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Once again, summer is here. In this year, 1955, boys and girls of our young people gather together in our convention for the young people of our churches. It is, indeed, a time of happy and spiritual fellowship for the young people, and many are the pleasant memories of conventions in the past. Expectations run […]

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The Triumphant Word

The Word of God shall triumph O church of Christ, fight on! Though dark the night of conflict Soon shall the morning dawn. The armor of the Spirit In battle shall prevail. Ye struggling saints, despair not, Though gates of hell assail.   The Word of God shall triumph, Though unbelief abounds, Though worldly wisdom’s […]

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The Ideal Convention

Ideals! I have ideals. You have ideals. Yes, I believe we all have some ideals. Some think of the ideal car. Others think of the ideal vacation. Still others think of the ideal job. Yet how many think of the “Ideal Convention”? This, however, is the topic of my article. We hope you have thought […]

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The Hudsonville Young People’s Society is honored to be the host society for the 15th annual convention of the Protestant Reformed Young People’s Federation. This year’s host society is the largest society that Hudsonville has ever had; having a membership of twenty-six young people. Ever since the first of the year, we have been busy […]

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Preparation, Societies (2)

Two issues ago we discussed the place that societies occupy in the church. Now we must discuss the benefits of society attendance. What then are the benefits of societies, and how do they serve the preparation of the covenant youth for his place in God’s church? Most societies are by their constitutions consecrated to a […]

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Distinct in Convention!

The other day, I either heard, or read somewhere, that Chicago is rated as the top, or second convention city in this country. Each year, thousands of conventions of all kinds are held in this metropolis, ranging from those of the major political parties, to those of smaller businessmen and sectarian groups which scarcely receive […]

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