Monthly Archive: May 2014

Review: Always Daddy’s Princess by Karen Kingsbury. [and a give away]

Review: Always Daddy’s Princess by Karen Kingsbury. [and a give away]

I have to admit that I never expected to review a Karen Kingsbury Book….especially for Fathers day.  But that is what is about to happen! Karen Kingsbury ,or more precisely, her PR people, sent...

Switching From 3 Forms to Westminster

Switching From 3 Forms to Westminster

Kevin Deyoung is one of my favourite bloggers and writers.  He is pastor of University Reformed Church in East Lansing Michigan, formerly of the Reformed Church in America.  University Reformed Church has voted to leave the Reformed Church in...

Drifting From Devotion

Drifting From Devotion

  Have you ever drifted in your discipleship? I have. Drifting from devotion is so easy to do, and in the past it was commonplace for me to simply drift.  It is easy.  If I...

Family Worship: advice for busy fathers

Family Worship: advice for busy fathers

This video is less than 2 minutes long.   I hope you are not so busy you can’t take some speedy and wise advice from Joel Beeke.

Why Do You Always Have to Be Right?

Why Do You Always Have to Be Right?

Recently, the issue of the book/movie “Heaven is Real” has come up on a number of occasions.  Let it be known that I am totally against this book and I believe that Christians should...

When Mother’s Day Causes Suffering

When Mother’s Day Causes Suffering

    Mother’s Day. Perhaps some of you mom’s will get to sleep in tomorrow, and Dad will get the kids ready for church. If you are really lucky he may even bring you breakfast in bed...

Heaven is Real & God is Just, Not Cruel

Heaven is Real & God is Just, Not Cruel

I am not setting out to simply discredit a book.  If this book leads people to read the bible and seek Jesus in his glory then I will rejoice.  But that is not what...

Heaven is For Real – but hallucinations are not.

Heaven is For Real – but hallucinations are not.

There is no shortage of warnings from Evangelical Pastors and theologians about this book and others like it.  I get very concerned when discernment is tossed out the window, and a book like this sells...