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The Victory of Faith

Why are you, the covenant youth of the church different, definitely different from the world? Why do you faithfully attend church on Sunday, while others enjoy sports and relaxation? Why do you attend catechism, young people’s meetings of the church? Why do you choose your friends and com­panions from your own church people? Why? Is […]

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The Enemy in Battle

Beloved Protestant Reformed young people: I count it a privilege that I may speak to you tonight. It has been several years since I have spoken at a convention. And to be perfectly honest, I am always a little bit jealous when someone else has this privilege, and I do not. The reason is not […]

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Birth Control – A Christian Alternative?

Dear Mr. Reitsma: I write with reference to the article “Birth Control — A Christian Alternative?” written by Mrs. Karen Karsten in the June-July 1973 issue of Beacon Lights. It is my feeling that she has given our young people some very bad advice and it is my intention to try to counter that ad­vice […]

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Tolerance

Editor Note: The following is the text of an address given at the 1973 Protestant Re­formed Young People’s Convention held in Hope, Grand Rapids. It was given as an introduction to one of the discussion ses­sions. A proper beginning for any topic of dis­cussion would be, I think, a definition of the topic at hand. […]

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The Armor of God

With thankfulness to God and apprecia­tion for young people of God, I am happy that I am able to speak to you this evening on the subject which the host society as­signed me. The subject assigned to me is: The Armor of God. Our venerable Professor H. C. Hoeksema, has spoken to you on the […]

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Convention Review

The 33rd Annual Protestant Reformed Young People’s Convention began as sched­uled on Monday, August 13 at Hope Church. Here conventioneers registered and were given lodging assignments in the afternoon. After supper at “home”, late­comers were registered and then all went to Johnson Park for a sports mixer. Here old friendships were renewed and new friends […]

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