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The Reformed Witness Hour

Last summer I joined the Reformed Witness Hour Committee and became one of fourteen volunteers from five different Protestant Reformed churches to serve on the committee. This number includes our present radio minister, Rev. Haak. I thought it would be a good idea if someone from our committee would write an article on our work, […]

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Our Radio Broadcasts

The growth of the use of radio broadcasting as a medium to wit­ness to the truths of the Reformed faith is emphasized by the recent observation of the three hundredth broadcast of the Reformed Wit­ness Hour in Grand Rapids, Mich­igan. Much has been accomplish­ed since the first broadcast was aired, and we are grateful that […]

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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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Reformed Witness Hour

It was on November 12, 1941 that the Reformed Witness Hour went on the air for the first time.  The program was known as the Protestant Reformed Hour and Rev. Hoeksema spoke upon the theme: God is God.  Sunday, November 17, the Reformed Witness Hour will be broadcast for the 200th time.  Perhaps some of […]

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Reformed Witness Hour

An hour dedicated to the purpose of witnessing to the truth of the Reformation, to the Reformed point of view as we confess it.  Titles such as God is God, The Wonder of Grace, Rejected by Men, Totality of Depravity, Saved by Grace, The Amazing Cross, testify as to the faithfulness of the program to […]

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On the Air!!

“This is the Reformed Witness Hour.”  At four o’clock every Sunday afternoon these familiar words ring through the air!  But why should they?  Are there not enough religious programs on the air already?  Why should we, such a small denomination, take upon us the additional burden of broadcasting just another religious program?  Indeed, it is […]

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