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Blog has moved!

With the unveiling of our new church website we’ve permanently moved the blog to the site.  New posts will be available here: http://www.hespelerbaptist.ca or http://www.hespelerbaptist.ca/media/blog/. Old posts will be moved over shortly. Happy reading! Advertisements

PHOTOS: Best Science Images of 2008 Announced

PHOTOS: Best Science Images of 2008 Announced. – This one received an honourable mention.  It’s a visual of all 63, 779 cross references in the Bible.  Click the link to see the picture, it’s quite something…

Reaching Canadian Politicians to Support Motion 312

Reaching Canadian Politicians to Support Motion 312. – I’ve been avidly promoting this personally for the last few days, and will continue to do so until the motion is brought to discussion and vote on September 26.  PASS312 has an excellent website outlining what the motion is, why it’s important, calls to action (like calling … Continue reading

Tyler and Brenda’s Latest Update

By Grace Alone – Click the link for Tyler and Brenda’s latest blog post, “Cultural Adjustment – Round Two.”

I don’t wait anymore – Grace for the road.

I don’t wait anymore – This is a fantastic post.  If you are a single woman you may especially appreciate these thoughts from another single woman.  Click the link to go the blog or you can read it below. When I was 16, I got a purity ring. And when I was 25, I took it … Continue reading

How does the Bible describe the heart?

Here’s are list of adjectives the Bible uses to describe the heart.  The list is taken from Tedd and Marcy Tripp’s wonderful book Instructing a Child’s Heart (companion to Shepherding a Child’s Heart). The heart is variously described as adulterous, anguished, arrogant, astray, bitter, blameless, blighted, broken, calloused, circumcised, contrite, crushed, darkened, deadened, deceitful, deluded, devoted, disloyal, … Continue reading

A Cure for Complaining

While wading through a whole bunch of paperwork this morning this wonderful sheet was uncovered.  There’s no source as to where it came from but seemed worth re-typing and sharing.  Here you go! Complaining is unbecoming of the true Christian and yet we are proficient at it.  The cure is found in these verses.  In … Continue reading

5 Reasons Why We Should Still Read The Book of Leviticus Today | Scott Fillmer

5 Reasons Why We Should Still Read The Book of Leviticus Today – If you’ve ever skipped over it, never read it, not understood it, or ignored it, this short post might help!

By Grace Alone

By Grace Alone. – Brenda Foss has posted a few updates on her blog since returning to Peru.  We’ll keep linking to them on here in case you miss them.  Once again, clicking the link will take you to the right place!

Pray For Lydia

Pray For Lydia. – You’ve probably heard about Lydia Herrle.  Back in May this 14 year old girl was hit by a garbage truck while getting off her school bus outside of her home on Erb Road.  The link is to the blog detailing the family’s journey and her continued recovery.  The family is a … Continue reading