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In the last article we noticed the mega-church characteristic of a lack of clearly defined doctrine. In this article we intend to examine another characteristic which mega-churches in general possess a contemporary style of worship. The following excerpts have been taken from an article in The Christian Science Monitor. The lifted quotes detail the style […]

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Integrity

What is integrity? Webster defines it as “stead-fast adherence to a strict moral or ethical code,” “the state of being unimpaired; soundness,” and “the quality or condition of being whole or undivided; completeness.” When I looked up quotes on the Internet about integrity, however, almost all of them were about being true to yourself or […]

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Isaiah 12—A Psalm

Lord I will Thee praise For I have been restored, Thine anger turned away, Thy comfort given, Lord. My strength and song Thou art And my salvation, Who Will keep me from all fears And give me hope anew. Jehovah will I praise For from salvation’s wells He makes me draw pure water, As with […]

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A Church/School Dilemma

The Christian day school is a mainstay of our Reformed heritage. History has shown that when the school is present the church will flourish. What a blessing when church, home and school work together in the rearing of covenant youth. But has it become a reality for many of us that our life is being […]

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Rescuing the Unwanted

At college or public high schools, students will soon need to confront the abortion industry and take a stand for the sanctity of all types of human life. They will be called simpletons and worse, but a witness for God’s sake needs to be made. As a product of this debate, the need for Protestant […]

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Watching Daily At My Gates

Many of you have used the devotionals and we hope to continue providing good devotional material in the future. Writing them, however, is a very big job, especially when one works on four months worth of material. Even writing one month is a lot of work, but it is also very rewarding. I would really […]

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Rev. Stewart is a missionary of the Protestant Reformed Churches to the Covenant Protestant Reformed Fellowship of Northern Ireland. This series is being reprinted with permission from the Covenant Protestant Reformed Fellowship website, http://www.cprf.co.uk/ Volume IX, Issues 15 & 16. Just days before His cross and in the midst of His Olivet discourse on His […]

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Federation Board Nominations

With the convention coming up at the end of June, it is time to start thinking about new Federation Board members. At the convention, delegates from the young people’s societies will vote for a Vice President, Vice Treasurer, Vice Secretary, Librarian, and Spiritual Adviser. The Fed Board has chosen the following nominees, who if elected, […]

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The Islamic Slave Trade

Dr. Peter Hammond of Cape Town, South Africa wrote a long article in the monthly “Christian Action” about the Tslamic slave trade across the Sahara, the Red Sea and the Indian Ocean. He said that while the European involvement in the Trans Atlantic slave trade to the Americas lasted for just over three centuries, the […]

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The Ploughboy (4)

Much work had been done, but much more was needed. The English New Testament was off to the printers, and shipments had already been smuggled into the steelyard of London. But England needed the whole text! And revisions were still a great necessity. Early in the work, William Tyndale knew he would never be able […]

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