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Mark Reimer is the Pastor at Elim Baptist Church. He came to Elim in January 2015 and finds joy in seeing God's word transform God's people. He is a graduate of the Steinbach Bible College (BA) and The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary (MDiv, ThM).
Feel free to contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org
|Posted on 25 August, 2015 at 16:25||comments (0)|
This blog is now moving. It can now be found at https://mwreimer.wordpress.com.
|Posted on 21 May, 2015 at 0:50||comments (0)|
Throughout Christian history, the problem of evil has always been used as an argument against the existence of God. The dilemma is presented like this: If God is both powerful and good, how can there be evil in the world? Or, since evil exists, God cannot be both good and powerful. The perceived problem is that the Bible presents God as both powerful and good. Certainly this dilemma holds some weight and should be answered. However, it struck me the other day that there is a grea...Read Full Post »
|Posted on 1 May, 2015 at 13:45||comments (0)|
One of the thing that Christians are most concerned with is making their lives match the will of God. This can mean one of two things. First, living according to the will of God means to be obedient to Scripture. All Christians should strive to know and conform their lives to the will of God as revealed in Scripture. This is our callign as Christians. Unfortunately, we sometimes spend more time and energy trying to discern the will of God that isn't revealed in Scripture. We approach big and ...Read Full Post »
|Posted on 24 February, 2015 at 13:20||comments (0)|
Part of being a pastor is having the opportunity to hear stories about how people are born. Now, I have heard more childbirth stories than I would have liked, but this is not what I’m talking about. I’m talking about hearing about how people were born again.
I’ve heard it said that we should avoid language of being “born again” when sharing how Jesus saved us because it is “Christianeze”. Unbelievers won’t understand that lan...Read Full Post »
|Posted on 14 January, 2015 at 10:00||comments (2)|
Why do we have four gospels in our Bible? It seems like if the goal is to have the most complete account of Jesus' life and ministry, four separate books would not be the way to go. First of all, the four writers include some of the same stories but each contains stories that are not found in the others. Second, when they do tell the same story, we find that it is really not the same at all, but similar. Do we say that one must be in error? Do we compare the two and decide which one we like m...Read Full Post »
|Posted on 5 January, 2014 at 23:55||comments (0)|
Welcome to our new website! We hope you will find it user-friendly and very informative. Please come back often to see our regular blog posts by Pastor Mark, as well as our current events that are happening in the church.
We will also be keeping up with the Fulbe Missions throughout the year making sure to keep you informed of how our brothers and sisters in Christ are faring.
We will be posting under Ministries the upcoming "Gospel Nights". You can s...Read Full Post »