Hedzer Hiemstra

About Me: 

Canadian Citizen/Dutch/Frisian immigramt to Canada 1968

Served CRC as Youth Elder, Elder and Deacon

Presently serving as  Pastoral Care Worker






Enjoying reading, video games, hiking camping,travelling, SAILLING

Enjoying internet The One Year Bible Journey and the Chronological Bible Journey  .

Seeking opportunities to reach out and invite people to enter in relationship with Jesus Christ our Lord.


  • Keep it Simple, Avoid legalistic roadblocks to our Lord. Christ died for the ungodly and all the sinners in this World.  We shall be saved by His Life. Go baptize your grandchild with the...

  • Spontaneous, Natural, Physical ResurrectionBy rey | Published: July 12, 2011

    Oh the universe is full of amazing and wonderful things and very few subjects have been the source of more fiery...

    posted on: Genesis - Again!
  • ““Ah, Sovereign LORD, you have made the heavens and the earth by your great power and outstretched arm. Nothing is too hard for you.” Jeremiah 32:17 NIV

    posted on: Genesis - Again!
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    Ezekiel 37:5
    This is what the Sovereign LORD says to these bones: I will make breath enter you, and you will come to life.

    Ezekiel 37:6
    I will attach tendons to you and...

    posted on: Genesis - Again!
  • I was looking for something specific concerning the Holy spirit and came across this RC Church handout 

    I would love to see a similar CRC Baptism handout specific ...

  • Diane Dekker "Author of Two Trees of Knowledg...(Kansas) - See all my reviews

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    This review is from: The Tangible Kingdom: Creating Incarnational...

    posted on: Tangible Kingdom
  • This review is from: The Tangible Kingdom: Creating Incarnational Community (Jossey-Bass Leadership Network Series) (Hardcover)

    As the previous review pointed out, the strength of `The...

    posted on: Tangible Kingdom
  •  We  need to restructure the eldership indeed and should build more flexibility in the church order. 

    There is clearly a need to distinguish between pastoral elders and administrive elders...