Ben Levin And How We Respond.

In the last few weeks, many folks have taken issue with Levin's involvement in Ontario's new Health and Physical Education curriculum. Allegations about exactly how much input he had into the actual content are flying all over the Internet. Regardless of how much or little input he had, whether he was truly only an administrator or was the chief author doesn't change the actual content of the curriculum one iota. That's important.

Posted on March 14, 2015 and filed under Bible, Blog, Culture.

Comment Policy for the Eganville Follower.

As a result of the overwhelming response, I thought it'd be helpful to enact a comment policy and explain to some who have been asking why their posts aren't being approved. I'm thankful for all of the discussion we have on here, but it's important to honour Christ in our comments, whether spoken or typed; in agreement or disagreement.

Posted on February 28, 2015 and filed under Blog.

A Christian Parent's Guide to Ontario's New Sex Ed Curriculum.

There has been a firestorm in Ontario surrounding this new, updated "sex-ed" curriculum that is rolling out this coming September. Since our church is full of young kids and young families and because my own daughter in entering school in the fall, I thought it might be helpful to cut through some of the hype and misinformation flying around about what teachers will be teaching, and when.

Posted on February 24, 2015 and filed under Blog, Culture.

Question #2 How To Forgive

I've really appreciated the caliber of the questions I've been getting. Today's question is no different. It too comes from an anonymous asker and is a question I wrestled with at one point myself: "My question to you is how to forgive somebody who has hurt you badly. The Lord preaches forgiveness, and yet I cannot find it in me to forgive. Can I spend my life wishing the worst for this person and still be forgiven?"

Posted on February 18, 2015 .

Ask a Pastor...

Have you ever had a question you wanted to ask a Christian or a Pastor but didn't for one reason or another? Maybe you're a Christian and you don't want to seem foolish or unknowledgeable. Perhaps you're not a believer and you don't want to get sucked in to an unprofitable "argument" online or a shouting match. Maybe you don't want someone to try and "convert" you. But if you've got a question you've never asked but wanted to, now's your chance.

Posted on February 5, 2015 and filed under Blog, Bible.