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Exciting Week at Convention

We as Christians live in a world that is increasingly wicked. As young people, the pressure of the world’s temptations is always pressing upon us. From the temptations on our Snapchat accounts to the constant comparisons of Instagram, and everything in between, it is easy to see how this world is not so different from […]

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Safety in the Ark

The Flood is history. The same kind of carnal unbelief that said in Noah’s day, “there will be no Flood,” says today, “there was no Flood.” Both are rooted in the love of the world and hatred of the God of Jesus Christ, truth, and judgment. The church must proclaim the history of the Flood.  […]

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2019 YP Convention Discussion Group Outline #1—The Signs of the Times  Rev. David Noorman    With a simple prophetic reference to the destruction of the temple (Matt. 24:2), the disciples’ minds immediately went to the end of the world, “Tell us, when shall these things be? And what shall be the sign of thy coming, […]

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Discussion Outlines for 2018 YP Convention

Theme Verse: Psalm 73:24, “Thou shalt guide me with thy counsel, and afterward receive me to glory” I. Guided in Our Relationships 1. Read Ephesians 4:1–13. 2. 1 Timothy 3 talks about the attributes that should be seen in a deacon. This passage does not focus on the personality of a deacon, but rather his […]

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Convention Impressions

The 46th annual Protestant Reformed Young People’s Convention sponsored by our South Holland church in Illinois was one with many good and lasting memories. It’s always hard to say good-bye to friends, new and old, who live thousands of miles away, but when I think back upon the good times we had and the things […]

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Time And Change

Are busy ever. How true it is as we look round about us. Not so long ago the trees stood newly adorned with young buds and fresh leaves, the verdant fields were alive with the cheery voice of the birds. The summer season was at hand and many seasonal church activities were drawing to a […]

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