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Jeremy W. Johnston

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JEREMY W. JOHNSTON is a teacher of English and classical studies at Hillfield Strathallan College and a professor of communications at Mohawk College. He holds a master's degree in education and an honours degree in English literature and humanities from the University of Western Ontario. He is the arts columnist for Barnabas magazine, which is published by the Sovereign Grace Fellowship of Canada. He has been involved in Christian education-teaching, preaching and speaking-at local churches and Christian venues for many years. Jeremy and his wife, Laurie, have been homeschooling their four children for over 15 years. They live in Hamilton, Ont., Canada. ...more

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Jeremy W. Johnston This is advice given by another author (can't recall who), but it has resonated with me for many years: "the hardest part of writing a book is writing…moreThis is advice given by another author (can't recall who), but it has resonated with me for many years: "the hardest part of writing a book is writing a book..." So, feed the page, on the daily; get as much down on paper (digital or otherwise) without stumbling over editing and refining (at first). Get into the regular habit of writing a little each day.(less)
Jeremy W. Johnston I am currently working on a book that examines how our current cultural climate can shape and impact the church in negative ways. Christians are calle…moreI am currently working on a book that examines how our current cultural climate can shape and impact the church in negative ways. Christians are called to be "in the world, but not of the world," to be "salt and light," to shape and influence the culture we live in, not simply to conform to it. There is much we can learn from our culture, but there are aspects that Christians need to take a clear stand in rejecting. The book is tentatively called, "Not of this World: Living Counter Culture Lives By the Spirit of God."(less)
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Beautifully crafted creative nonfiction based on the life of the author, Jeanette Walls. The memoir is a balanced and engaging account of a dysfunctional family. The author is critical of her parents' flaws and failings, but also honouring of the spi ...more
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