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2016 RFPA Annual Meeting

"Lord Grant Boldness: The RFPA's Witness in the Sexual Revolution"
Rev. Joshua Engelsma
Date given: 09-29-2016

Location: Providence Protestant Reformed Church (Hudsonville, MI)

 

NOTE: At 57:12 the audio recording cuts off and goes straight into the secretary's report by Josh Hoekstra. The beginning of the secretary's report starts out like this:
The Truth Never Begs: The Necessary Voice of the Reformed Free Publishing Association.

In 1053 Herman Hoeksema penned an editorial titled "Why We Should Read the Standard Bearer." He stated: Mark you well...

 

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AUDIO - Lord Grant Boldness: The RFPA's Witness in the Sexual Revolution

2016 RFPA Annual Meeting

"Lord Grant Boldness: The RFPA's Witness in the Sexual Revolution"
Rev. Joshua Engelsma
Date given: 09-29-2016

Location: Providence Protestant Reformed Church (Hudsonville, MI)

 

NOTE: At 57:12 the recording cuts off and goes straight into the secretary's report by Josh Hoekstra. The beginning of the secretary's report starts out like this:
The Truth Never Begs: The Necessary Voice of the Reformed Free Publishing Association.

In 1053 Herman Hoeksema penned an editorial titled "Why We Should Read the Standard Bearer." He stated: Mark you well...

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TONIGHT! - RFPA Annual Meeting - "Lord Grant Boldness": The RFPA's Witness in the Sexual Revolution

Western society is presently in the grips of a powerful revolution. This is a revolution of massive scope and earth-shaking consequences. It is a sexual revolution, a revolution proudly trumpeting fornication, homosexuality, transgenderism, and the like. What are the origins of this revolution? How does it show itself in the present? What is the future of it? And then, what is the calling of the RFPA in the face of this revolution?

Plan to attend the RFPA Annual meeting TONIGHT and hear Rev. Joshua Engelsma speak on "Lord Grant Boldness": The RFPA's Witness in the Sexual Revolution. 

Date: Thursday, September 29, 2016
Time: 7:30 pm
Place: Providence Protestant Reformed Church
1569 44th St SW, Hudsonville MI 49426
 

Men, women, and young people are welcome! 

 

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RFPA Annual Meeting - "Lord Grant Boldness": The RFPA's Witness in the Sexual Revolution


Western society is presently in the grips of a powerful revolution. This is a revolution of massive scope and earth-shaking consequences. It is a sexual revolution, a revolution proudly trumpeting fornication, homosexuality, transgenderism, and the like. What are the origins of this revolution? How does it show itself in the present? What is the future of it? And then, what is the calling of the RFPA in the face of this revolution?

Plan to attend the RFPA Annual meeting this week and hear Rev. Joshua Engelsma speak on "Lord Grant Boldness": The RFPA's Witness in the Sexual Revolution. 

Date: Thursday, September 29, 2016
Time: 7:30 pm
Place: Providence Protestant Reformed Church
1569 44th St SW, Hudsonville MI 49426

 

Men, women, and young people are welcome! 

 

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RFPA Update Fall 2015 Issue

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Articles in this issue:

Association Membership and Book Club Membership: Are They Important? Is There a Difference?

New Sign and Landscaping

New RFPA Publications Coming in October 2015

The Triple Knowledge

Do you know...

The Standard Bearer

2015 RFPA Annual Meeting Recap

In Review: Faith Made Perfect

Reader Feedback

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RFPA Update - Winter 2015

 

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Articles in this Issue:

Looking for More Authors for Children's Books

New Books

The Bearer of the Standard: In the Age of Compromise

Come, Ye Children: A Bible Storybook for Young Children—Best Storybook I've Had

The Triple Knowledge Series

In Review: Hyper-Calvinism and the Call of the Gospel: An Examination of the Well-Meant Offer of the Gospel

Recap of the RFPA Annual Meeting

1834 Reviews & Feedback

Reader Feedback

 

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THIS WEEK! - RFPA Annual Meeting: The Importance of Reading Church History

 

In the Nicene Creed the church confesses that there is only “one holy catholic and apostolic church.” This means that the Christian faith and life of the true church of Jesus Christ as she is manifested today in various denominations and congregations is rooted in the church of the past. Times may have changed but the church today shares with the church of the past the same Lord, the same faith, the same battle, the same hope, and the same purpose—to bring glory to name of our great God. The church must be conscious of her past history in order to be sure that she is continuing on the right path. In other words the study of church history is important.

The study of church history is all the more important because of the constant attack of enemies who seek to knock her off of the “old paths.” Satan desires that the members of the church be ignorant of their history. Lack of interest in church history plays into the evil one’s hands. Church history can then be distorted and used to spread false doctrine and support wicked behavior, as is often attempted today. The study of church history is an important part of the battle of faith she must wage to remain faithful to God.

That the church carries on this battle and remains faithful to God is of course not due at all to her own strength. God’s is the glory for his sovereign work through Jesus Christ of gathering, defending, and preserving his church. Do you confess you are and always will be a living member of the one holy catholic and apostolic church of Jesus Christ? Then church history is the history of God’s amazing faithfulness to you. So reading church history is important—to know what God has done—to thank God for what he has done.

THIS MEETING WILL BE LIVESTREAMED at Grandville PR Church's website.

 

Meeting location:

Grandville Protestant Reformed Church (Map)
4320 40th Street SW
Grandville, MI 49418

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RFPA Annual Meeting - "The Importance of Reading Church History"

 

In the Nicene Creed the church confesses that there is only “one holy catholic and apostolic church.” This means that the Christian faith and life of the true church of Jesus Christ as she is manifested today in various denominations and congregations is rooted in the church of the past. Times may have changed but the church today shares with the church of the past the same Lord, the same faith, the same battle, the same hope, and the same purpose—to bring glory to name of our great God. The church must be conscious of her past history in order to be sure that she is continuing on the right path. In other words the study of church history is important.

The study of church history is all the more important because of the constant attack of enemies who seek to knock her off of the “old paths.” Satan desires that the members of the church be ignorant of their history. Lack of interest in church history plays into the evil one’s hands. Church history can then be distorted and used to spread false doctrine and support wicked behavior, as is often attempted today. The study of church history is an important part of the battle of faith she must wage to remain faithful to God.

That the church carries on this battle and remains faithful to God is of course not due at all to her own strength. God’s is the glory for his sovereign work through Jesus Christ of gathering, defending, and preserving his church. Do you confess you are and always will be a living member of the one holy catholic and apostolic church of Jesus Christ? Then church history is the history of God’s amazing faithfulness to you. So reading church history is important—to know what God has done—to thank God for what he has done.

Meeting location:

Grandville Protestant Reformed Church (Map)
4320 40th Street SW
Grandville, MI 49418

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RFPA Update Spring 2014

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Articles in this Issue:

The Committees behind the Work

Arrival of 1834

Association Meeting

RFPA Board

In Review: 1834: Hendrik de Cock's Return to the True Church

Reader Feedback

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RFPA Annual Meeting Recap

What a wonderful evening! We are excited to report a great turnout and an edifying assembly for our annual association meeting, held last night at Georgetown Protestant Reformed Church in Hudsonville, MI.

In addition to a large crowd of readers, families, and friends, last night also marked record high attendance in the last 10 years for Association members with 86 present and, by God's grace, we experienced the encouraging growth of 14, mostly young, new members. What an encouragement to see young people taking an interest in the important work of the RFPA!

Board president Michael Bosveld opened the evening with prayer, followed by Rev. Brian Huizinga's excellent, timely speech entitled "Encouraging the Next Generation to Read" and reports by the RFPA board secretary and treasurer.

The audio recording of the meeting in its entirety is available for download on SermonAudio.com and the text of the speech and the reports will be published in upcoming issues of the Standard Bearer.

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