About Our Content
We never know the depth nor width of the roots of an old tree, until we start digging.
For Canada, those roots go as deep as the early years of exploration and discovery. They extend to the Reformation in Europe. They spread further by colonisation through both Britain and France. They continued to spread with the establishment of The Fur Trade, and other economic activity, and eventually gave birth to the Dominion of Canada.
Join us on an exciting journey of exploration and discovery. Read our blogs which give insights to the chronological development of our Dominion. Get a group together for an 8-week module and intimate Facebook Live sessions. Here: https://christianrootscanada.org/product/module1_20/
As you begin to put the pieces together, you will be as filled with marvel and awe at God’s Sovereign rule over our nation as I (Lynette) have been and continue to be.
Living in Pittsburgh temporarily, has made Canadian History come alive for me (Lynette) as I drive by Fort Duquesne regularly. If this French fort was not won by the Americans in the French-Indian war, Canada as we know it, might still extend from the mouth of the St. Lawrence to New Orlean as New France. But the war was won and Canada (as New France) was relegated to North of the Great Lakes.
I am sooo excited to share my knowledge with you all. And while I am here, if you would like to visit and explore Pittsburgh and surrounding States to help understand Canadian History, I would be happy to talk to you about it.
About The Authors
Lynette and Tim Bloedow are Canadians living in Pittsburgh.
Tim worked ‘on the Hill’ for more than a decade. Lynette taught Canadian History to Homeschoolers and arranged their Parliament Hill Tours for six years before moving to Pittsburgh.
Tim is in Seminary and Lynette continues to teach Canadian History from a Christian Perspective, online. Lynette does the research and writing, while Tim edits, advises and encourages.
Our mission is to Educate, Equip and Empower Christian Canadians with the knowledge of our Christians roots, and its significance in the founding and development of the country. We hope that this generation will tell the next generation about their forebears who laid a solid Christian foundation for the Canada they know and love today.