Last week I found myself in New Haven, Connecticut, home to Yale University. One day while walking downtown, I was approached by a man who asked me a very simple question – “Are you Jewish?” I responded, “No I’m not.” And that was pretty much the end of our brief encounter. I kept on walking […]Read More Conversing With a Jewish Man
I suppose there are many reasons not to vote for Barack Obama in the coming presidential election, but as a Christian, I believe there are two main reasons: Obama’s support for abortion and his support for homosexual marriage. These policies are in direct opposition to God’s Word and yet they form two pillars of the […]Read More Two Reasons Not To Vote For Obama
As a Canadian living south of the border, I have the privilege of celebrating two Thanksgivings – one in October (Canadian) and one in November (American). For all my American friends out there, today is not just Columbus Day; it’s Canadian Thanksgiving. This celebration dates back to 1957 when the Canadian Parliament declared: “A Day […]Read More Happy Canadian Thanksgiving!
The most important thing the people of God can do this election season is to pray. We must pray, “Your will be done” (Matthew 6:10) O God, in this presidential election. We must pray that God would bring glory to His great Name over the next month and in the coming four years. And we […]Read More If my people….will pray
When we think of evangelism often what comes to mind is a particular technique or method to share the gospel with those around us. These methods tend to come and go, with some enduring longer than others. I like the method found in John 9 with the blind man. He simply said, “I was blind, […]Read More Are We Neglecting Something in Our Evangelistic Efforts?