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A Woman’s Role: Preparing for Leadership in the Home

“Though rejecting feminist politics and lesbian posturing, American culture has absorbed the underlying ideology [of the feminist movement] like a sponge.  The principal tenets of sexual liberation or sexual liberalism—the obsolescence of masculinity and femininity, of sex roles, and of heterosexual monogamy as the moral norm—have diffused through the system and become part of America’s […]

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Mothers and Daughters: A Special Relationship

Christian mothers are rightly concerned regarding the growth and development of their daughters.  This is very true as regards their physical needs.  From infancy on we see to it that they are properly fed and receive good nourishment, we look after their clothing, we try to maintain a clean and happy home for them, when […]

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Six Steps to Leadership

There should be no greater concern that occupies the attention of a young man as he goes into adulthood than his calling to take his place in the church.  Therefore, it does us good to consider what is appropriate in that preparation.  We must keep in mind that for young men that calling will be […]

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Television and Drama

I have been requested to write once again on a subject I (and many others as well) have often covered before. I won’t bring up the many objections which are raised against the T.V. even by the world. I won’t try to identify the “good” and “bad’’ programs. I would like to present some principles […]

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Christian Education

As a student in the ninth grade, I have not yet learned all the benefits of a Protestant Reformed education. However, there are a few that my teachers have taught me and that occur to me upon reflection. School is one of the spheres of instruction. Among all the spheres there is one unifying factor—the […]

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Christian Education

Protestant Reformed education has meant a lot to me, for many reasons. First of all, my classmates are Christians. God’s Word teaches us to seek those who love the Lord. One can usually judge us by our friends. In a Christian school, we have friends who trust the Lord. Friends who do not cheat or […]

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Christian Education

There is quite a difference between a school with ten classrooms, kitchen, auditorium, library, art classroom, and faculty lounge and a school with two classrooms and utility room. These are the two schools that I attended. The latter is the Redlands Hope Christian School, which opened in 1975. From these two schools, we have received […]

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Christian Education

I have spent ten yean in Adams Street Christian School. From kinder­garten on I was taught in the ways of the Lord. Besides math, spelling, and many other subjects, I learned how to get along with children my own age and was taught respect for teachers and those in author­ity. Every morning I was taught […]

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The Beauty of Creation

Having just moved from the great Northwest, I have been asked to write for you an article on the beauty of creation. It is certainly true that the northwest comer of our country, and particularly the northwest comer of the state of Washing­ton, in which Lynden is located and where we were privileged to live […]

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The Family

In the Bible the family was estab­lished soon. Adam needed a helpmeet, so God created woman, and out of this union came children, thus completing the family unit. Down through the centuries it has survived as the most stable, enduring, and universal of cultural forms. According to Encyclopedia Brittanica, the family is defined as “a […]

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