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South Holland Young People’s Society

It was in the year 1932 when Rev. P. De Boer organized our Young People’s Society.  Rev. De Boer was our president for six years.  Then Rev. Vermeer became our president, who labored in our midst seven years.  It was during these years that South Holland held the first Protestant Reformed Young People’s Convention.  We […]

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A Reformation in South Holland

The beginning of our congregation was peculiar in many ways. There were several people in the vicinity of Lansing and South Holland who were not satisfied with the “Common Grace” theory.  So they wrote Rev. H. Hoeksema and he consented to come and speak for them.  At this time the hall in Munster, Indiana was […]

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A Reformation in South Holland

The beginning of our congregation was unique in many ways.  This is the way it started: several people from Lansing, Illinois, not satisfied with the Common Grace position of the Christian Reformed Churches, decided that they wanted to hear the “other side”.  So they wrote Rev. H. Hoeksema whether he would come and how much […]

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