Missionary-pastor Martyn McGeown has published his latest newsletter on behalf of the Limerick (Ireland) Reformed Fellowship where he serves for the calling church, Covenant PRC in Ballymena, N.Ireland. The newsletter is published here and also attached in pdf form.
The Protestant Reformed Fellowship in Pittsburgh will be hosting a lecture on Calvinism on Friday night, May 9, 2014 in their church building, beginning at 7:00 p.m. The lecture will be repeated in Cranberry (an area of special labor north of Pittsburgh) on Wednesday, May 14.
Missionary-pastor Wilbur Bruinsma plans to speak on "What DID John Calvin Teach?" To watch a video introducing this lecture, visit the Pittsburgh Mission website.
All in the area are cordially invited to attend. There will be opportunity for questions as well as fellowship after the lecture. For directions, or to contact missionary Bruinsma, visit their website.
The Reformed Book Outlet in Hudsonville, MI has published their May Newsletter, advertising their annual 25% OFF sale this month, with special focus on Bibles - just in time for graduations and weddings!
Read the RBO newsletter below (also attached in pdf form), check out their website, visit the bookstore, and benefit from the good Reformed literature, music, and other resources available.
From the Council of First PRC in Grand Rapids, MI comes this news item after their congregational meeting Thursday night, May 1:
At the special congregational meeting held this past Thursday, Rev. G. Eriks was selected to receive the call to serve as our pastor following Rev. Slopsema's retirement June 30. We pray that our Heavenly Father will graciously guide him as he considers this call.
The fifth issue of "Reformed News Asia" has been released by the Christian Literature Ministry of our sister church in Singapore, the Covenant Evangelical Reformed Church, and this issue too is filled with informative and edifying content (for information on Issue #4, click on this link)!
Worthy of special mention is the fact that this issue contains the next set of devotions on the Belgic Confession, covering Articles 15-16 on the doctrines of man's original sin and God's sovereign election. Written by Revs.M.MeGeown and D.Holstege, these devotions on the BC take you through the month of May (May 7 - June 3) You will find great spiritual profit in using these devotions.
In addition, the newsletter also contains information about the CLM's pamphlet and book ministries and about activities going on in the CERC. You will want to find out what literature is being promoted this month and what recent U.S.A. visitors to Singapore were privileged to experience.
To receive your own digital copy of this newsletter and those to come, visit the Christian Literature Ministry page at the CERCS' website and click on the "subscribe" button. There you will also find a downloadable digital copy of the devotional booklet for May.