My name is Richard Brown, and I live in northern Ontario, Canada. I studied at Tyndale College University and Seminary, formerly Ontario Bible College and Theological Seminary, as well as several other institutions. Once ordained in the Reformed Presbyterian Church General Assembly, I returned to my career as a power engineer/millwright. I also like to fly and am working on my private pilot’s license, although with no plans for a career change at this time. I also have studied for the helicopter license with some flight hours accrued.

I am exploring the possibility of once again being involved in church ministry. The reformed faith is very scarce in northern Ontario. The need is great. This is not a traditional blog-if there even is such a thing. It is not about my daily routine etc., which really isn’t that interesting. This site is about reflections on the scriptures, which I hold to be the infallible inerrant word of God, which I am expanding to confessions and catechisms of the Reformed church, and worldview studies in the future. I started to post them on my Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100006432868532 but have had a vision to start this as a separate work. I hope you will be blessed in your visit here.

As part of making this blog more appealing and user friendly, in the Lord’s good providence I came upon the work of Rachel Gray, and her ‘Thousand Word Graphics’. I cannot recommend her work enough, if you have come to this blog before June 2017, you will notice the vast improvement which she has given to the site. I look forward to working with her again. Great work!

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