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PRC and Sister-Church News for Sunday, December 18, 2016

On this third Lord's Day of December 2016 we mention these news items relating to PRC ministerial calls, the delegation to the Philippines, and a mission call to India from our sister church in Singapore.

  • Today Rev. R. Kleyn answered his call to serve as third missionary to the Philippines - a call he declined.
  • We remember in prayer Rev. G. Eriks (Hudsonville PRC) as he continues to consider the call to Southwest PRC (Wyoming, MI).

Gospel to all nations

The Contact Committee of the PRC published this note for this week:

A delegation of the Contact Committee of the PRCA, consisting of Prof. Dykstra and Rev. Eriks, traveled to the Philippines this past week.  They will be in the Philippines until December 27, the Lord willing.  The main purpose of their visit is to continue discussions regarding a sister-church relationship between the PRCP and the PRCA.  Rev. Eriks and Prof. Dykstra will also be preaching for churches in the PRCP.  

In connection with that, we find this special note about that delegation in the Provident CC bulletin:

The visiting delegation from the PRCA will accompany Rev. & Sharon Kleyn on their monthly visit to Negros Occidental this week. They plan to leave early tomorrow morning [Monday]. They will hold a Bible study in Bacolod City, and pastors’ classes in Sipalay City.

From the bulletin of our sister church in Singapore, Covenant ERC we find this significant note:

After the ECM last week, Session signed and sent the call letter to Brother Emmanuel Singh. Emmanuel sent the following note acknowledging that he received the call:


Greetings to you in the matchless name of our only Saviour, the Lord Jesus Christ. This is to inform you that I have received the Call letter to be Missionary in India under the headship of our
Lord Jesus Christ and supervision of CERC Singapore. I am truly thankful to God and to the saints in Singapore for giving me the opportunity and support to propagate the Gospel of Grace in
this heathen land, that the Lord may gather His Church in due time. I need a few days’ time so that I can with much prayer make my decision to receive this call as a missionary. Once again
thank you for all things.

Yours in His Service
Emmanuel Singh

Emmanuel will consider the call over the next few days/weeks, and he plans to answer on or before 1 January 2017. If the Lord leads Emmanuel to accept the call, he will be installed into office in
Singapore on Sunday, 8 January. Let us continue to remember our brother in prayer as he seeks the Lord’s will regarding our call.

And from Georgetown PRC's bulletin we learn about another upcoming delegation to Vellore, India:

India Delegation Departure! Prof. Barry and Lori Gritters and Deane and Donna Wassink leave for a three Sunday stay with the PRCV on Dec. 27. This will be Prof. Gritter’s third trip to India. He will be involved especially with the Sola Gratia Program in training area pastors in the Reformed Faith and in the pastoral ministry. He will preach and teach in the PRCV, English congregation, and Village out reach. The Wassinks will assist in all these labors, but especially direct their attention to the GFH and Tamil congregation in expanding our understanding and strengthening the bonds in Christ we have with the PRCV. Pray for the Lord’s blessing.

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Covenant PRC, N.Ireland Newsletter - December 2016

Covenant Protestant Reformed Church
Ballymena, NI


16 December, 2016

Dear saints in the Protestant Reformed Churches,


John Owen Lecture

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2016 marked the 400th anniversary of the birth of John Owen (1616-1683), perhaps the greatest theologian ever produced in the British Isles. His excellent book, “The Death of Death in the Death of Christ,” is the most significant treatise in the history of the Christian church on the particularity of our Lord's atonement. Interestingly, while refuting Arminianism and Amyraldianism on the cross, Owen also superbly confounds their arguments for a desire of God to save the reprobate.

Since we typically choose a historical subject for the annual Reformation Day lecture in the CPRC, I spoke on “John Owen and the Death of Christ” (28 October), summarizing Owen's eventful ministry and setting forth his arguments for Christ's laying down His life for His elect sheep alone. We advertised this meeting through articles placed in Chatterbox (October) and the Ballymena Guardian (27 October), a trailer after our Sunday morning Reformed Witness Hour broadcast, flyers, etc.

We used similar methods, including a piece in the Portadown Times, to get the word out when this speech was given in Portadown (11 November), about an hour south of Ballymena. Though a number of people had told us that they were planning to attend, they and others were put off by a day of very heavy rain. Though they were few, the saints listened attentively and were encouraged by the truth of Christ's efficacious redemption.

The lecture on “John Owen and the Death of Christ” was given for the third time in South Wales (8 December). Earlier that day, Mary and I made three visits with some of the Lord's people—a young family, an elderly couple, and a young man—making the flight to mainland Britain even more worthwhile.

After the third delivery of the speech, we put it on-line on audio ( www.cprc. co.uk/owenlecture2.mp3 ) and video, along with the slides  (www.youtube.com/watch? v=7avtiihk_xw ). Already a lot more people have watched or listened to the lecture on the internet than were at all of the three meetings!

Church Meetings

Our Tuesday morning classes this year have been dealing with the Old Testament law. Recently, we treated the ashes of the red heifer (Num. 19) which were used in the Mosaic dispensation to cleanse those who had been in contact with a dead human body—the worst form of ceremonial uncleanness! This is the powerful New Testament argument from the lesser to the greater: “if...the ashes of an heifer sprinkling the unclean, sanctifieth to the purifying of the flesh: How much more shall the blood of Christ, who through the eternal Spirit offered himself without spot to God, purge your conscience from dead works to serve the living God?” (Heb. 9:13-14).

Belgic Confession 29, “The Marks of the True Church, and Wherein She Differs From the False Church,” was the subject of nine Wednesday night classes in the CPRC. We began with the unavoidability of a test for churches and our calling in this regard, before looking at each of the three marks (faithfulness in preaching, sacramental administration, and church discipline) in turn and collectively. After treating the marks of a true church, we looked at the marks of a true Christian and the marks of a false church. Such teaching is so important in our day! One visitor to our classes went through seminary training for the ministry and he said that he had never even heard of the three marks! Many professing believers have little or no idea as to what they should be looking for in a church and so are confused or easily led astray. These nine CDs on “The Marks of the True Church” are the latest CPRC box set. The recordings of our Belgic Confession classes are the most listened to audios on our website ( www.cprf.co.uk/audio/belgicconfessionclass.htm ).

We have been enjoying “The Life of Jacob” in the book of Genesis over the last few months (www.cprf.co.uk/audio/ OTseries.htm). The patriarch has now fled from Haran, wrestled with Christ at Peniel, embraced his formerly murderous twin, experienced the shame of Shechem, returned to Bethel, and been bereaved of three of his closest friends (Gen. 31-35). Now, with the installation of a hearing loop in our sanctuary, any physical impediment to hearing the Word of God has been lessened!

We have found Facebook to be a free and helpful means to circulate our online material, whether written or on audio or video. In the last few weeks, the CPRC Facebook page has increased by some 28% ( www.facebook.com/CovenantPRC ) and it has been used to gain about 120 new subscribers to the Covenant Reformed News.

Others

By God's rich grace, the congregation is enjoying unity and fellowship with God. We are very thankful for the support we receive from all of you in the Protestant Reformed Churches and, indeed, from other saints around the world. Below are just two of many such encouragements:


“We’ve enjoyed a couple of your live [Sunday evening] services which we watch here at noon [ www.cprf.co.uk/live.html ]. The a cappella psalm singing is particularly beautiful in worship. The sermons on Colossians 2 are well received and we are learning much from them. The learning curve for Reformed theology is so large that I think sometimes my brain will melt...”—Minnesota, USA


“As an Augustinian Calvinist, but a ‘poor lonesome Calvinist’ in a country dominated by apostasy in the major so-called Protestant churches and, of course, in the ‘Satan synagogue’ (the Roman Church) and atheism in the governing bodies, I am very interested by the CPRC website. I should be glad if I could receive your Covenant Reformed News.”—France

The English Churchman (14 & 21 October) carried a report on this summer's British Reformed Fellowship (BRF) conference (http://britishreformed.org). The Belfast News Letter published a letter I sent in explaining that the false ecumenism of the Lutheran World Federation with the Church of Rome is due to the awful apostasy of the former and not the gracious work of the Holy Spirit, as a Roman priest had claimed (www.cprf.co.uk/articles/lutheransandrome.html)!

The last two months have been something of a lean period with regard to new translations on the CPRC website with just 12 additions: 6 Hungarian, 3 Marathi (ecumenical creeds in this Indian language), 2 Portuguese, and 1 Spanish. However, this section of our website is still growing and gets a lot of hits (www.cprf.co. uk/languages.htm).

Our thanks to all those who send us cards or letters! Because our work already includes a lot of mailing, I trust that you will all understand that we are unable to send replies and that you will be satisfied with this note of appreciation.

This is the confession of the child of God: “Surely goodness and mercy shall follow me all the days of my life: and I will dwell in the house of the LORD for ever” (Ps. 23:6). May the Lord be with you all in 2017!

In Christ,
Pastor and Mary Stewart

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PRC Missions in the Philippines - December 2016 Newsletter

PRCA FOREIGN MISSIONS IN THE PHILIPPINES
DECEMBER 2016 NEWSLETTER

Rev. D. Holstege (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) Rev. D. Kleyn (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)
PO Box 1173 ACPO, Antipolo City, Rizal 1870, Philippines

Dear Members of the Protestant Reformed Churches,

First of all, the timing of this newsletter allows me to extend to you all our end-of-year and new-year
greetings, include a recent picture of the two of us, and express to all our prayer that the Lord will be
your Rock and sure Guide throughout the new year. None of us knows what the new year holds. There is
a lot of change and uncertainty in the world, and a good share of it comes because of whom God has
recently appointed as our world rulers. But in the midst of all this uncertainty, we have the sure
comfort that Jesus Christ, Who is Lord over all, is the same yesterday, today, and forever. As we stand on
the threshold of a new year, we can be confident that He Who is with us, and on our side, is
unchanging in the midst of change (Hebrews 13:8).

DnS Kleyn 2016

FURLOUGH

Our furlough took place during June and July. Initially we visited the Midwest where we were able
to spend time with the members of our calling church and to attend the annual Synod. We then spent the
rest of our time in Michigan and Illinois. While we were in the USA, Rev. Smit was able to take over my
work here for four of the six weeks that we were absent. We appreciate very much his willingness to
do so, and the willingness of his consistory to release him for this work.

During the furlough, I had opportunity to preach every Sunday, except one. This was a good way to
get to see and renew contact with many of you. Both Sharon and I were encouraged by the many
questions asked and comments made concerning the mission work. We also enjoyed the furlough from
the viewpoint of having a significant amount of time to spend with our families, especially our parents.
And we were also able to spend some quality time with Rev. & Leah Holstege and their family – a good
opportunity to get to know each other, as well as to discuss their upcoming move to and work in the
Philippines.

Throughout our furlough, we noticed and heard repeatedly of excitement in our churches regarding
the Holstege family joining us soon in the Philippines, and also regarding the decision of Synod to approve
calling yet another missionary for the work here (especially with a view to establishing a seminary,
the Lord willing). These are significant times in our denomination’s mission work, and we are grateful for
your continued and growing interest and support.

PRC IN THE PHILIPPINES

The Protestant Reformed Churches in the Philippines consist of three congregations: The Berean PRC, The
PRC in Bulacan, and the Maranatha PRC. My work in these churches consists of the following: (1) One
Sunday each month in MPRC for preaching and to teach a Church Order class, (2) serving as an advisor
at monthly Consistory meetings in the MPRC, and in the PRCB, (3) serving as an advisor on the two
Standing Committees of the Classis, and at the Classis meetings, and (4) assisting in the work of
Church Visitation.

The Classis of the PRCP met on Monday, October 31, with Rev. Ibe (by rotation) chairing the meeting. The
Classis approved and adopted two important items: a Constitution for the denomination’s Mission Work,
and a Pre-Seminary Program for students of the PRCP. The Classis also made preparations for the
upcoming delegation visit of Prof. Dykstra and Rev. Eriks as representatives of the Contact Committee of
the PRCA. The PRCP is looking forward to this visit and to the progress that can be made, the Lord
willing, toward a sister church relationship between the PRCA and PRCP.

PROVIDENT CHRISTIAN CHURCH

My schedule in PCC in Marikina is to lead the worship services on three Sundays of each month. In one
service each week a sermon is preached on the Heidelberg Catechism. I also teach catechism to the
children each Saturday morning, and I lead a weekly Bible Study/Doctrine Class each Thursday evening.
In the Thursday class, we have covered, in detail, the Essentials of Reformed Doctrine and the Belgic
Confession of Faith. We have now begun a study of the Canons of Dordt.

A recent development in PCC is the appointment of a Steering Committee. I plan to hold regular meetings
with the four men on this committee in order to discuss and/or make decisions regarding such
matters as the preaching, Bible studies, church membership, benevolence work, church property,
church finances, etc. I believe this to be a significant step forward in the process of PCC becoming a
properly instituted Reformed church in the future, the Lord willing.

PASTORS’ TRAINING

The 7M (Metro Manila Monthly Martes Morning Ministers Meetings) classes are held twice a month.
The main purpose of these classes is to provide instruction to existing pastors. By means of these
classes we have been able to fill gaps that some of the PRCP pastors have had in their seminary training
as well as to help prepare some of them for their Classis examinations. In the past we have covered
Reformed Dogmatics (Introduction, plus all six Loci), Homiletics, Hermeneutics, Reformed Symbols,
Catechetics, Heidelberg Catechism preaching, and Church History. We are currently studying Poimenics
(pastoral care) and the Church Order. Usually between five to eight men attend these classes.

In addition to 7M, we hold a monthly pastors’ class in Southern Negros Occidental. Some of these pastors
have been longtime contacts of the PRCA, all the way back to the 1990’s. Currently we have about 12 to
15 who attend. In these classes, we have focused on especially two areas: Reformed Theology, and
Reformed Church Government. With a view to advancing this work, we hope in 2017 to make more
regular visits to these pastors and their churches.

This will be possible, the Lord willing, once Rev. Holstege has moved and settled into his life and work
here. At least four of the pastors have expressed, many times, the desire that we increase our work
among them. We hope and pray we can do so.

OTHER CONTACTS AND WORK

We continue to make monthly visits to a group in Bacolod City. These visits involve a Monday evening
Bible study in which we are studying the Essentials of Reformed Doctrine. Since Bacolod is part of Negros
Occidental, this fits in with our monthly pastors’ training classes in SNO.

We also have a number of contacts throughout the Philippines with whom we stay in touch. The
communication is mostly on account of their interest in purchasing Reformed literature. But from time to
time, some have requested that we speak or preach in their churches or groups. We hope to give more
consideration to these requests once Rev. Holstege is here, and with the approval of Doon and the FMC.

As just indicated, a significant part of the work here is our sale of Protestant Reformed literature. Book
sales have been gradually increasing over the course of the past year, but have significantly peaked in the
past month. Sharon takes care of the book sales and is now receiving at least one or two orders each day.
The main reason is because of the new titles the RFPA has recently published, but also because of
new contacts and visitors in some of the PRCP congregations. We once again express our thanks to
our churches for the generous giving toward the Philippine Book Fund. These collections enable us to
sell the RFPA books to our Filipino churches and contacts at very reasonable prices. We are also able
to provide free shipping, as well as to give away magazines (Standard Bearer, Beacon Lights,
Saltshakers, etc.) and pamphlets.

CERC IN SINGAPORE

During the last week of October, we had the opportunity to visit the Covenant Evangelical Church
in Singapore. This visit came about as a result of CERC’s request that Rev. Bruinsma and I assist them
in the oral examination of Bro. Emmanuel Singh from Kolkata, India. The visit also included conducting
church visitation and preaching once on Sunday.

We thoroughly enjoyed the time among the saints in the CERC, and especially the time we could spend
with the Lannings and Bruinsmas. The examination was the highlight. It was wonderful to hear of Bro.
Emmanuel’s knowledge of and love for the Reformed faith, and to see that God has provided a committed
and well-qualified man to serve as an ambassador of the Reformed faith in India. May God bless his
ministry, and CERC’s work with him.

Until next time, in Christian love,
Rev. Daniel Kleyn

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PRC and Sister-Church News for Sunday, December 11, 2016

GrtCommissionMapFrom the various PRC bulletins we gather this congregational, mission, and sister-church news roundup for Sunday, December 11, 2016:

 

  • Rev. H. Bleyenberg (Providence PRC and DMC member) completes his visit to Franklin, PA Monday, who, at the request of the Domestic Mission Committee, explored a potential mission field in that area.
  • A DELEGATION (PROF. R. DYKSTRA & REV. G. ERIKS) OF OUR PRCA CONTACT COMMITTEE plan to visit the PRC, Philippines in the Manila area from December 15-27. The purpose of the visit is the continuation of a discussion with the PRCP regarding a sister church relationship with the PRCA. The PRCP congregations look forward to the opportunity for the delegation to provide some of the preaching for them on next Sunday and December 25, the Lord willing.

CALLS:

  • First of Holland PRC: Rev. A. Brummel (Heritage, Sioux Falls, SD) declined her call.

  • Missionary to the Philippines: Rev. R. Kleyn (Covenant of Grace, Spokane) is considering this call.

  • Southwest PRC: Rev. G. Eriks (Hudsonville) is considering her call.

From Covenant ERC in Singapore: Today E. Singh received the call to serve as her missionary to Kolkata, India. (cf. last week's news for the future plans)

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Reformed News Asia - November 2016 (Issue 35)

Issue 35 - November 2016
Pamphlets
We print pamphlets written by our members and those from other Reformed churches of like-minded faith. They include a wide range of topics from doctrines to church history and practical Christian living. These pamphlets serve to promote knowledge of the true God as expressed in the Reformed faith.
FEATURED Pamphlet!
Hating Your Own Life
By Rev Angus Stewart

"If any man come to me, and hate not his father, and mother, and wife, and children, and brethren, and sisters, yea, and his own life also, he cannot be my disciple." Luke 14:26 

Jesus instructs us to hate ourselves and even our family. What does this mean? It means to hate our sins and sinfulness! God's children hate themselves as those who are sinful and sin! A believer hates his own life because he loves Jesus Christ who has saved him from destruction and has given him the knowledge of God.

Three biblical examples are cited in this pamphlet. Read to find out more!


Click hereto view our catalogue of pamphlets.

Click here to make an order.

All pamphlets are free. CERC reserves some discretion regarding large orders and/or orders from those outside Singapore.

 
Featured Book
For local orders (S'pore), please contact Ms Daisy Lim at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
For international orders, click here.
Be Ye Holy: The Reformed Doctrine of Sanctification 
by Profs David Engelsma and Herman Hanko

Extracted from the Foreword:

"The goal is that we might know the truth of sanctification—which biblical doctrine, like all other aspects of God’s truth, makes us free (John 8:32)—and obey the gospel call to holiness in heart and life, by God’s grace. Some 2,000 years ago, on the day before His crucifixion    for us, our Saviour prayed, “Sanctify them through thy truth: thy word is truth” (John 17:17). Christ’s prayer on that momentous night    and His continuous intercession for His church embraces not only the billions of God’s elect over the millennia and the innumerable    occasions whereby He uses His truth in various ways; it also includes this humble book and all the saints who shall read it."

Click here to read the book online!

 
Audio Recordings
At our 2016 annual Reformation Day Conference, Rev Bruinsma (from Pittsburg PRC) was invited to deliver 3 speeches on the theme "The Church in the Last Days: Reforming or Deforming?"

Speech 1: Perilous Days are Coming
Speech 2: The Godly Shall Suffer Persecution
Speech 3: Continuing in the Things Learned

Click to listen to or view the speeches!

 
Upcoming Events!
 
Vacation Bible School 2016
Details for VBS 2016 are out!

Dates: 6-8 Dec 2016 (no stayover)
Location: CERC (6-7 Dec) and Singapore Science Centre (8 Dec)
Participants: Children from K2 to Pri 6

Email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to register!

 
CKCKS Camp 2016
Our annual youth camp is here again!

Theme: Ask for the Old Paths (Jer 6:16)
Dates: 14-17 Dec 2016
Location: Aloha Changi, FP Chalet 7
Speaker: Rev Andy Lanning

Visit http://ckckscamp.weebly.com/ for more details and to register!
 
Past Events...
 
Reformation Day Conference 2016
On the 4th and 5th of November, CERC held its annual Reformation Day Conference to commemorate the 16th century church reformation. We were privileged to have Rev Bruinsma deliver 3 messages for us on the theme "The Church in the Last Days: Reforming or Deforming?" There were also multiple exhibits showcasing events related to the Reformation such as periods of intense persecution and the lives of various martyrs. All in all, it was a profitable time of learning and fellowshipping with visitors.
Rev Bruinsma delivering one of his messages
Answering questions that came in fast and furious
Emmanuel and Sonali at the book sale
Visitors browsing through Salt Shakers magazine and other pamphlets
 
After close to a year of instruction in the pre-confession class, the Lord has richly blessed CERC with new members who joined through Confession of Faith and Baptism. We rejoice in the growth of the church and the profession of faith of these brothers and sisters in Christ.

Acts 2:47b "And the Lord added to the church daily such as should be saved."

 
Confessions of Faith
Confession of Faith of Grace, Rachel, Jemima and Stephen (L-R).
 
Baptisms
Baptism of Celina, Millie, Jia Chin and Zhi Leng (L-R).
 
CK/CKS Year End Outing
School's out! The youth committee planned an exciting outing to the indoor trampoline park where close to 20 youths let their hair down and jumped their hearts out.
Girls vs Boys........ Trampoline Dodgeball!
 
Covenant Evangelical Reformed Church
We are a Reformed Church that holds to the doctrines of the Reformation as they are expressed in the Belgic Confession, the Heidelberg Catechism and the Canons of Dordt.

Lord’s Day services on Sunday at 930 am & 2 pm • 11 Jalan Mesin, #04-00, Standard Industrial Building, Singapore 368813 • Pastor: Rev Andy Lanning  • www.cerc.org.sg 

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PRC and Sister-Church News for Sunday, December 4, 2016

For this first Lord's Day in December 2016 we may present the following news items from our PRC congregations, the Philippine mission field, and our sister church in Singapore:

 

  • Continue to remember in prayer Rev. A. Brummel and Rev. R. Kleyn as they consider their calls to First PRC, Holland MI and to the Philippines (missionary) respectively.
  • The congregation of Southwest PRC plans to call this week Wednesday (Dec.7) from the Council's new trio of Revs. G. Eriks, C. Griess, and R. Kleyn.
  • From Providence PRC bulletin we learn this:

BleyenbergThis Wednesday Rev. Bleyenberg will be leaving for Franklin, PA, at the request of the Domestic Mission Committee and spending five days there exploring a potential mission field. The DMC has other ministers scheduled for upcoming months as well. There is a core group of a few families in Franklin who desire the true preaching of the Word, together with the possibility of other families in the area who might be interested. Rev. Bleyenberg will be visiting with these families as much as possible and preaching for them on Sunday. He'll be returning next Monday, the Lord willing.

 And from our sister church in Singapore (Covenant ERC) we find this special note re their missions in India and the calling of E.Singh to serve as her missionary:

There will be an Extra Congregational Meeting next Sunday, 11 December, immediately after the morning service, for the purpose of voting whether to call Emmanuel Singh as our missionary to India. The agenda, including the proposed budget for Emmanuel’s support, will be distributed to the congregation today. Let us prayerfully consider the important matter before us, trusting that God will send forth men of His choosing to proclaim His Word. The tentative schedule for Emmanuel’s call is as follows:
Sunday, 4 December – Agenda for ECM distributed
Sunday, 11 December – ECM to vote whether to call Emmanuel
Sunday, 1 January – Emmanuel answers CERC’s call on or before this date
Sunday, 8 January – Emmanuel is installed in CERC as our missionary to Kolkata

 

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  • Finally, from the bulletin of Maranatha PRC in Valenzulea City, the Philippines we learn of an upcoming delegation visit from the PRC Contact Commmittee:

A delegation of the Contact Committee of the PRCA will be visiting the Philippines from December 15-27, the Lord willing. The delegation will consist of Prof. R. Dykstra and Rev. G. Eriks. The main purpose of their visit is to continue discussions with our PRCP churches regarding a sister church relationship between the PRCP and the PRCA. Meetings with all the PRCP office bearers have been scheduled for both Saturday, December 17 and Saturday, December 24, to be held in Maranatha PRC at 9:00 am. The delegates will also preach on their two Sundays here according to the following schedule: December 18 -Rev. Eriks preaching in the Berean PRC and Prof. Dykstra in Provident Christian Church. December 25 -Rev. Eriks preaching in the PRC in Bulacan, and Prof. Dykstra in Maranatha PRC.

 

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Reformed Book Outlet - December 2016 Newsletter & Specials

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December is one of Reformed Book Outlet’s 25% off sale months.

Almost all of our books, and all Bibles and Bible covers are 25% off retail price all month.

The sale does not include NET books, such as cookbooks, and Psalters. Nor does it include any music CDs or cards.

Music:

Hope Heralds: We now have the Hope Heralds’ newest CD: Peace I Give in stock.

And we carry four other Hope Heralds CDs – Then Sings My Soul / By Mercy Made Holy /Alleluia – Fifty Years of Praise / Be Still My Soul

Christmas Music:

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Jubilee Women's Ensemble – Come Let Us Adore Him

Eric and Crista Phelps – Child of Wonder

With One Voice – Sing Noel

Faith Christian School, Randolph – Christ’s Birth in Scripture and Song

Matt Fisher – Glorious Christmas

Cards: We have a good supply of Christmas cards.

Bibles:

We stock a large variety of King James Bibles; regular print, large print, extra-giant print, compact size, study Bibles, Bibles with notes for youth, and parallel Bibles. All our Bibles are 25% off retail for the month of December.

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