Elmira is Ontario’s latest community to look at painting a trendy rainbow on one of it’s streets. Apparently, the Canadian Association of Mental Health has requested that the municipality paint one on a local crosswalk as a show of support for the LGBTQS2+ community. Those letters — LGBTQS2+ — are likely the latest alpha-numeric code
I have been advising parents to pull their children from public schools for several years. The primary objective of education should be to foster Christian virtue in the hearts of children. Apparently this view was once shared by the majority of Ontarians to the point that they had it enshrined in law. Section 264.1.c of
A few months ago, I reported (here) of a Waterloo Region public school teacher who the WRDSB chair censored at a board meeting. Her offence? She questioned whether school officials should be teaching children that hormone blockers are a good idea. She did so while quoting a public school library book that presented hormone blockers
Warning: This will be an uncomfortable read. It is necessary to dispel the whitewashing of sodomy so common today. INTRODUCTION Canada is in a bad place. Almost two years of lockdowns are behind us. People are losing their jobs for refusing vaccinations. Truckers are prohibited from crossing the border, threatening to obstruct supply chains. Small
In case you needed just one more reason to pull your children from public school, watch this full video from a recent meeting of the Waterloo Region District School Board. What a disgrace. King Alfred Academy, a classical Christian academy started by Trinity Bible Chapel, is taking applications for the next school year. And we
Canada’s state broadcaster, CBC, released a disgraceful video a few days ago. In it a media personality, surrounded by a group of very young children, celebrates gay pride. She venerates gay “heroes” to the kids, prompts the kids to jubilation over gay pride, cues them to extol so-called gay marriage, and overtly suggests that it’s
We live in a world that is gayproud. And in that world we must be Christian. But how? Some so-called churches have joined the lemming-run by appointing gay leaders and marrying gay parishioners. Others have remained silent, crossing their fingers to wishfully dream away this high point of moral decadence. Neither one of those are acceptable responses. The first is a sin of commission: committing evil by participating in it. The second is a sin of omission: omitting good by keeping silent when one should speak. I’ve seen others become corrosively bitter. That too is only fighting sin by becoming sinful, so really it’s just joining the parade.
A member of our church recently told a very personal story on his blog. He’s struggled with same-sex-attraction. Instead of indulging his flesh, he is seeking to live a life that honours Christ. The blog is courageous, gentle, and biblical. In response, he’s received hundreds of comments on social media and on the blog itself.
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