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Interview with Kathleen DeJong on His Mercy Endureth Forever: Psalm 136

Kathleen’s illustrations include both full-page paintings created with acrylics and simple drawings. Not only are the illustrations engaging, they serve the beautiful message of the psalm: God is faithful to his covenant people and to their children. To introduce RFPA readers to Kathleen and this new concept of children’s literature, we recently interviewed her about her illustration work and her upcoming book. Below is an excerpt from the interview: 1. Why did you choose to illustrate a psalm? Why did you...

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Guess what finally came in?

We are SO excited that T is for Tree is finally here! If you haven't ordered a copy already, you will want to order one! https://bit.ly/2FF3cuD This alphabet book, written and illustrated by Connie L. Meyer, is a collection of Bible passages, short rhymes, and detailed illustrations designed to teach young children of their heavenly Father’s almighty power and his faithfulness to fulfill the promises he makes to them as children of his covenant. Use this book to instruct your children in the...

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The Bible and Israel (3)

Having identified the significance of the nation of Israel and having explained the meaning of Jew in the Bible, we move on to another important question—who are the children of Abraham? Abraham is the father of the faithful, that is, the spiritual father of those who believe. Obviously, the Jews, as they call themselves, claim Abraham as their father: they boast physical and religious descent from him. This was so in the days of John the Baptist and of Jesus Christ,...

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The Bible and Israel (2)

In our first blog post, we demonstrated the status of Israel as a nation is not a political but a theological and exegetical matter. Whatever your political views concerning the Middle Eastern “peace process,” the Bible clearly defines who or what Israel is. We also demonstrated that, while many Christians, mostly of premillennial dispensational persuasion, view the “land promise” to Abraham as yet to be fulfilled, Abraham himself understood it very differently, although he never possessed the land, “no, not so...

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READ KNOW GROW

READ KNOW GROW“Till I come, give attendance to reading, to exhortation, to doctrine” 1 Timothy 4:13. #ReadRFPAbooks “In his inscrutable wisdom God determined from all eternity that he would be revealed to his people through the Bible, his written revelation, the entirety of which we new dispensation believers now have in our hands. And the Bible as a written revelation must be read. God could have revealed himself savingly in Jesus Christ through some other means, but he determined that he...

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I is for Ice

T is for Tree: A Bible ABC written and illustrated by Connie L. Meyer The unifying theme of T is for Tree is God’s promises to his people and his almighty power to fulfill those promises. One of the most important reasons the author chose to write an ABC book was to introduce young children to a variety of Bible texts.Using twenty-six letters of the English alphabet, children will learn about topics ranging from the rainbow as the sign of the covenant, to God’s directive hand...

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"Share this lovely ABC book with your youngest children"

"Share this lovely ABC book with your youngest children"

The Reformed Free Publishing Association is pleased to present T is for Tree: A Bible ABC book written and illustrated by returning author and illustrator Connie L. Meyer. Connie is the author of the book Gottschalk: Servant of God published in November 2015. The expected release date of this title is January/February 2018.   "Share this lovely ABC book with your youngest children. Mrs. Meyer’s colorful, detailed illustrations please the eyes, her simple, rhyming verses gratify the ears, and the selected scripture texts...

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Taking Scripture Seriously

‘Both sides take the Bible seriously.’ This is a common claim heard in the debates about women-in-office and homosexuality. Christians who favor the approval of women-in-office and of homosexuality make this statement in order to establish their views as legitimate interpretations of the Bible. So they make it appear that they and their opponents are the same in that both take Bible seriously. But even if those who approve of women-in-office and homosexuality do take the Bible seriously, whatever that may...

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