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'Take Heed' Bible Conference 2016

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Take Heed

Please join us this October 29th(2016) in Regina, SK, Canada for the "Take Heed" conference. We speakers have been asked to prepare talks on the subject of Doctrinal Error, Apostasy and the horrible teachings that currently threaten the evangelical church.

When: October 29th, 2016 Doors open at 8:45am

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Friends with Jesus

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Jesus Friend

No one reading this could possibly say that they’ve never been in a relationship. I don’t mean a romantic relationship like boyfriend, girlfriend or spouse. I mean relationships such as friends or family. We all have a family, and we’ve all had a friend at some point in our lives.

So what makes a friend a friend? What is so special about friends?

Proverbs 18:24 says, “A man of many companions may come to ruin, but there is a friend who sticks closer than a brother.”

The inference of the passage is that there is a difference between a companion and a friend. When we ask this question of ourselves, different ideas flood our minds as to what the difference between a companion and a friend is. I’ve heard a comedic one-liner which says, “Friends help you move, but real friends help you move bodies”. While slightly morbid, it does drive home the point that ‘real’ friends have a much deeper relationship with us then just companions. In essence we share our lives with our friends, but only share moments with companions.

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Canada Votes

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Canada Votes

Elections should be about what we are for rather than what we are against. So, when I hear about people who are wanting to “vote strategically,” the irony is not lost on me. The truly strategic thing to do is to vote for a party who you believe will actually take this country in a better direction after getting elected. Strategic voting to just 'oust' someone, does nothing except possibly put someone in power who has no real plan for the future.

You can 'strategically' vote and have a chimpanzee end up as prime minister, and while you may have successfully ousted the other guy, you now end up with a chimp for prime minister. Bananas.

Vote for the person in your riding whom you think will make the best positive changes in your riding. Vote for the person that you think will benefit your family more in the long run. That's how democracy is supposed to work. Fear mongering, guilt and peer pressure voting defeats the whole purpose.

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