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The Reformed Witness Hour

Does the radio have a place in the mission endeavors of the Protestant Reformed Church?  That question is often raised, and all too often it is answered in the negative.  The question in itself is a just one:  for if the radio cannot be used in mission work, we should stop using the radio as […]

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A Reminder: Be Carefree

The new year is upon us. What did you think New Year’s morning? While you waited for the bells and whistles that sounded the beginning of a new year, or while you slept away the waning hours of the old year and slept through the dawning hours of the first day to the new year, […]

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The Thanksgiving Tradition

Beacon Lights and Thanksgiving Day.  Or should we say, “Protestant Reformed Youth and Thanksgiving Day?” Yes, it is November: and your magazine, seeking to conform to times and seasons, must express itself in regard to this American tradition of one Thanksgiving Day each year.  What is your and my attitude toward this custom?  What should […]

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Steadfastness in the World

It was a well-executed move on the part of the host society, South Holland, that they invited one of their former pastors, a man who had played a part in setting the convention machinery for 1945 in motion as he himself remarked by way of introduction, to assume the role of after-dinner speaker on the […]

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The Church and Modern Youth

“What must we do about our young people? They’re going to the dogs. Something must be done.” Such is the almost frantic sentiment of older people today. I, although belonging to the group called “youth”, agree with this sentiment; but I take a more definite stand.  I believe that the church is the corrupt tree […]

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