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Evangelism Of Our Pagan Kids

My wife and I were discussing this the other day: there are more non-Christians in our home┬áthan there are Christians. We weren’t talking about what happens when, heaven forbid, a child dies, but the fact remains: none of our kids (aged 5, 2, and 1) have accepted Christ, and our oldest is getting to the […]

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Pride, Parenting, and Prayer.

“Man, the enemy’s out in full force today, and you’re nowhere to be found!” Prayers can be funny things. You can compose the floweriest, most doctrinally sound, and poetic piece of intercessory prose and God can answer with an emphatic: “NO.” Alternatively, you can yell at your ceiling in sin and God can unilaterally solve […]

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Sex-Ed and Our Kids

It’s September, and school has already started in most parts of the province. Once again, Ontario parents find themselves talking about fretting over or outright protesting the new Health and Physical Education curriculum. Sorry: “The SEX-ED curriculum”. It’s been a simmering issue all summer, and this past Wednesday’s protests at over 100 Liberal MPP offices […]

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5 Things I’m Learning About Fatherhood.

I’ve been a dad for a while now. “A while”, of course, is a relative term. My daughter was born four years ago, my oldest son turns two this fall and we just added another son a little over a month ago. So to some who’s parenting experience stretches into the decades and involves dating, […]