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Walking in Newness of Life: The Idea

Are you careful about the way you live? Are you concerned that you live a godly life that your life meets with God’s approval? Or are you somewhat careless about these things, perhaps even a bit reckless? There is a great deal of worldliness in the church today. Worldliness in the church means that the […]

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Christian Involvement in Moral Action Movements

The introduction, given by Dr. Monsma, raised several questions con­cerning moral action movements and the problem which they create for Christians. First, there often are no Biblical bases for their defense. Second, can achievements be the same whether performed by a Christian or not? And third, can we, as Christians, join and/or support moral action […]

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Brotherly Love

In this article, I would like to share with you what was examined in the third and final discussion we had at the 1984 Convention. Steve Key addressed himself to the topic of Brotherly Love by first examining who the brother is. What is the meaning of brother? First of all we think of brothers […]

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Convention Reflections

Chaperoning a convention can be a most rewarding experience. By re­warding I do not mean outward praise but rewarding in the sense of personal and spiritual growth. Relationships were made with some of our young people which we feel are beneficial to them and to us. Some have kept in contact with us from our […]

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Education: A Preparation for Life

Seminarian Chuck Terpstra intro­duced this topic for us. He pointed out that our calling is a spiritual calling. Whether it be as a homemaker, banker, business man, minister, or any kind of job that a child of God feels he/she should do. We must put a lot of thought into what we decide to become. […]

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Walking in Newness of Life: The Fruit

Conventioneers, parents and Christian friends, I count it a great privilege to be able to address you this evening. I want to thank my young people’s society for counting me worthy to speak on this occasion. I am the third and final speaker of this convention. There are two things I dislike about that. First, […]

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