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Protestant Reformed Churches

The undersigned was requested to contribute an article on the subject, “What must be the attitude of our young people toward our mission work?” in this August “Missionary” issue of our Beacon Lights.  In this subject the emphasis falls, I believe, upon the work “our”—what must be the attitude of our young people toward our […]

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Missionary Endeavor

Missionary endeavor which has always characterized the Church of God in the New Testament era.  Beginning with the Scriptural records of the missionary activities of the apostles as recorded in the book of Acts and continuing down through the ages, the Christian Church has had a continuous record of missionary endeavors.  In fact, it is […]

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India

We receive a glimpse of Mission activities in India by means of the following letters.  The first is a letter from Rev. A. Petter, Orange City, Iowa, regarding the work of his sister, Mrs. Anna Grundy, in the Missionary Orphan Home in India. ********* Readers of Beacon Lights: The Board of Beacon Lights has announced […]

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Mr. Faber is the Sunday School Superintendent of 1st Church(Fuller Ave.) Having received the assignment to write about the Mission work performed by the Sunday School of Fuller Ave., we shall try to do so without burdening you with many statistics.  It is our fancy that you would be interested in what we learned from […]

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Immigrating To Canada

Canada has opened its doors for immigrants.  Many people from the Netherlands also have immigrated to Canada, or they desire to leave the old fatherland and seek a new home in the immensely large country of Canada, our next door neighbor.  But although millions of people would like to settle in Canada, only a limited […]

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The Reformed Witness Hour

Does the radio have a place in the mission endeavors of the Protestant Reformed Church?  That question is often raised, and all too often it is answered in the negative.  The question in itself is a just one:  for if the radio cannot be used in mission work, we should stop using the radio as […]

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The Reformed Truth Hour

The Reformed Truth Hour is a half hour broadcast conducted each Sunday evening from 9:30 to 10:00 over WJOB Hammond, Indiana.  The program is sponsored by the two Churches residing in Oak Lawn and South Holland, Illinois.  The two ministers serving these churches, the Rev. Martin Gritters and the Rev. Marinus Schipper alternately have charge […]

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Nothing…But!

We really have nothing.  That is, according to the usual standard of judgment, we as a denomination have no economic or social or political power or position.  If you look around and consider all things there is really nothing we can boast of or proudly point out as a matter of greatness.  After all, we […]

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