400 Years Reformation in France

On the first Lord’s Day in September 1998 more than 30,000 Reformed French people came to Anduze and later went outside the town to Cévennes for an old traditional hedge-sermon near the Musée du Desert (1685-1767). This was because it was 400 years ago that the Edict of Nantes gave the Protestants their freedom of […]

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My Trip to Europe

As long as I can remember, I hoped that some day I would be able to take a trip to Europe. So when my uncle, George Knoll, decided to go and asked me to go with him, you can imagine how thrilled I was. He has many friends in the Netherlands, and we both have […]

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