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Genesis 25–50; Exodus 1–4   March 8-–Read Genesis 25 As we were discussing these stories in Bible class recently, a student raised her hand and said, “Would people start dreading being the oldest, because they never actually got the blessing?”  I had never really thought of this before, but she had a point.  There are […]

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The Sword of the Spirit (3): Its Care

Danny and his sister Becky studied a picture of a Roman sword. Their mom gathered their hot chocolate mugs. “It’s almost time to leave for catechism.” “Do we have to go?” Danny sighed as he reached for his boots and coat. “It’s boring.” His mom pointed at the picture of the Roman sword. “All armor […]

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Response to “President Trump”

Dear Readers: I have received the following letter disagreeing with some of the statements I made in my January 2017 editorial entitled “President Trump.” I cast about regarding the best way to reply, and decided to keep my response short and to the point, while at the same time addressing the content. I have decided […]

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Prayers for the LRF

I am a member of the Limerick Reformed Fellowship (LRF), which is a mission work of the Covenant PRC in Northern Ireland. While Northern Ireland belongs to the United Kingdom (UK), Limerick, where the LRF is located, is a city in the Republic of Ireland, a sovereign country independent of the UK. This political difference […]

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Note from the Society for Protestant Reformed Special Education: “Fearfully and Wonderfully Made Day” at Heritage Christian school quickly becomes one of the favorite school days for students and staff alike. On this special day, volunteers pour into the school to present a particular disability to the students, generating in them a deeper love for […]

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A Biblical Perspective on Climate Change

Last month we looked at climate change—what it is and how the world is responding to it. We also considered how God provides for life on earth through the greenhouse effect. This month we look at climate change with a biblical perspective. Although scripture does not directly address climate change, there are some biblical principles […]

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