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Covenant PRC-N.Ireland Newsletter - March 2022

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March 18, 2022

Dear saints in the Protestant Reformed Churches,

Church Visitation

Due to Covid-19 and its regulations, the CPRC did not have church visitation by a delegation from the PRC for the last two years.  Thus it was especially good to welcome back Prof. Barry Gritters and Elder Sid Miedema (5-14 January).  Like all arriving in the UK in January, the two men had to quarantine on arrival until they got back a negative Covid test on day two.  We had planned to have our congregational dinner at a local restaurant while our American visitors were here but, sadly, we had to cancel it because of the hassle with Covid rules for large group dining.

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Prof. Gritters brought the Word of God at both the Sunday services on 9 January, led a Bible study on Exodus 19 (cf. Heb. 12:18-29) on the Tuesday morning and gave a lecture on “Being the Hand of God: Godly Parenting in an Ungodly World” on the Wednesday night.  His excellent instruction was much appreciated by the congregation.

Advertising for the speech on child-rearing included an article written by Julian Kennedy which was published in the Ballymena Guardian.  We were very pleased with the attendance, and the parents in the church found the lecture especially helpful (www.cprc.co.uk/sermons/being-the-hand-of-god-godly-parenting-in-an-ungodly-world).

Prof. Gritters and Sid Miedema visited a number of families in the congregation.  Mary and I took them for some lovely coastal walks in the north of County Antrim and forest walks in the south of County Down, where there was snow on the mountains.

Church Activities

Alfonso and Salome Mansona and their two adult sons, Chester and Dale, were gladly received as confessing members on 21 November. Jeremy Watterson, the fifth covenant child of Sam and Anga, was baptized on 23 January.

Charlotte Higgs arrived in Northern Ireland from Brisbane, Queensland in the middle of February and is staying in our province for a few months.  She is a member of the Evangelical Presbyterian Church of Australia, and a daughter of Pastor David and Sue Higgs.  Charlotte has settled into the life of our congregation very well.

CPRC dinner 2022

We were finally able to have our church dinner at the Ross Park Hotel on Friday, 11 March.  William Graham, our organizer and quizmaster, booked the venue soon after all the Covid regulations for such events were removed.  This left us short of time to contact friends outside our own congregation and get together all the orders for the three courses.  Thus we decided simply to invite members and attendees with their spouses, etc.  It was a very enjoyable evening of fellowship.

Michelle Lou-Hing, a niece of Marie Kennedy, and her son, Liam, were able to make it to Northern Ireland for the congregational dinner, since Michelle and her husband are buying a house in Broughshane.  It is great to have them back in our midst again.

Besides the Lord’s Day preaching of the Word, the four Monday evening catechism classes, and the Tuesday morning Bible study on “Saving Faith:  A Biblical and Theological Analysis,” we have a Wednesday night doctrine class on the Belgic Confession.  We are currently on Article 37, which deals with the end times.  We have covered Scripture’s own eschatological time periods:  the two ages (“this age” and “the age to come”), “the last days,” the 1,000 years (Rev. 20), and the 1,260 days, 42 months or 3½ times (Rev. 11-13).

In our Wednesday classes, we recently concluded a series of 9 studies on “The Nearness of Christ’s Coming,” explaining the 7 major ways in which the Bible teaches that our Lord comes (3 in the past, 3 ongoing, and 1 climactic), the things which must happen before His glorious bodily return, and Scripture’s full testimony to both its “soonness” and its “delay.” All these doctrinal audios are not only available in CD box sets (www.cprc.co.uk/product-category/cdsdvds/belgic-confession) but can be listened to free on-line (www.cprc.co.uk/belgic-confession-class).

Currently, there are 3 families and 3 individuals in 3 membership classes.  During the week, I meet with Billy and Anne, Grace and Kerryann Gould in Antrim; Joe and Lisa McCaughern in Portglenone; and Ivan Ortu and Colm Ring at the manse in Kells.  We go through (the positive articles of) the Canons of Dordt, and then various distinctive Reformed doctrines and practices, so that new members join the church with a solid grasp of the truth, a good conscience, and joy.

On-Line Witness

Our main website (www.cprc.co.uk) is doing very well.  Around 17 November, 2021, its number of daily page hits suddenly tripled.  Things continued around this level for a few weeks before growing by 50%.  Thus we are now receiving about 4.5 times as many page hits on our main website as we were at the time of my last letter (5 November, 2021).

We recently created an “Election and Reprobation Resources” webpage, containing links to audios and/or videos of doctrine classes, sermon series and lectures, as well as articles, pamphlets, books, etc. (www.cprc.co.uk/ election-and-reprobation-resources).  This is our 35th handy resource page (www.cprc.co.uk/topical-resources).

Since my last letter about 4 ½ months ago, we have added 112 translations to our website.  Thus, we have been receiving about 6 translations per week—a good rate! Many of these are short pieces, such as Covenant Reformed News articles (www.cprc.co.uk/covenant-reformed-news) or chapters from Doctrine According to Godliness by Rev. Ron Hanko.  We now have some 3,368 articles and creeds in more than 200 foreign tongues (from Afrikaans to Zulu) on our website (www.cprc.co.uk/languages). 

Thanks to Nic, a Reformed elder in S. Africa, Afrikaans has grown most, increasing by 35 to 175 translations.  Polish has seen 33 additions through the work of Marcin in Norway, Sebastian in Poland, and Robert in the Republic of Ireland.  For our Polish translations, now totalling 88, Mary has created a specific Polish webpage (www.cprc.co.uk/languages/polish), to add to the other nine individual language webpages (Afrikaans, Burmese, German, Hungarian, Indonesian, Italian, Portuguese, Russian, and Spanish).

We also received a good number of translations in Hungarian (13 by Balint) and Russian (12 by Viktor).  The others are 6 Spanish (by Jorge in Peru), 5 Portuguese (including 2 pamphlets on drama by Revs. Dale Kuiper and Richard Smit), 4 Swahili (the last 3 of which were by Lilian, a new translator from Nairobi, Kenya), 3 Dutch (by Gerben in the Netherlands), and 1 Latin (the Belgic Confession, so that we now have all 4 of our ecumenical creeds and all 3 of our Reformed creeds in this language).

In the last month or so, Sam Watterson has been placing paid ads on Facebook on behalf of the CPRC, targeting people within 30 miles of Ballymena.  So far, he has advertised the video debate on Calvinism (www. Youtube.com/watch?v=G5B_UknPtFM)) and an article on the real healing miracles in the Bible (www.cprc.co.uk/articles/healings).  We have been receiving positive feedback and intend continuing this means of advertising.

British Reformed Fellowship (BRF)

The first British Reformed Journal with Sam Watterson as editor was sent to subscribers and BRF members in January.  These are the titles of its five articles:  “New Editor!” “Editorial:  It’s Too Complicated,” “The Destructive Teaching of Hypo-Calvinism in Common Grace Scripturally Exposed,” “Two Men from Trier:  Karl Marx (and Communism) and Caspar Olevianus (and the Heidelberg Catechism)” and “Doctrinal Doublespeak.”  The cost is just £10 (or $20US) for 4 issues and new subscribers are very welcome (www.britishreformed.org/journal/subscribe).

Castlewellan BRF conference 2022

At this summer’s BRF Family Conference in Castlewellan Castle, County Down, Northern Ireland (9-16 July), Profs. David Engelsma and Brian Huizinga will unfold the glorious truth of our “Union with Christ” (www.cprc.co.up/articles/brfconference2020).  The booking forms for the conference (including its low prices) and the contact details for the booking secretaries are available on-line (www.brfconference.weebly.com/booking.html).  We hope that many of you will be able to join us for a wonderful week of Reformed teaching and fellowship!

As of today, the UK has ended its Covid travel rules.  This means that people arriving in England, Northern Ireland, Scotland, and Wales no longer need to get tested or write a passenger locator form.  This is good news for people flying in for July’s BRF conference or those wanting to visit the CPRC in Ballymena!

May the Lord bless and keep you all,

Rev. & Mary Stewart

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PRC and Sister-Church News Highlights for March 13, 2022 *(Updated)

Psalm 45 11 2Below you will find special highlights of PRC and sister-church news for this eleventh Sunday of our Lord's year 2022, March 13. We praise and thank the Lord for these weekly spiritual oases on our pilgrimage through this weary world on the way to our heavenly home. May our worship this day be a sweet incense before our faithful God through Jesus Christ our Savior.

Thy throne, O God, is for ever and ever: the sceptre of thy kingdom is a right sceptre. Thou lovest righteousness, and hatest wickedness: therefore God, thy God, hath anointed thee with the oil of gladness above thy fellows. All thy garments smell of myrrh, and aloes, and cassia, out of the ivory palaces, whereby they have made thee glad. Kings' daughters were among thy honourable women: upon thy right hand did stand the queen in gold of Ophir. Hearken, O daughter, and consider, and incline thine ear; forget also thine own people, and thy father's house; So shall the king greatly desire thy beauty: for he is thy Lord; and worship thou him. ~ Psalm 45:5-11

If you are new to this website and are interested in the PRC, we invite you to join us at any of our services (morning and afternoon/evening). For congregations, locations and times, visit this page.

CONGREGATIONAL NEWS

  • This morning Rev. C. Spronk (Faith PRC) announced his decline of the call to Grace PRC.

  • Today Rev. R. Barnhill preaches his farewell in Peace PRC. This week he and his family will move to Sioux Falls, SD, where he will be installed next Sunday as pastor of Heritage PRC.

  • This past Wednesday, March 9, Rev. E. Guichelaar (Randolph PRC) received the call to Peace PRC (Dyer, IN). Rev. E. Guichelaar is also considering the call to First PRC-Edmonton (received Feb.27). 

  • The Council of Hudsonville PRC has formed a trio of Revs. D. Kleyn (missionary to the Philippines), J. Laning (Hull PRC) and J. Marcus. The congregation will vote this Wednesday, March 16 at a special congregational meeting. *Update: Rev. D. Kleyn received this call.

  • Classical appointments and pulpit supply for today in the vacant PRCs: Rev. J. Engelsma in Doon (IA) PRC; Rev. T. Miersma in First PRC, Edmonton, AB; Prof. B. Gritters and Rev. W. Langerak in Grace PRC;  Rev. S. Key (1st week) in Heritage PRC (SD); Prof. R. Cammenga and Sem. M. Wee in Hudsonville PRCMay we count it a blessing of our church federation that we can help one another in these needs. Let us remember to pray for the men who supply these pulpits and for the vacant congregations.

PRC DENOMINATIONAL NEWS

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  • In accordance with the decision of Synod 2021, the Domestic Mission Committee (DMC) sought out a calling church for Domestic/Home Missions.
    We joyfully report that Zion PRC has agreed to be the calling church for home missions and has been officially appointed to this role by the DMC on behalf of synod. Now the Council and congregation of Zion PRC will take the lead in calling a missionary, caring for his needs, and overseeing and supporting his work to publish the gospel of Christ in North America. While Zion PRC takes the lead, the DMC looks forward to helping the congregation in this effort as much as possible with its help and advice.
    Please pray that God will bless the efforts of Zion PRC and the DMC to take up the work of home missions again, especially praying that God will provide our churches with a man to serve as a home missionary. 
    In the service of Christ,
    the Domestic Mission Committee of the Protestant Reformed Churches
  • Classis West: Classis West met March 2-3 in Hope PRC, Redlands, CA. An officebearers' conference was held the Tuesday before. For the official report on this meeting, visit this webpage. There you will also find links to the speeches given at the OBC.

  • Future Teachers and Ministers: Information for the 2022 PR Scholarship Fund essay competition is now available. Please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to receive the essay topics and submission requirements. Completed essays must be submitted by May 31st.

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Monday morning, March 7, greeted seminary with a fresh coat of snow, a reminder that winter is not quite over in west Michigan.

PRC Seminary Notices:

  • The second semester of the 2021-22 school year is now eight weeks in - just past the mid-point of the semester. Mid-term tests are being taken in some classes. The schedule and calendar have been posted on the seminary's website and the PRC website. (see special calendars on the right side). 
  • The first round of practice preaching was recently completed. The second round will begin the end of the month (March 28) and continue after Spring break (April 4-8).
  • Isaac Peters led devotions this past week. Arend Haveman will be in charge of them this week.
  • This past weekend faculty and students attended the Philadelphia Conference on Reformed Theology, held at First Byron Center CRC.  The theme of the conference was “Made in God’s Image.”
  • The next meeting of the wives of the faculty and of the students is scheduled for this Thursday evening, March 17. Student Club will next meet on Thursday evening, March 31.
  • The seminary is open daily (8-5), including the library and bookstore, for our members and friends. The staff is available to assist with any other needs you may have as well. Feel free to call in advance for help with any questions.
  • The printed edition of the Fall 2021 issue of the PRT Journal was recently mailed out. The digital editions (pdf and ePub) are also available on the seminary's website. If you want to be added to our mailing list (either print or digital) or wish to pick up a copy, contact Sharon, the seminary secretary.
  • For the latest seminary news and information, visit the seminary's website.

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Photo from January 2020 showing pastors C. Haak and Paulraj leading a Sola Gratia class in Vellore, India

SISTER-CHURCH/MISSION NEWS:

  • Georgetown PRC had this India (Vellore) Update in her bulletin today: "Members of both the English and Tamil churches are again worshipping together as covid restrictions are lifted. English Bible studies take place in the doctor’s residences followed by a fellowship dinner. Pastor Paulraj is busy ministering to both churches, teaching the Sola Gratia Classes, Bible Studies, and house visits. The GHF children and families are doing well. The church building construction continues. The government decision on the FCRA renewal (Foreign monetary support for the GFH) is expected in the next few weeks, for which our prayers are requested. The PRCV concludes: 'Thank you for your continued love, care, and support to missions here and your love and care to Jason there. We keep you close in our prayers every day.'"

  • Covenant ERC, Singapore and her Kolkata, India mission work:
    • Pastor J. Tan is busy serving the CERC faithfully each week as her new pastor.  His "pastoral note" to the congregation includes this note: "Today we worship God in holiness. We worship God confessing that not just today, not just part of our being, but in the whole of our lives, the whole of our being, is to be separated from all sin and consecrated unto God. “God, you are the reason of my existence. Infinitely glorious God, receive my feeble worship this day, for the sake of Jesus Christ”.
    • The last issue of "Reformed News Asia" was published in December 2021 - #65. Be sure to check it out for the latest news from our sister!
  • Covenant PRC, N. Ireland:
    • Rev. A.Stewart continues to minister the Word faithfully to the saints in Ballymena. 
    • Sign up for the 2022 British Reformed Fellowship family conference at Castlewellan Castle in Northern Ireland from Saturday, July 9, to Saturday, July 16. The speakers, Prof. David Engelsma and Prof. Brian Huizinga will lecture on "Union With Christ." For information see the website (http://brfconference.weebly.com).
    • The newest issue of "Covenant Reformed News" has been published - check out the February 2022 edition here. Follow the link to read the latest profitable articles by Revs. A. Stewart and R. Hanko.
  • PRC in the Philippines and her mission work:
    • The latest Philippines Newsletter is available - January 2022 (visit the foreign missions page and see the download at the top of the right-hand column).
    • Berean PRC bulletin: Rev. V. Ibe led the worship services today. "The saints in All of Grace Protestant Reformed Fellowship (AGPRF), Gabaldon, Nueva Ecija. will join us in our worship services today via live stream at our Facebook page, D.V." The BPRC March newsletter is now out! See the attached pdf to read a variiety of news and activity items about and from the congregation.
    • Provident PRC bulletin: Rev. R. Smit preached and lead her worship services today. The services are being livestreamed at the “PPRC and Friends” Facebook page."
    • The PRCP Seminary had mid-term exams this week (March 7-11).

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  • Today Rev. R. Kleyn (First PRC-Grand Rapids, MI) resumes speaking for the RWH. The focus will be a series on the life of Joseph, with other special messages interspersed. Today's message is based on Genesis 37:1-11 and titled "Joseph's Dysfunctional Family."
  • The Reformed Witness Hour publishes each month's messages in an attractive booklet. These printed sermons are a great blessing to many and are distributed all over the world, including to many prisoners in the U.S. If you or your Evangelism Committee would like to receive these, let the RWHC know and they will add you to the mailing list (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.).

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  • The Reformed Book Outlet (downtown Hudsonville, MI plaza - see photo above) is open four days a week and features Reformed publications, good Christian music, and other practical items (cards, etc.) Come visit the store Tuesday - Friday from 10am-5pm, or Saturday from 10 am - 1pm!

  • For sound, distinctively Reformed literature on a variety of subjects and for all ages - including church history and Bible study materials - visit the Reformed Free Publishing Association website or stop in at their Jenison (Michigan) location.

  • Are you interested in learning more about the doctrines and practices of the PRC? Or, are you in need of some pamphlets and/or articles published by the PRC for use in evangelism and/or witnessing? Or are you simply interested in growing in your faith and walk with the Lord? Visit the Resources pages of this website and the PRCA Evangelism page for a complete list of materials available in digital format or by order from the publishing church.

  • Do you need some catechism materials for use in your church or family? The PRC publishes catechism materials on Bible history and Reformed doctrine, for children of all ages. Visit this page for more information.

  • The PR Sunday School Association also publishes complete OT and NT Bible Story Lessons for young children and older children. Visit this page to learn more.

This Week's Thought for Contemplation

"There are huge economic disparities around the world and even within individual countries, such as South Africa and Suriname. There are the haves and the have-nots, the rich and the poor, and the First World and the Third World, though there are, of course, many degrees between these extremes.

"Material poverty and economic disparity are also found in Christ’s blood-bought church, considered both globally and in individual congregations. Our Saviour Himself said, “For the poor always ye have with you” (John 12:8).

"Christ Himself opens the third seal and sends forth the black horse! This teaches us that agriculture and trade, failed crops and inflation, empty bellies and famine relief agencies, etc., are included in God’s counsel and governed by the Lord Jesus seated at His right hand. “For promotion [or material prosperity] cometh neither from the east, nor from the west, nor from the south. But God is the judge: he putteth down one, and setteth up another” (Ps. 75:6-7).

"Jehovah is sovereign over the distribution and inequality of foodstuffs and wealth, determining whether we own or rent property, live in a mansion or a hovel, are employed or unemployed, have empty or full larders, etc. Even man’s sinful responses—the snobbery and condescension of the prosperous, and the envy and resentment of the poor—are not outside of the eternal decree of our heavenly Father."

Rev. A. Stewart on the running of the black horse in the February 2022 issue of "Covenant Reformed News."

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PRC and Sister-Church News Highlights for March 6, 2022 *(Updated)

Ps44 8Below you will find special highlights of PRC and sister-church news for this tenth Sunday of our Lord's year 2022, March 6. We praise and thank the Lord for these weekly spiritual oases on our pilgrimage through this weary world on the way to our heavenly home. May our worship this day be a sweet incense before our faithful God through Jesus Christ our Savior.

Thou art my King, O God: command deliverances for Jacob. Through thee will we push down our enemies: through thy name will we tread them under that rise up against us. For I will not trust in my bow, neither shall my sword save me. But thou hast saved us from our enemies, and hast put them to shame that hated us. In God we boast all the day long, and praise thy name for ever. ~ Psalm 44:4-8

If you are new to this website and are interested in the PRC, we invite you to join us at any of our services (morning and afternoon/evening). For congregations, locations and times, visit this page.

CONGREGATIONAL NEWS

  • This Wednesday, March 9, most of the PRC congregations will be holding their annual Prayer Day service (in the evening) to mark the beginning of the planting season and to acknowledge our complete dependence on the Lord. You are cordially invited to join them in worship at the church near you. Check the website of the church you wish to visit.

  • Last Sunday (Feb.27) Rev. E. Guichelaar received this call to First PRC-Edmonton. 

  • Rev. C. Spronk (Faith PRC) is considering the call to Grace PRC (received Feb.16). He plans to answer by March 13.

  • The Consistory of Peace PRC has formed a trio of Revs. E. Guichelaar (Randolph PRC), J. Holstege (Zion PRC), and J. Marcus. They plan to call from this trio on March 9. *UPDATE: Rev. Guichelaar has received this call.

  • The Council of Hudsonville PRC has formed a trio of Revs. D. Kleyn (missionary to the Philippines), J. Laning (Hull PRC) and J. Marcus. The congregation will vote on Wednesday, March 16.

  • On February 6 Rev. R. Barnhill accepted the call from Heritage PRC (Sioux Falls, SD), where he will be installed on March 20, D.V.. From Peace's bulletin today we find this special note: Rev. Barnhill plans to preach his farewell sermon on Sunday evening, March 13. The Council has moved up the start time of that service by one hour to 4:00 pm and is planning a farewell fellowship with the Barnhill’s following the service, with refreshments to be served. We encourage the congregation to take this opportunity to say goodbye to our pastor and his family before they leave for Sioux Falls.

  • Classical appointments and pulpit supply for today in the vacant PRCs: Rev. J. Marcus in Doon (IA) PRC (including Prayer Day Wed.); Rev. H. Bleyenberg (2nd week) in First PRC, Edmonton, AB; Prof. B. Gritters and Rev. D. Lee in Grace PRC; Rev. S. Regnerus (2nd week) in Heritage PRC; Prof. D. Kuiper and Rev. R. Kleyn in Hudsonville PRCWhat a blessing of our church federation that we can help one another in these needs! Let us remember to pray for the men who supply these pulpits and for the vacant congregations.

  • Did you know that...
    • Many ministers in Classis West exchanged pulpits today or had pulpit supply due to the busy week at the meeting of Classis West in Redlands, CA? (see note below). 
    • Rev. M. DeBoer will lead two Prayer Day services this week? Not only will he do one Wednesday night in Edgerton, MN, his own congregation, but he is also doing Heritage PRC's in Sioux Falls, SD the next night, Thursday, March 10.
    • Hope PRC (Walker, MI) has changed the name of its new podcast? This is the note found in bulletin's today: The Hope PRC Reformed Witness Committee would like to thank you for listening and supporting our podcast efforts. We greatly appreciate your encouragement. We would also like to inform you that our podcast name has changed to Hope PR Ministry. Look out for a new weekly speech series starting this Friday from Rev. Regnerus on “Civil Government as God’s Servant”.

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Hope PRC, Redlands, CA, hosted this past week's Classis West meeting and officebearers' conference (see note below)

PRC DENOMINATIONAL NEWS

  • Classis West: Classis West met this past Wednesday and Thursday, March 2-3 in Hope PRC, Redlands, CA. An officebearers' conference was held the Tuesday before. For the official report on this meeting, visit this webpage.

  • Future Teachers and Ministers: Information for the 2022 PR Scholarship Fund essay competition is now available. Please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to receive the essay topics and submission requirements. Completed essays must be submitted by May 31st.

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PRC Seminary Notices:

  • The second semester of the 2021-22 school year is now seven weeks in - almost the mid-point of the semester. Mid-term tests will be given in the next week. The schedule and calendar have been posted on the seminary's website and the PRC website. (see special calendars on the right side). 
  • The first round of practice preaching was completed this past week. The second round will begin the end of the month and continue after Spring break April 4-8).
  • Matt Koerner lead devotions this past week. Isaac Peters will be in charge of them this week.
  • This week Friday and Saturday, March 11 and 12, faculty and students will attend the Philadelphia Conference on Reformed Theology, held at First Byron Center CRC.  The theme of the conference is “Made in God’s Image.”
  • The seminary is open daily (8-5), including the library and bookstore, for our members and friends. The staff is available to assist with any other needs you may have as well. Feel free to call in advance for help with any questions.
  • The printed edition of the Fall 2021 issue of the PRT Journal was recently mailed out. The digital editions (pdf and ePub) are also available on the seminary's website. If you want to be added to our mailing list (either print or digital) or wish to pick up a copy, contact Sharon, the seminary secretary.
  • For the latest seminary news and information, visit the seminary's website.

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SISTER-CHURCH/MISSION NEWS:

  • Covenant ERC, Singapore and her Kolkata, India mission work:
    • Pastor J. Tan is busy serving the CERC faithfully each week as her new pastor.  His "pastoral note" to the congregation includes this special note in connection with celebrating the Lord's Supper today: "Yes, we have no life, no hope, no strength in ourselves. That is the conclusion of our examination of ourselves this week. Yes, we confess that personally and together as a family. The whole world may rage in war, those who were once with us may curse us, but now Lord, quieten our souls if but for a moment and feed us, nourish our hungry and thirsty souls with the crucified body and shed blood of the Christ. Give us to see that Christ has really died and risen for me the chief of sinners. Give us strength once more, to lift up our downcast heads, to see the face of my Savior in the gospel proclaimed in Word and Sacrament. Dare we ask, "Lord, give us the cup of wine and fill us with the joy of salvation, joy unspeakable".
    • The last issue of "Reformed News Asia" was published in December 2021 - #65. Be sure to check it out for the latest news from our sister!
  • Covenant PRC, N. Ireland:
    • Rev. A.Stewart continues to minister the Word faithfully to the saints in Ballymena. 
    • Sign up for the 2022 British Reformed Fellowship family conference at Castlewellan Castle in Northern Ireland from Saturday, July 9, to Saturday, July 16. The speakers, Prof. David Engelsma and Prof. Brian Huizinga will lecture on "Union With Christ." For information see the website (http://brfconference.weebly.com).
    • The newest issue of "Covenant Reformed News" has been published - check out the February 2022 edition here. Follow the link to read the latest profitable articles by Revs. A. Stewart and R. Hanko.
  • PRC in the Philippines and her mission work:
    • The latest Philippines Newsletter is available - January 2022 (visit the foreign missions page and see the download at the top of the right-hand column).
    • Berean PRC bulletin: Rev. R. Smit led the worship services today. "Rev. Ibe and deacon Julius Arragona are visiting with the saints in All of Grace Protestant Reformed Fellowship (AGPRF), Gabaldon, Nueva Ecija. Rev. Ibe will lead them in their worship service at 9A.M. and Bible study at 11 A.M., D.V." The BPRC March newsletter is now out! See the attached pdf to read a variiety of news and activity items about and from the congregation.
    • Provident PRC bulletin: Rev. D. Kleyn preached and lead her worship services today. A livestream of our services will be provided at the “PPRC and Friends” Facebook page."
    • The PRCP Seminary has mid-term exams this week (March 7-11).

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  • Today Rev. W.Bruinsma (Pittsburgh PRC, Pennsylvania) concludes his series on Hebrews 11. Today's message is based on Hebrews 11:39-40 and titled "Made Perfect  Through the Promise."
  • The Reformed Witness Hour publishes each month's messages in an attractive booklet. These printed sermons are a great blessing to many and are distributed all over the world, including to many prisoners in the U.S. If you or your Evangelism Committee would like to receive these, let the RWHC know and they will add you to the mailing list (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.).

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Commentary on 1 Peter by Herman Hanko
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  • Do you need some catechism materials for use in your church or family? The PRC publishes catechism materials on Bible history and Reformed doctrine, for children of all ages. Visit this page for more information.

  • The PR Sunday School Association also publishes complete OT and NT Bible Story Lessons for young children and older children. Visit this page to learn more.

This Week's Thought for Contemplation

"Pray without ceasing." 1 Thessalonians 5:17

"What place should prayer have in a Christian's life? Should we pray little or much? Should we confine our praying to certain days—Sundays, for example; or to certain hours or moments of our days—mornings, for example, than evenings? Should we pray only about certain things, certain affairs, certain portions of our life? Are there things we have no permission to take to God in prayer? Should we pray only in certain places—in our accustomed closet or room at home, or in places set apart for divine worship? Is there any place, where we may not pray?

"There is a verse of Paul's which seems to answer all these questions. "Pray without ceasing." That means, pray always and everywhere. There is nothing we may not take to God in prayer—asking for His help. There is no hour of the day when we may not turn to God—and find Him ready to hear and bless us. The gates of prayer are never shut, by day or by night. There is no place where we may not pray. God is as accessible to us on the street, in the desert, in the midst of a great storm at sea, or in the most debased spot of the earth—as He is in our own sacred closet of prayer, in a consecrated building, or at the Lord's table.

"Pray without ceasing."

J. R. Miller (1903) - found in Covenant of Grace PRC's bulletin today

 

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Reformed Witness Hour News - March 2022

News from the Reformed Witness Hour March 2022                                                      

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Upcoming Broadcasts for March

March 6
Made Perfect Through the Promise 
Hebrews 11:39,40 (Rev. W. Bruinsma)

March 13
Joseph's Dysfunctional Family
Genesis 37:1-11 Rev. R. Kleyn)

March 20
Joseph is Sold into Slavery
Genesis 37:12-36 (Rev. R. Kleyn)

March 27
Joseph's Diligence in a Strange Place and Position
Genesis 39:1-6 (Rev. R. Kleyn)

2021 Message Statistics in Review

In 2021, we had 15,862 downloads of our messages. August was our best performing month with 1,858 downloads. Our August featured message, I Am Your God by Rev. Spriensma, performed well with 351 downloads, and it appears to have increased attention to our messages for the next several days.

On September 5 we had the year's most downloads in one single day with 266 downloads. This was the day we featured Rev. Kleyn's message Certainty in Prayer. Certainty in Prayer continued to perform very well and finished the year as the most downloaded message of 2021 with a total of 432 downloads.

We continue to see about an even distribution between App downloads, Podcast downloads and Web downloads.

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Top Downloads of 2021

The top 5 most downloaded messages for 2021 were:

  1. Certainty in Prayer by Rev. R. Kleyn
  2. I Am Your God by Rev. A. Spriensma
  3. Prayer for Restored Joy by Rev. W. Bruinsma
  4. The Praiseworthy Woman by Rev. R. Kleyn
  5. Considering and Provoking One Another by Rev. R. Kleyn

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Favorite Message from January 2022

Our listeners’ favorite message from January was Joseph's Command Concerning His Bones by Rev. Bruinsma:

Joseph’s life was colorful. The Lord led him through sore trials of his faith...  All the while he was strong in his faith. He refused to be taken in by the temptations and allurements of Egypt.

Yet, the writer to the Hebrews does not call our attention to any of these acts of faith. He focuses our attention on the end of Joseph’s life on earth ... He desires to point us to the fervent hope the patriarchs possessed that the promises of God would indeed come true. This Joseph reveals when he gave his family commandment concerning his bones.

We read in Genesis 50:25, "And Joseph took an oath of the children of Israel, saying, God will surely visit you, and ye shall carry up my bones from hence." Joseph firmly believed that God would, according to His promise, lead his people Israel from the land of Egypt to Canaan. This faith of Joseph was rooted in what God had promised Abraham many years before.

In Genesis 15 God informed Abraham that He would give Canaan to the nation of Israel - but only after they would remain for a long time in a strange land. Abraham did not know what land that strange land was....Joseph now did... the land of Egypt

This promise of God to Abraham was passed down orally to Isaac, and then to Jacob, and then to his sons.… God promised that not only would He deliver the people of Israel from the bondage of Egypt but He would also bring them to Canaan so that they could possess the land. And Joseph believed these promises... He viewed himself as an Israelite to whom God made His promises just as to the rest of his brothers in their generations.

In this, Joseph’s faith was revealed! You know, it was not as if it would matter to Joseph where his bones would end up. Joseph expresses in his command that he did not desire to be numbered among the Egyptians. Neither did he wish to be with the Egyptians in his death. He represented the cause of God in this world. God’s people were his people. He was a pilgrim and stranger in Egypt.

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Classis West Report - March 2-3, 2022 (Hope PRC - Redlands, CA)

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News Report of Classis West of the PRCA Meeting March 2-3, 2022

Classis West of the Protestant Reformed Churches met on March 2-3, 2022, in Hope PRC (Redlands, CA). This isolated congregation did an outstanding job of hosting the delegates.

The day before the meeting, an officebearers’ conference was held on the timely subject of the church of Christ. The first two speeches dealt with the government of the church, with Rev. M. Kortus speaking on “A Delicate Balance: The Relationship between Office of Believer and the Special Offices in the Church of Christ” and Rev. E. Guichelaar speaking on“The Autonomy of the Local Congregation and the Authority of the Broader Assemblies.” The two other speeches dealt with a proper view of the church’s sinfulness, with Rev. R. Hanko speaking on “A Proper View of the Church - Mother or Whore?” and Rev. J. Langerak speaking on “The Church’s Self-Reflective Response to Chastening.” Between the last two speeches the male chorus of Hope congregation sang several beautiful numbers. A very enjoyable day of instruction and fellowship was had by all!

The following day, Classis began with opening devotions led by the chairman of the previous meeting, Rev. E. Guichelaar. After Classis was legally constituted, Rev. S. Key assumed the chair.

Routine reports of the stated clerk, classical committee, and reading sermon committee were read and approved. The church visitors also reported on their work over the last year and the presence of unity, peace, and love prevailing in the churches in spite of the hardships of the last year.

After recessing for the committees of pre-advice to prepare advice, Classis addressed matters brought from First PRC Edmonton relating to Rev. J. Marcus. Classis concurred with the decision of First Edmonton to approve Rev. Marcus’ request to remain eligible for a call in our churches, concurred with the decision of First Edmonton to approve Rev. Marcus’ request for partial support for the next year, and concurred with the decision of First Edmonton to grant Rev. Marcus’ request to transfer his credentials to Grace PRC where he is currently a member.

Classis made a schedule of pulpit supply for the vacant congregations of Doon (IA) PRC, First PRC Edmonton, and Peace PRC (Dyer, IN). Due to the number of vacancies in Classis West, it was decided to ask Classis East for assistance in providing three 2- week classical appointments to Edmonton for the months of June through October.

Classis had before it a protest of decisions taken at the last meeting of Classis regarding not seating delegates from the former consistory of First PRC Edmonton and regarding the approval of the work of the church visitors with respect to First PRC Edmonton. Classis did not sustain the protest.

Having met until about 8:00 PM on Wednesday, Classis decided to reconvene until the following morning to give several committees of pre-advice time to work.

The next day, Thursday, March 3, Classis met at length, not finishing its work until 9:30 PM.

Classis treated in closed session an appeal of the discipline work of a consistory. After lengthy, careful deliberation, Classis did not sustain the appeal.

Classis also treated in closed session another appeal of the discipline work of a different consistory. After lengthy, careful deliberation, Classis did not sustain the appeal.

Classis approved the subsidy requests for 2023 for three churches and forwarded them on to Synod for its approval.

Classis also voted for various classical functionaries. Rev. A. Brummel was reappointed to a three-year term on the Classical Committee. Rev. J. Engelsma was appointed to a three-year term as a primus synodical deputy, Rev. E. Guichelaar was reappointed to a three-year term as a secundus synodical deputy, and Rev. M. De Boer was appointed to a one-year term as a secundus synodical deputy to fill a vacant position. Classis appointed Revs. A. Brummel, R. Hanko, S. Key, and J. Laning as church visitors, with Revs. H. Bleyenberg and J. Engelsma as alternates.

Ministers delegated to Synod 2022 were Revs. R. Barnhill, A. Brummel, J. Engelsma, S. Key, and J. Laning. Alternates are Revs. H. Bleyenberg, E. Guichelaar, M. Kortus, J. Langerak, and S. Regnerus. Elders delegated to Synod 2022 were Keith Bruinsma (Peace), Loren Gritters (Hull), Chester Hunter, Jr. (Edgerton), Peter Smit (Hope), and Phil E. Van Baren (Crete). Alternates are Robert Brands (Loveland), Luke Griess (Loveland), David Poortinga (Loveland), Keith Van Drunen (Crete), and Ryan Van Overloop (Crete).

The expenses of this meeting totaled $18,052.18.

Classis will meet next in Doon PRC on September 28, 2022, the Lord willing.

Rev. Joshua Engelsma
Stated Clerk, Classis West

PRC and Sister-Church News Highlights for February 27, 2022 *(Updated)

Psa 43 3Below you will find special highlights of PRC and sister-church news for this ninth Sunday of our Lord's year 2022, February 27. We praise and thank the Lord for these weekly spiritual oases on our pilgrimage to our heavenly home. May our worship this day be a sweet incense before our faithful God through Jesus Christ our Savior.

O send out thy light and thy truth: let them lead me; let them bring me unto thy holy hill, and to thy tabernacles. Then will I go unto the altar of God, unto God my exceeding joy: yea, upon the harp will I praise thee, O God my God. Why art thou cast down, O my soul? and why art thou disquieted within me? hope in God: for I shall yet praise him, who is the health of my countenance, and my God. ~ Psalm 43:3-4

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CONGREGATIONAL NEWS

  • Rev. J. Langerak was installed this morning in Covenant of Grace PRC (Spokane, WA) by Rev. R. Hanko. We rejoice with this congregation in God's provision of another undershepherd. May the Lord give to Pastor Langerak a faithful and fruitful ministry there.

  • First PRC Edmonton's Consistory has formed a trio from which to call a pastor again: Revs. A. Brummel (Calvary PRC , Hull, IA), E. Guichelaar (Randolph PRC, WI), and S. Regnerus (Lynden PRC, WA). The congregation plans to vote today after the evening service. *UPDATE: Rev. E. Guichelaar has received this call.

  • Peace PRC has formed a trio of Revs. E. Guichelaar (Randolph PRC), J. Holstege (Zion PRC), and J. Marcus. They plan to call from this trio on March 9.

  • The Council of Hudsonville PRC has formed a trio of Revs. D. Kleyn (missionary to the Philippines), J. Laning (Hull PRC) and J. Marcus. The congregation will vote on Wednesday, March 16.

  • Last Sunday (Feb.20) Rev. M. Kortus (Hope PRC-Redlands, CA) declined the call from Doon PRC.

  • Rev. C. Spronk (Faith PRC) is considering the call to Grace PRC (received Feb.16). He plans to answer by March 13.

  • On February 6 Rev. R. Barnhill accepted the call from Heritage PRC (Sioux Falls, SD). As of now, his farewell at Peace PRC is planned for March 13. 

  • Classical appointments and pulpit supply for today in the vacant PRCs: Rev. J. Laning in Doon (IA) PRC; Rev. H. Bleyenberg (1st week) in First PRC, Edmonton, AB; Prof. B. Gritters and Rev. J. Slopsema in Grace PRC; Rev. S. Regnerus (1st week) in Heritage PRC; Prof. R. Cammenga and Rev. G. Eriks in Hudsonville PRCWhat a blessing of our church federation that we can help one another in these needs! Let us remember to pray for the men who supply these pulpits and for the vacant congregations.

  • Did you know that...
    • Byron Center PRC's Community Bible resumes this week Thursday? Here's the notice as it appears in her bulletin today: "The community Bible study meets again at church on March 3 at 7:30 PM. Our study will begin at John 15:14. We welcome you to join us." If you know anyone in that area, let them know about this opportunity for instruction in the gospel of Jesus Christ and for Christain fellowship.
    • Sem. Marcus Wee led the morning service of Covenant ERC in Singapore today and brought a word of edification? Actually, he did it from the PRC Seminary assembly room last night (U.S. time), using the technology on both sides of that vast expanse of land and sea. It was a wonderful opportunity for this "son" of that congregation to help them out in their need as well as to experience some level of fellowship with his fellow saints in his home church.

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Hope PRC, Redlands, CA, host this week's Classis West meeting and officebearers' conference (see note below)

PRC DENOMINATIONAL NEWS

  • Classis West: Classis West will convene on Wednesday, March 2 in Hope PRC, Redlands, CA. There will be an officebearers' conference on the Tuesday before, which will also be livestreamed at this link: Live Webcast: Hope Protestant Reformed Church (sermonaudio.com)

  • Future Teachers and Ministers: Information for the 2022 PR Scholarship Fund essay competition is now available. Please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to receive the essay topics and submission requirements. Completed essays must be submitted by May 31st.

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PRC Seminary Notices:

  • The second semester of the 2021-22 school year is now six weeks in. Things continue to go well, for which we thank our faithful God and Father. The schedule and calendar have been posted on the seminary's website and the PRC website. (see special calendars on the right side). 
  • The first round of practice preaching will be held on the Mondays of Feb.21 (M.Wee; M. Koerner) and 28 (I. Peters; A. Haveman). Pray for the students as they prepare their latest assigned sermons and for the professors as they guide the students in this all-important aspect of their work.
  • Marcus Wee led the daily devotions this past week. This week Matt Koerner will lead them.
  • The seminary is open daily (8-5), including the library and bookstore, for our members and friends. The staff is available to assist with any other needs you may have as well. Feel free to call in advance for help with any questions.
  • The printed edition of the Fall 2021 issue of the PRT Journal was recently mailed out. The digital editions (pdf and ePub) are also available on the seminary's website. If you want to be added to our mailing list (either print or digital) or wish to pick up a copy, contact Sharon, the seminary secretary.
  • For the latest seminary news and information, visit the seminary's website.

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SISTER-CHURCH/MISSION NEWS:

  • Covenant ERC, Singapore and her Kolkata, India mission work:
    • Pastor J. Tan is busy serving the CERC faithfully each week.  His "pastoral note" to the congregation includes this special note: Today our own seminarian, Marcus Wee would be leading us in worship and giving to us a word of edification. he is now in the final semester of his studies. The Lord Willing, his Synodical examination will take place this coming June. Originally, he wanted to come back last year during the summer break (June to July), but because of COVID restrictions and other complications, he was not able to. Many of us have not seen our brother and his family face to face for some time. ...Let us together give thanks to God for prospering our brother thus far in his seminary training and personal growth. Truly the fields are white unto harvest, but the labourers are few.
    • The most recent issue of "Reformed News Asia" is available - December 2021 - #65. Be sure to check it out for the latest news from our sister!
  • Covenant PRC, N. Ireland:
    • Rev. A.Stewart continues to minister the Word faithfully to the saints in Ballymena. 
    • Sign up for the 2022 British Reformed Fellowship family conference at Castlewellan Castle in Northern Ireland from Saturday, July 9, to Saturday, July 16. The speakers, Prof. David Engelsma and Prof. Brian Huizinga will lecture on "Union With Christ." For information see the website (http://brfconference.weebly.com).
    • The newest issue of "Covenant Reformed News" is out - check out the February 2022 edition here. Follow the link to read the latest profitable articles by Revs. A. Stewart and R. Hanko.
  • PRC in the Philippines and her mission work:
    • The latest Philippines Newsletter is available - January 2022 (visit the foreign missions page and see the download at the top of the right-hand column).
    • Berean PRC bulletin: Rev. V. Ibe led the worship services today. "The saints in All of Grace Protestant Reformed Fellowship (AGPRF), Gabaldon, Nueva Ecija will join us in our worship services today via live streaming at our Facebook page, D.V."
    • Provident PRC bulletin: Rev. R. Smit preached and lead her worship services today. A livestream of our services will be provided at the “PPRC and Friends” Facebook page."
    • Classis of the PRCP convened on Friday (February 25, 2022) at Provident PRC in Provident Village, Marikina City.
    • The PRCP seminary has resumed in-person classes for the second semester at the Seminary Library in Beverly Hills, Antipolo. 

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REFORMED RESOURCES FOR EDIFICATION, EDUCATION, and EVANGELISM

What does the Reformed faith say about how we worship God? Read this pamphlet for help answering this question.

  • The Reformed Book Outlet (downtown Hudsonville, MI) is open four days a week and features Reformed publications, good Christian music, and other practical items (cards, etc.) Come visit the store Tuesday - Friday from 10am-5pm, or Saturday from 10 am - 1pm!

  • For sound, distinctively Reformed literature on a variety of subjects and for all ages - including church history and Bible study materials - visit the Reformed Free Publishing Association website or stop in at their Jenison (Michigan) location.

  • Are you interested in learning more about the doctrines and practices of the PRC? Or, are you in need of some pamphlets and/or articles published by the PRC for use in evangelism and/or witnessing? Or are you simply interested in growing in your faith and walk with the Lord? Visit the Resources pages of this website and the PRCA Evangelism page for a complete list of materials available in digital format or by order from the publishing church.

  • Do you need some catechism materials for use in your church or family? The PRC publishes catechism materials on Bible history and Reformed doctrine, for children of all ages. Visit this page for more information.

  • The PR Sunday School Association also publishes complete OT and NT Bible Story Lessons for young children and older children. Visit this page to learn more.

This Week's Thought for Contemplation

"The public worship of the church is vital for obedience to the will of our God who saved us. In eternity the church will be worshipping God. The seer of God, the apostle John, wrote in Revelation 14:6-7, 'And I saw another angel fly in the midst of heaven, having the everlasting gospel to preach unto them that dwell on the earth, and to every nation, and kindred, and tongue, and people, Saying with a loud voice, Fear God, and give glory to him; for the hour of his judgment is come: and worship him that made heaven and earth, and the sea, and the fountains of waters' (see also Revelation 22:9).

The 'everlasting gospel' is: Worship God.

We are concerned about this because worship is a Reformation subject. Not only is this an important subject because presently there is strange fire being offered in many places, but the remembrance of the Reformation brings us to this subject.

The fathers of the Reformation were concerned not only with the doctrinal aberrations of the Roman Catholic Church, but with the practice of that church in its public worship. For that reason, you will find an entire volume of Luther on the subject of public worship, and hundreds of references of Calvin on the subject. So important a place did public worship have in the life of Calvin, that his expulsion from the city of Geneva was rooted in differences on the question of how the church would worship God."

~ Prof. B. Gritters in Public Worship and the Reformed Faith

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