Monthly Archives: January 2014

Reformed Church Plant in Richmond?

I’m posting this on behalf of our brother, Pastor Leon Brown, who is attempting to establish a Reformed church plant in southside Richmond.  Please pass this on to anyone you know who lives in that area.  Most importantly, keep them … Continue reading

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God’s Grace for Blended Families

Last year was an especially blessed year for our family.  By the grace of God, our oldest daughter Emma was brought to a saving faith in the Lord Jesus Christ.  This in and of itself was worth rejoicing many times over.  She was baptized in … Continue reading

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It’s a Girl!

A few weeks ago, my wife Hollie went in to have an ultrasound done and we decided that we wanted to know the sex of the child. Some families want to know. Others don’t. We prefer to know simply because … Continue reading

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Babies Are Murdered Here

This evening we watched the newly released documentary film, “Babies Are Murdered Here.”  It was powerful.  It was convicting.  It’s absolutely what the American church needs to see and hear.  Those Christians who are vocal about being pro-life will be … Continue reading

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2014 Virginia General Assembly Session

Today marks the beginning of the 2014 session of the Virginia General Assembly.  We are reminded to pray for all of these men who occupy seats of authority within our State legislature–100 seats in the House of Delegates and 40 … Continue reading

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Happy New Year 2014

I wish all of my readers a happy new year!  I hope everyone had a wonderful Christmas season too.  Lord willing, I’ll be devoting myself to this blog once again in 2014.  My plan is to be more consistent in … Continue reading

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