T.L.P. Episode 45: The Second Most Important Question to Ask Your Kids

Parents ask many questions, but the second most important question you can ask your child is often completely missed. Join AMBrewster as he discusses the question, the answers, and how you can parent your children through the most important decision of their lives.

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https://www.podomatic.com/podcasts/truthloveparent/episodes/2017-04-10T22_00_00-07_00

“Follow Me” by David Platt

“What kind of things do and do not prove the genuineness of saving faith?” by John MacArthur

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T.L.P. Episode 36: Parenting Q&A | an interview with Tim Challies, Part 2

Christian author and parent, Tim Challies is back to answer your parenting questions. You may not have been able to submit a question, but there’s still plenty to learn! Join us as we all strive to become intentional, premeditated parents.

Read Tim’s work here.

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How to Be the Best Everything

This is Mr. Brewster’s last opportunity to host Day Camp Weekly. And though the information shared there is very specific to the Schaumburg Christian Day Camp family, this last video has something very special for everyone.

Please take these words to heart.

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“Do you believe in God . . . .” – Quote

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#TBTB #TBT – Not Faith Related

ThrowBack Thursday

In 2012 a noted snake-handler died.

It was unfortunate, but important to our understanding of faith.

Please read “Snake-Bitten Snake Handler – Not Faith Related.

Not Faith Related

Sentenced to Death for Being a Christian

Sentenced to Death for Being a Christian

You’ve heard it.

The internet is brimming with it (which is a little surprising because normally something like this is swept under the rug by the mainstream media. Even NBC picked this up.).

How must the Christian view this?

What’s the take-away? Continue reading “Sentenced to Death for Being a Christian”

Is Your Faith a Fairy Tale?

Is Your Faith a Fairy Tale

On the road to Damascus he met the resurrected Savior of the world.

His life changed for eternity.

But he had a thorn.

Don’t abandon me yet – this post has nothing to do with Paul’s thorn. But it has everything to do with the reality your faith. Continue reading “Is Your Faith a Fairy Tale?”

It Only Takes a Generation to Die

It Only Takes a Generation to Die

Mayflower Pilgrims

My ancestors came over on the Mayflower. From the record we have of their lives, it’s safe to say William and Mary Brewster were serious about their relationship with God.

And yet as I research my genealogy, my spirit sinks to note that it appears I am, for all intents and purposes, a bona fide 2nd Generation Christian.

My ancestors immigrated to this country and suffered fatal hardships because they loved God, but it didn’t take long before my family tree was indistinguishable from the self-worshipping trees around it. In fact, it became so bad that by the time my parents sprouted, they were some of the first in their families to be born again.

How did that happen? Continue reading “It Only Takes a Generation to Die”

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“The Rage Against God” – from a Former Atheist

“Former Marxist and brother to famed atheist, Christopher; Peter Hitchens’ remarks about his testimony regarding how atheism and its rage actually led him to God.” -Grace Gospel Fellowship-

What I found most stunning about this video is this observation made by Hitchens,

“I would think that most educated atheists are much more likely to be suddenly ambushed in the heart by poetry than they ever are likely to be converted by reasoned argument.”

So, what does that mean for the Christian apologist?

Please note that I have not read this book. I merely found the interview enlightening.

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