Drs. Akin and Mohler posted this a few years ago and I wanted to repost it. Hope it helps some people. The Salvation of the ‘Little Ones’: Do Infants who Die Go to Heaven? Thursday, July 16, 2009 by R. Albert Mohler, Jr. and Daniel L. Akin The death of an infant or young child…Read More Repost: The Salvation of the ‘Little Ones’: Do Infants who Die Go to Heaven?
So I’m a slacker. I haven’t blogged recently, since life’s been insane. Yup. But what else is new. Just a quick life update: this last year and a half has brought us a new church, a new job, a new house, a rambunctious toddler, some sorrow, quite a bit of sickness, yet overall a blessed…Read More Update
So we’re getting involved in a church here in Dahlonega named Christ Family Church. It’s quite phenomenal to find a church we can call home after coming back to Georgia. While we attended some nice ones in Lawrenceville, one of them was too focused on tradition and the other was too focused on its members…Read More Christ Family Church
So, we’re getting settled in here in good ol’ GA. We’re in the Lawrenceville area hanging with my grandmother-in-law and aunt-in-law (whom I usually speak of as “my wife’s grandmother and aunt” since the alternative is a mouthful). I’m looking for jobs in the area, if anyone is interested. I have my portfolio here on…Read More Will work for, well, money
As some of you know, my father-in-law passed away September 4th. We spent a week in Georgia with the family doing all the stuff one does at a time like that. I’m not going to blog about that. Instead, I’m going to blog about the life of Paul Samuel Kitchen, father of my wife. One…Read More A Faith Lived Out