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August 2017
August 2017

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As a congregation we recently started supporting this couple (pictured below) who are serving Christ through Mission to the World in Belgium. The following is their June 2017 Newsletter:

Le FRANÇAIS Daniel and Katy continue in language school and alternate between feeling encouraged by how far we’ve come and overwhelmed a how far we still have to go. Language-learning, like parenting, requires one to play “the long game”: the foundational work we’re putting in now is what we know will ...


July 2017
July 2017

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The Lord has given us a story full of grace and mercy. We pray that it extends as a blessing of future generations.

I grew up for the first six years of my life in family that went to church, but after my parents’ divorce, we stopped going. My mom, who raised me, is an atheist. My life was full of kids that constantly made fun of me. I felt worthless, unwanted, and desperately needed a friend. The Lord gave me that friend in Ninth Grade. Amy loved me unconditionally. She told me about Jesus ...


June 2017
June 2017

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I was born in Denver, CO, the oldest of five siblings, into a non-churched home. My mother knew it was important for her children to go to church.  She sent us to local churches and store-front church, but she did not take us to church. One more move placed our family across the street from the Denver Seventh Day Baptist Church and next door to the parsonage.  The pastor's wife gave me piano lessons in her home and allowed me to practice on her piano. I loved that church. I loved the church ...


May 2017
May 2017

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(Dr. Jeffrey K. Jue is provost and executive vice president at Westminster Theological Seminary in Philadelphia. He also holds the Stephen Tong Chair of Reformed Theology and is associate professor of church history. An ordained minister in the PCA, Dr. Jue also serves as a visiting professor at Reformed Theological Seminary. He has written extensively on church globalization. Dr. Jue is also a weekend contributor to Tabletalk for 2017.)

Reprinted, with permission, from Ligonier ...


April 2017
April 2017

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“The sacrifices of God are a broken spirit; a broken and contrite heart, O God, you will not despise.” Psalm 51:17

Marvin writes: My years, up to age eighteen, I spent growing up on a Vermont dairy farm. I was son number three in a family of five sons and no daughters. My home life was stable despite the fact that my parents were un-equally yoked: my mother a devout Christian and my father for all of my years at home was a secular moralist. We lived, at least on the surface, by the Ten ...


March 2017
March 2017

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It is good to give thanks to the Lord, to sing praises to your name, O Most High; to declare your steadfast love in the morning, and your faithfulness by night… (Psalm 92:1-2)

Dave and Elva

Dave writes: I grew up in a church that was not “reformed,” but I became more and more *reformed as I read the Bible. I didn't realize how reformed I had become until I was in a Bible study, and someone mentioned that I would probably end up a Presbyterian. To this day, I do not care for altar calls where the same ...


February 2017
February 2017
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It is good to give thanks to the Lord, to sing praises to your name, O Most High; to declare your steadfast love in the morning, and your faithfulness by night... (Psalm 92:1-2)

A few months ago, our church had an anniversary of sorts that quietly slipped by unnoticed (which was fine with me). Though it’s hard to believe, I have now served as the Pastor of this congregation for ten years! And over these years, God has continually proved His faithfulness and steadfast love to me and to our ...