I first met him a few months after beginning my ministry in Chatham, Ontario. By the time I came on the scene, he had been diagnosed with brain cancer. The suddenness and the seriousness of that diagnosis led him and his wife to search for answers for the here and now, as well as for eternity. Continue reading “A Man Named Tom”
I remember it like yesterday. All that I knew about life was from a very distorted perspective of the true biblical Christianity. There was nothing about God who loved me so much that He sent Jesus on a rescue mission for me! I have never recovered from that undeniable truth! Have you?
Before I began this journey of faith began in August, 1977, I was oblivious to the truth that Jesus Christ, the Son of God, paid the penalty for my sins so that I could be restored to a right relationship with God. “Amazing grace, how sweet the sound that saved a wretch like me!”
For many people the issue of trusting someone else is huge. They have learned that the only one they can and should trust is themselves. As a result, they live with doubts and fears burdened with the worries of when the next proverbial shoe will drop. Continue reading “In God We Trust”
The life of faith is an adventure like none other. This coming January 16th, I will celebrate yet another birthday. They seem to come all too frequently these days. One thing that I never tire of is seeing how God leads us, no matter how old I get. There are turns and twists, unexpected surprises and discouraging situations. It reminds me of the eleventh chapter of the book of Hebrews in the New Testament. Continue reading “The Adventure of Faith”