Archive | April, 2012

Christian Music in Worship

So there is some great music out there, and as Reformed Christians we can rejoice in that fact. But if the issue of music in general can be a contentious one, the issue of the music we use in our worship services can be a cause for even more controversy…

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Contemporary Christian music

Some thoughts on contemporary Christian music (Part 1) By Jim Witteveen I’ve loved music all my life, so when I was approached to write about music for the Reformed Outfitters, I was happy to oblige. I grew up listening to music at home – from classical music, to the marches of John Philip Sousa, to […]

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Dude, Where’s Your Bride?

By Kevin DeYoung As I speak at different venues across the country, one of the recurring questions I get comes from women, young women in particular. Their question usually goes something like this: “What is up with men?” These aren’t angry women. Their question is more plaintive than petulant. I’m not quite sure why they […]

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For The Gals: 8 Principles For Dating

I recently came across a 20-year-old photo of Phil and me when we were dating. I started thinking about how very little I knew about relationships, men, and marriage then.

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The Truth About Marital Compatibility

When it comes to compatibility, my wife and I couldn’t be more different.

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