VARIOUS BLOGS AND SERMONS IN CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER: Trinity Bible Chapel: A Conversation with JCCF lawyer James Kitchen, Pastor Jacob Reaume, and Pastor Aaron Rock, “Conflicting Duties: Christian Worship and the Magistrate’s Quarantine” on May 14, 2020. It can be accessed here. Pastor Will Schuurman, Trinity Bible Chapel, “COVID-19 and Romans 13,” May 23, 2020. Access blog here. Pastor Jacob Reaume, Trinity Bible Chapel, preached “Jesus
An open letter to the executive branches of Ontario and Canada, Municipal Regulatory Authorities, Judges, and all those who may be blessed by our commitment to obedience to our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ who purchased us by His very own blood.
RE: Trinity Bible Chapel’s position founded on the Word of God to remain open and meeting under Threat of Lockdown
I understand that many people are wrestling with these topics and I want to be extremely patient with those that are thinking this through and have not arrived at the same conclusion that I have. Admittedly, it’s taken me a lot of time, study, thought, and prayer over the last couple of months to arrive at these conclusions. And so my goal in writing this
When the government commands us to stop doing something that God commands us to do, what should we do? Who do we obey? The Bible is clear: “We must obey God rather than men.” – Acts 5:29 On the one hand, God commands us to gather for Lord’s Day worship. But on the other hand, the government has banned public assemblies. So what do we
The Lord Jesus suffered so that His gathered Church will worship Him. The magistrate has prohibited gatherings, including the congregational worship of Jesus Christ. The webinar video below (recorded on May 14, 2020) helps us think through the ethical, pastoral, and legal implications of the decisions we face. Are the demands of the magistrate in conflict with the demands of Christ? What are the primary