A vow of silence is so 5th century. Maybe a 21st century monk should be taking a vow of conversation?
As a regular feature here on the blog I will be posting some top three lists that are part of my life... This week: Top Three Questions I Am Asked About The Twins 3. Can You Tell Them Apart? Yes. Julie and I were delighted to see, right out of the chute that Daniel has … Continue reading Top Three Tuesday
Tomorrow I will be at a funeral for Rick Pinczuk, a minister and missionary in the Ukraine. Click here for more information about Rick's work with Slavic Evangelism Ministry. Tonight's Greek homework has special significance in light of that. I am translating John 12: 1-26 and by the time I have reached verse 25 I … Continue reading The Future Becomes Present
It's that time of year again. It's cold enough at night again to put quite a coat of ice on the windshield but nothing a MasterCard can't scrape off. (Where is that scraper anyway?)
I have seen the future of praise worship. Be afraid; be very afraid.
A picture from life. No comment.
The Unite in Worship Conference in Cambridge ON was great.
We worship God because He is worthy of it. We don't congratulate Jesus. We don't place a crown on Jesus head we lay a crown at his feet.
The book of Acts helps us see how special the church was intended to be; "They were together and had everything in common." (Acts 2:44), they met together daily and praised God with glad hearts. In addition to all that, Acts 2: 42 says there were four things that the church were really committed to: … Continue reading A Love of Learning