Reformed Herald

A Recent Meeting of the Minnkota Classis

The synodical Welcoming Committee, through the Reformed Group Network, continues to find groups of believers, pastors, and churches exploring their denominational options. Three pastors have entered the RCUS ministries, with one church (and perhaps others) in the process of joining the RCUS. In addition, the Reformed Group Network, through our website, introduces small groups to […]

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Foi & Vie Reformees: March 2024

Dear friends,  A month ago our camp for young adults on the topic Glorify God in your Body took place in the South of France. It brought together about 30 young Christians, some of them actually coming from quite far away. Just like last year, there was a studious and convivial atmosphere at the camp, as we covered

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Worship

Christ gave His life in my place on the Cross. I owe Him my whole life in gratitude. We are told that we are to present our “bodies a living sacrifice, holy, acceptable to God, which is your reasonable service.” Romans 12:1. But how do we do this? We are told, “I have been crucified

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Introducing the RPCNA

The Reformed Presbyterian Church of North America was organized in Philadelphia in 1798. It has a long history. Nonetheless, understanding the denomination today still requires understanding its roots in Scotland.  God brought the gospel to Scotland during the Middle Ages, and the Scottish church suffered the late medieval decline in what had become the Roman

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Christians for Armenia

Making progress in our translation of the Old Testament  Dear friends,  We are preparing to send the Pentateuch (Genesis to Deuteronomy) to our printer in Yerevan for a limited printout aimed at receiving feedback on our translation from Hebrew to modern Eastern Armenian. We continue to follow up closely the work of our translator and

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Report on the Humanitarian Aid Program

Description of the situation In September 2023 the resumption of the half-starved and 10-month blockade of Artsakh, the forced deportation of Armenians from all over the territory in a few days and the terrible migration constituted an ethnic cleansing that will leave its mark for a long time, especially in the normal development of adolescents.

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Enduring Trials

For look! The wicked bend their bow, They make ready their arrow on the string, That they may shoot secretly at the upright in heart…The LORD tests the righteous, But the wicked and the one who loves violence His soul hates. (Psalm 11:2 & 5) In the verses which we are considering this week we see

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Women in Church History: Anne Bradstreet

(1612–1672) America’s First Published Poet Anne Bradstreet, one of the earliest American colonists, was both the daughter and wife of Massachusetts governors, and she became the mother of eight children. Her poems reveal a well-educated woman who avidly observed the natural world, delighted in her husband and children, and above all gloried in Christ. Her

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