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Special Needs Children – Gifts from God

Note from the Society for Protestant Reformed Special Education: In thankfulness to our heavenly Father for his special children he has given to us and knowing as we read in John 1:3 “All things were made by him; and without him was not anything made that was made.”  We believe that all our covenant children […]

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Redemption’s Snowy Apparel

Swirling, twirling, beautiful to witness, Landing gently with covering swiftness. Carried by the wind of him who breathes forth. Glist’ning, Settling South, East, West, or North.   No knowing where it has resolved to stay, Swooping here and there, perfect in its way, Generously bestowing its light cloak On manifold vessels, with caring stroke.   […]

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How Is It that We Obey?

There is an idea that has circulated among different Christian groups through different times and ages. It involves the question of how it is that we obey and also then how we do good works. The Christians who hold to this idea commendably exert great emphasis on the importance of grace and the importance of […]

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Fellowship with Unbelievers

Question: How would you respond to those who like to have fellowship with unbelievers? They argue that we are called to be the light, and in order to do so we must send our children to public school and fellowship with unbelievers.   Answer: It seems to me that there is confusion here. There is […]

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A Hot Topic

What is the second most popular item in the news beside the recent election and its aftermath? Climate change. Climate change is very politicized and fiercely contested. More and more it is a hot button issue that politicians feud over. Recall seeing any of these headlines? “Obama bans new oil drilling in Arctic Ocean,” “Trump […]

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The Daily Press

February 8 – Wisdom Without Price Read Job 28 Last August our family camped in the Rocky Mountains.  As we drove to a trailhead one afternoon, intending to hike to a nearby waterfall, we passed a gaping hole in the side of a mountain.  Aha!  This must be the gold mine that a camp volunteer […]

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