Archive for August, 2018

For this weekend reading recommendations (because sometimes Pastors need a break from heavy theological reading) I’m sharing something different: Web comics by blogger RG’S 2 CENTS.

Unlike other comics I review our Christian brother has the Christian worldview shape his comics of an alternative world.

Here’s the web comics you can read online:

This was the first one I read by RG: When Foxes Fly.  Flying Fox?  Yep, a character goes to a new city and meet others and uses his power for good.  There’s a spoof on the Batman movie and King Kong.  In the midst of all the character is a kid whose faith in God is important and an example for the adults.  Check it out here.


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I’ve been slow about saying this online.  An atheist last month came to our church; and vandalized our church front door.


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Here are Presuppositional apologetics’ links gathered between August 15-21st, 2018.

1.)  The Problems of Evil Conference MP3s


3.) Pastor Mike Winger on Presuppositionalism

4.) Cosmic simulation

5.) Would Paul the Apostle Debate Modern Evolutionists?

6.) The Folly of Atheism & Deism

7.) God Doesn’t Believe in Atheists



Missed the last round up?  Check out the re-blogged post from a friend or here or here.

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This is a Christian Home School Lesson Series for first graders on the Solar System that aims to fulfill the Science Content Standards from the California Department of Education.

Lesson 9: Neptune


Purpose: To explore and know more about God’s creation of Neptune. (more…)

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Jeffrey S. Black. Suicide: Understanding and Intervening.  Phillipsburg, NJ: Presbyterian and Reformed Publishing, February 1st 2003. 34 pp.

5 out of 5

Purchase: Westminster Amazon

This is a biblical counseling booklet on suicide that is a part of a series called “Resources for Changing Lives” printed by Presbyterian and Reformed Publishing.  I highly recommend this series of booklets and I have found them very beneficial for my own personal spiritual growth and also as a resource in pastoral ministry.  The specific topic for this booklet is on suicide.  The booklet addresses those intervening and counseling someone who is struggling with wanting to commit suicide rather than addressing directly the person who desire to end his or her own life.  I made the mistake of not reading the subtitle of this work carefully and gave this to someone I was counseling that was feeling suicidal.  Nevertheless when I read this booklet I felt it was a treasure trove of help for the counselor and is jam packed with many insights despite its tiny size.


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Confidence to Answer: A South Bay Apologetics Project just sponsored a one day conference a few days ago on August 18th, 2018 on the issue of “The Problems of Evil.”  It took place at Branch of Hope Orthodox Presbyterian Church in Torrance, California.

The audio MP3s of the conference is now available online!

It seems that although California as a state is very liberal there are Christians who are active in preaching and defending the truth from the last few days of conferences audios we have shared on our blog.

Check out the messages below:


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Pastoral burnout is a real problem.  9 Marks Ministry for their latest journal focuses on this problem.  I think Pastors and church leaders will benefit from it.  Also regular Church members would benefit from it in terms of their own prayers for the church, pastors and ministering to their own pastor.  Church life is a two way street.  You can find it here.

I’m glad they make this journal available for free.

Here’s the breakdown of individual articles.


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