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WWJD

Dear Editor As time and space is amply permissive, please allow these comments. Thankfully, magazines as the one you currently produce still gives voice to the Reformed faith. It behooves me, as a confessing member of a Protestant Reformed Church in the Grand Rapids area, and also as a member of the Universal Church of […]

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WWJD

Dear Beacon Lights, I am writing this letter in response to an article published in the September, 1998 issue of the Beacon Lights. The article proposed reasons why the author felt the WWJD bracelets, popular today, are not fitting for Reformed Christians to wear. The first sentence of the article states, ‘We believe that WWJD […]

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WWJD Bracelets

We believe that WWJD bracelets are not appropriate attire for the Reformed Christian to wear. This idea for the saying “What Would Jesus Do,” originated in 1886 by Charles Sheldon in his novel, In His Steps. The main character in this book wanted the world to be a better place, so he came up with […]

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