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Reformed Literature in the Philippines: Books, Books, and More Books

You may remember from this post a few months ago that we shipped a large order of books to Rev. Daniel Kleyn and his wife, Sharon, in the Philippines. Well, their shipment arrived and they were kind enough to share these photos with us!      To learn more about who's reading all these books, click here and head on over to the the Kleyns' blog!

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Save the Date!

RFPA Annual Meeting September 27, 2012  |  Hudsonville Protestant Reformed Church  |  7:30 p.m. Save the date for the RFPA Annual Meeting! This year's keynote address will be given by book author and co-editor of the Standard Bearer Prof. Barry Gritters, professor of practical theology and New Testament studies at the Protestant Reformed Seminary. Gritters will present Church Membership in a Postmodern Era in connection with a conference on postmodernism given by Hudsonville Protestant Reformed Church this past winter and in...

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Take a Tour: Where Reformed Literature is Published

Ever wonder where all of our books are published? Come take a tour of our office!     1. Our office is headquartered in Jenison, Michigan, on a quiet side street. Stop in for a visit! We'd love to show you around.  2. This building was constructed in late 2005, and in January of 2006, the RFPA moved from the basement of the Protestant Reformed Church seminary to this beautiful facility. 3. The main office area is the center of publishing...

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NEW! eSubscriptions Now Available!

Are you a digital junkie? Do you have a long commute or do you travel frequently for work? Does your Standard Bearer issue always seem to arrive after the publication date? Then the eSubscription to the Standard Bearer is perfect for you!   Read the latest issue easily from your mobile device or computer in a number of formats (eBook, PDF, or FlippingBook). Click here to subscribe today. (Oh, and current hardcopy subscribers, you qualify for a half-priced eSubscription. Click here...

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Remembering the Schism of 1953: Historical Sermons and Lectures Now Available!

You may have noticed that we added a new set of sermons and lectures to the Heritage Recordings audio collection. The sermons and lectures listed in this category are a commemorative set regarding the Schism of 1953 within the Protestant Reformed Churches in America (PRCA). The issue was the gospel of salvation by sovereign, particular grace in regard to the covenant of God with the children of believers as signified and sealed in the baptism of infants. The two main warriors...

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Reformed Literature Headed for the Philippines

This stack of books has been cleared from the packing room. More than 275 books are on their way to the Philippines! (All the books stacked on the packing room counter, ready to be packed.) Rev. Daniel Kleyn and his wife, Sharon, (missionaries representing the Protestant Reformed Churches in America) have been selling our books in the Philippines for the past several years. If you live in the Philippines and are wanting Reformed literature or are interested in making contact with...

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Bringing the Books to Eager Readers

 A new release always means a new mess. In a good way, of course. A cluttered packing room indicates eager readers! When the pallets of books arrive from the printer, the Book Club members get first priority and the packing room gets a little messy.   (Rachel comes and helps pack the Book Club books each time a new book is released.) Every member receives one copy of each new book at the Book Club discount price (30-35% off) and FREE...

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New Release Responds to Critics of Its Prequel

The newest book release, titled A Defense of the Church Institute by David J. Engelsma, is a defense of the author's controversial book (Bound to Join) that took issue with the deteriorating view of church membership in the 21st century. Criticism of the position Engelsma takes in Bound to Join has come from Christians who reject the idea of church membership, preferring to live apart from other saints. Surprisingly, criticism has also come from Reformed and Presbyterian Christians who claim that...

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RFPA Update Spring 2012

  [Best if opened in IE or FireFox]  Articles in this Issue: The Next Five Years: Our Use of God's Good Gifts Annual Meeting Recap In Review: Covenant and Election in the Reformed Tradition A Word from our Readers...

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RFPA Update Winter 2011

  [Best if opened in IE or FireFox]   Articles in this Issue: On Writing and Purpose: And Interview with Herman Hanko RFPA Annual Meeting In Review: Bound to Join Largest Order in the History of the RFPA A Word from our Readers

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RFPA Update Winter 2010

   [Best if opened in IE or FireFox]   Articles in this Issue: France and Other Adventures: Who is Annemie? By Paula and Rachel Kamps The History of the RFPA 1960 to the Present: From Periodicals and Pamphlets to Books. The RFPA Annual Meeting Interesting Facts about the RFPA Conferences Attended Book Review on The Reformed Faith of John Calvin: The Institutes in Summary by David J. Engelsma

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