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Prayer Update April 5, 2019

Before I get to the prayer requests, let me start with a praise report.  Last week I asked you to pray for 1) increased spring/summer enrollment, 2) increased fall admissions for the college and 3) my (Rick) Sunday speaking ministry … Continue reading

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Prayer Update March 29, 2019

Last Friday I asked you to pray for our Heritage Leadership Team as we met for prayer and planning.  I also requested prayer for several speaking opportunities (marriage conference, Sunday sermon).  Throughout the weekend, we sensed God’s grace, guidance, and … Continue reading

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Special Prayer Request

I’ve not posted in a while, as I (Rick) had been in bed with a fever for most of the last five days.  I was slated to teach several classes today and then fly to Winnipeg tomorrow to speak at … Continue reading

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Prayer Update (February 15, 2019)

It’s been quite a week for us in Cambridge.  Like much of the province, we’ve had our share of winter weather; classes at Heritage had to be cancelled on Tuesday due to freezing rain and ice.  In the midst of … Continue reading

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Leaders are Readers

Here’s a  post I recently wrote for the Heritage Seminary Blog. One of my seminary profs, Dr. Howard Hendricks, was known for his pithy, memorable statements.  Here’s one of my favourites: “Leaders and readers.”  I’m convinced Dr. Hendricks had it right.  To be effective … Continue reading

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Prayer Update September 28

I want to tell you about several reasons we are rejoicing this morning.  Please join me in giving thanks to God for these good gifts from the Father of lights (James 1:17). Heritage Preaching Lectures:  Yesterday we had a great … Continue reading

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Tuesdays with Jeremiah (Chapter 3)

In this chapter, God speaks to Israel and Judah using the language of marriage, infidelity, divorce and restoration.  The marriage metaphor runs throughout the chapter, comparing God as a husband and Israel and Judah as his two faithless brides.  The … Continue reading

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