this world and did so much good, go to hell? This question... Continue Reading →