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March 23, 1567

It was Palm Sunday. But there were no triumphant shouts in the city of Valenciennes on this day in 1567. No songs of celebration rang through her streets. The Word was preached. It was preached in boldness and in truth by one of her faithful pastors, Guido de Brés. But that was the only sound […]

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Guido De Bres

In 1522 the family of John de Bres celebrated the birth of their son, Guido. Guido de Bres had three brothers and one sister. Guido went to school in Mons and then was apprenticed to a glass painter. While he worked, he heard snatches of Reformation truths and stories of Protestants being burned or beheaded […]

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Guido De Bres

In 1522 the family of John de Bres celebrated the birth of their son, Guido. Guido de Bres had three brothers and one sister. Guido went to school in Mons and then was apprenticed to a glass painter. While he worked, he heard snatches of Reformation truths and stories of Protestants being burned or beheaded […]

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Our Confession of Faith

  ITS AUTHOR During the sixteenth century, many severe persecutions were launched against the Protestant Reformers. The strength of the Reformation was tried in its very infancy, and because the movement was born, not of men, but of God, grace was given in abundance to the people of God to faithfully endure this era of […]

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