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Do You Write to Prisoners?

07. August 2017

Do You Write to Prisoners?

How those outside can fellowship with those inside

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A Peg in His Holy Place

24. May 2017

A Peg in His Holy Place

At our best, we have a lot to be humble about

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Tech, Tweets, and Tattoos

08. March 2017

Tech, Tweets, and Tattoos

Understanding and Using Social Media

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One Lasting Gift

16. September 2016

One Lasting Gift

The life and legacy of Cecil J. S. MacLaughlin

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What the Reformed Presbyterian Conference Means to Me

26. August 2016

What the Reformed Presbyterian Conference Means to Me

A personal look into 9 international conferences

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Being Welcome Somewhere

13. May 2016

Being Welcome Somewhere

Sometimes you just have pizza, if worse comes to worst. People just like being entertained and feeling like, “I’m welcome somewhere.”

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The Relics of a Titus 2 Man

13. May 2016

The Relics of a Titus 2 Man

The paddle hung prominently in Dave’s office and represented the playful spirit of a beloved father, pastor, mentor, and friend who…

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Sport or Sabbath?

02. March 2016

Sport or Sabbath?

We have to prioritize our commitment to the Lord and keeping His Sabbath. Sports are a useful training ground

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Graciously Accepting Hospitality

04. January 2016

Graciously Accepting Hospitality

A new column on hospitality, hobbies, and honoring the Lord

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Wealth, Poverty, and a Big Family

15. July 2015

Wealth, Poverty, and a Big Family

Tom and Rosemarie Mangan didn’t plan any war on poverty. They just love their 10 children, who otherwise might seem

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Dogma and the Family Dog

06. May 2015

Dogma and the Family Dog

A mongrel of denominational habits and breeds

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Reaching Out by Making New Friends

02. June 2014

Reaching Out by Making New Friends

Second RPC ministers alongside adults who have intellectual and developmental disabilities

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Dr. Steven Garber on vocation

02. April 2012

Dr. Steven Garber on why we need people in the entertainment industry with a biblical world view of vocation.

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The Man Who Loves Politicians

01. July 2011

Taking seriously the mandate to pray for those in authority

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Foods for Thought

01. May 2010

This prof teaches great truths through everyday experiences

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Curse or Consecrate?

01. May 2010

Two ways for Christians to view a conflict

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A Good King is Hard to Find

28. October 2009

A Good King is Hard to Find

There’s a problem with our leaders, and there’s a problem wth us

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What About Going Out?

09. February 2009

What About Going Out?

Why and when should you date?

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Surprised by Courtship

09. February 2009

Surprised by Courtship

“What’s your take on the whole courtship thing?” Max asked as we worked together at the shop.

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Seeing the Gospel by Equations

09. February 2009

Seeing the Gospel by Equations

A simple way to share the one true faith

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Why I Hunt

21. November 2008

Why I Hunt

However else the dominion of man may be expressed in a modern context, its incipient element is authority over the animal kingdom.

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Finding Home on College Hill

08. October 2008

Finding Home on College Hill

Through Geneva College, many people find a home at College Hill RPC

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The Narrow Road in Broad Ripples

08. July 2008

The Narrow Road in Broad Ripples

Where college students go for nightlife, this group goes to share the gospel

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Family Worship

01. October 2006

What is it? How do we go about it? Why is it important?

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What’s Wrong with a Little Gambling?

01. February 2005

Sin and sensibility in a culture of discontent

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