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Sunday School in the Protestant Reformed Churches (3)

We have, in the past two issues, said quite a bit about Sunday School but virtually nothing about Sunday School teachers. If Sunday School is important beyond what it does for parents, then the caliber of the teachers is extremely important. The effectiveness of the instruction given during the Sunday class session is going to […]

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Sunday School in the Protestant Reformed Churches

This is the second of three articles by Mr. Doezema on the topic of Sunday Schools. (2) In the last issue we attempted to show that Sunday School teachers, though not called by God officially through the church institute, do, nevertheless, perform an important work in the church. Through their instruction the covenant seed gains […]

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Sunday School in the Protestant Reformed Churches

Some time ago I was asked to write an article on the Sunday School for the Beacon Lights. That’s a pretty broad subject, of course, so the committee wisely gave me a topic to which I was to address myself. Now, somehow or other, I managed to lose the letter which I had received from […]

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