Some Lessons from Paul by Dr. Gerhard H. Visscher This is Address was delivered at
We retain some mixed feelings about evangelism, particularly on the how of it. And yes, we get discouraged because we don’t see much fruit – and so the temptation arises to quit speaking the gospel or to water down what we say…
Why does the consistory call the congregation to worship twice?
Should infants be baptized? Let’s consider what place children had in the Old Testament and what that says about children in the New.
Is infant baptism simply a (Canadian) Reformed peculiarity that ought to be jettisoned in the name of Biblical faithfulness and unity with fellow Christians? What are the grounds for infant baptism?!
“Are we still as self-consciously Reformed as we should be? Why do Evangelical churches also attract Reformed believers to visit their services or even to join them? Is the Reformed faith missing something? What sets the Evangelicals apart from the Reformed? Can we learn something from the Evangelicals?”
The Christian faith is represented by many schools of thought. Each of these schools teach an understanding of who God is, and how He is to be served.
“Whatsoever our hand findeth to do.” One good deed is more worth than a thousand brilliant theories. Let us not wait for large opportunities, or for a different kind of work, but do just the things we “find to do” day by day.
In an excerpt from a lecture introducing the Gospel of John, Rev Chris Gordon explains the process by which people are saved from sin.
What does the bible say about being a man? What steps can you take to grow in manhood? In this lecture Clarence Bouwman works with scripture to find out.
“Keep a very loose hold on the things of this world. Throw away the muckrake and receive, from Christ, the celestial crown”
“The definition of missional is that we as God’s people turn form inward preoccupation, inward absorption and inward attention to outward service to the world… If your doctrine does not lead you to serve the world do you really believe it?”