16 Reasons You Should Not Fear Dana Coverstone’s Dreams

By Sam Caldwell “It is scary to think that there will be more believable false prophets than this man who will come. If the people are so trusting of this simple man, what will they do when greater false prophets arise with signs and wonders? Scripture will be fulfilled and many will be led astray.” –K.H. If youContinue reading “16 Reasons You Should Not Fear Dana Coverstone’s Dreams”

Songs in the Night: BONUS TRACK

Dear friends and family, When Sam was growing up, there was such a thing as CDs. One of the greatest delights in his life was to search for the hidden bonus tracks on CDs. We couldn’t resist. We had to give you a bonus track, complete with Kiara’s laughs in the background. This song tellsContinue reading “Songs in the Night: BONUS TRACK”

Songs in the Night: Song #10: “Jesus, Still Lead On”

Dear family and friends, Here is our tenth song from these COVID days. We pray this post finds you safe and happy in Jesus. These lyrics were sent to us by a dear friend and mentor in the faith. We dedicate this song to her. The lyrics are by the 18th century Moravian, Count Zinzendorf.Continue reading “Songs in the Night: Song #10: “Jesus, Still Lead On””

Songs in the Night: Song #9: “Go, Labor On”

Dear family and friends, Our 9th song is about the Christian charge to “share the good news of God’s salvation from day to day” (Psalm 96). We want to encourage you to “go, labor on” through this song. May this be the soundtrack of our evangelistic lives! Here is a dear old tract about whyContinue reading “Songs in the Night: Song #9: “Go, Labor On””

Songs in the Night: Song #8: “Sing Praise to God who Reigns Above”

Dear family and friends, “Sing Praise to God who Reigns Above” is one of the first hymns in John MacArthur’s Hymns of Grace. I found the old melody very hard to sing, so we have set these majestic lyrics to a simpler melody. This song is a bold, buffalo-roaming reminder to sing praise. Christ diedContinue reading “Songs in the Night: Song #8: “Sing Praise to God who Reigns Above””

Songs in the Night: Song #7: “Himself”

Dear family and friends, This song is a favorite for me and Kiara. The melody was written with our pastor Jeff in mind, because he likes “peppy songs.” We look forward to being back in church, where we can sing this with the guitar strumming and the cajon pressing us onward! The lyrics are byContinue reading “Songs in the Night: Song #7: “Himself””

COVID-19 in Maine, May 2020, Part #4: What about my rights?

Sam Caldwell, May 2020 1) Christians should act like Christians first, and like Americans second (or third or fourth) Our citizenship is in heaven. Our American license and passport are secondary to that fact. Actually, your national status may be even lower in both your and God’s eyes than second place. For example, you couldContinue reading “COVID-19 in Maine, May 2020, Part #4: What about my rights?”

COVID-19 in Maine, May 2020, Part #3: Do churches meet?

Sam Caldwell, May 2020 1) All Christians and all churches should be seeking both to fear God and to honor the king at the same time In the American context, “honoring the king” means submitting to governing authorities. See Romans 13:1–7 and 1 Peter 2:17: “Honor all people. Love the brotherhood. Fear God. Honor the king.” IContinue reading “COVID-19 in Maine, May 2020, Part #3: Do churches meet?”

COVID-19 in Maine, May 2020, Part #2: Is it a hoax? A conspiracy?

Sam Caldwell, May 2020 1) I acknowledge that all news sources are biased Conservative and liberal news sources both alike function on a mixture of common grace and sinful distortion. 2) On the whole, basic facts about reality can be discerned by comparing various and differing news sources Events that are similarly reported by variousContinue reading “COVID-19 in Maine, May 2020, Part #2: Is it a hoax? A conspiracy?”

COVID-19 in Maine, May 2020, Part #1: Resolutions

Sam Caldwell, May 2020 The following writing and videos from Don Currin, Paul Washer, and John MacArthur best represent my current approach to COVID-19. These clips are from almost a month ago, but I believe they are still relevant because they are rooted in eternal truth. Here is my current approach in outline: I willContinue reading “COVID-19 in Maine, May 2020, Part #1: Resolutions”