ISIL and Religious Freedom

This week, the elders of Emmanuel Baptist Church would like to share with you this blog post written by David Anderson (MP for Cypress Hills – Grasslands) on the topic of religious freedom. The following article originally appeared on David Anderson’s blog (http://www.davidanderson.ca/isil-and-religious-freedom/). At a time when the eyes of the world are fixed on atrocities being committed by ISIL

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A Tribute to a Departed Saint

A few days ago, Emmanuel Baptist Church lost one of its most cherished and admired members. Lorna Steele was very petite physically, but she was a pillar of the church in her faithfulness to God and in her deep love for Christ that was evident to all who knew her. She was a sterling example

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Teaching Children

Pedagogy, the art of teaching children, requires devout and serious Christian workers. If we are truly serious about teaching and wish to be successful in the classroom, in large measure it will depend on how well the instructor is prepared and goes about his duties. The teacher who studies well, is growing spiritually, and possesses

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The Persecuted Church

A small green patch covers most of our back lawn.  Next to mine, and lined side by side one after another separated only by rickety fences are plots with just enough space in each for sheds, flowers and patios along with the usual Bar-B-Q and chairs  A tree sits in the corner of my yard

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