Edward Tigchelaar

About Me: 

Graduated from Calvin College in 1967 with Science and Business majors. Married (1965) to my high school sweetheart Karen, and we have 3 children and 7 grandchildren. 100% control of the oldest and largest privately owned Leasing Company,since 1978. Live 5 months in Senoia Georgia and 7 months in Ontario.

Interests: 

Outdoor interests which include cottage activities such as boating, ATV trips, fishing and in winter,snowmobiling. Enjoy reading authors such as Lewis, Pascal,Lucado.

  • Second sentence of comment made by Edward Tigchelaar on December 16, 2018 should read as follows:   The remaining 1.3 Billion would NOT commit this atrocity but 85% of this group will condone the...

  • You are onto something worthwhile.   I encourage you to pursue exploring the issue(s) raised in this article 

    by Paul VanderKlay!!

  • Sirs/Madams

    Predictions of catastrophic Global Warming (aka known as Climate Change) are based on models that Charles Krauthammer said  are" inherently flawed and forever changing"    In  ...

  • Norman;   Could it be that the feeling of malaise that comes over many members when the word "Classis" is mentioned has it origins in the growing detachment Christians appear to have toward "...

    posted on: Connection?
  • I have not read the book, but from the general description of the content, it may be a necessary read for those interested in helping others, particularly in third world countries.   I served on...

  • George:    You hit the ball out of the park with this excellent piece.  Sincerely,  Ed Tigchelaar

  • Danielle:   With respect to Islam "being a religion"  I was also of that understanding at one time,  but found that  Barnhardt's use of the  word 'masquerade'  (refer to Hebrews 4:12,13) made the...

  • If, as stated elsewhere, a majority of leadership is struggling with serious issues of sin, people in the pew will become disheartened, disinterested, disengaged and the membership will go into...

  • Pastor Dekker:

    The compassion and understanding that permeates your posting confirms you have seen a lot of pastoral failings in your 35 1/2 years of ministry.   I am certain your family,...

  • Thanks for  your input Greg.   There is absolutely no need for you to be sorry.  As you correctly concluded, "Ami" is given as  a pseudonym. The author (whoever he is) likes to be assured he can...