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We live in a world which has become far too frantic.  If we have a moment to step back and wonder, we usually cannot figure out how our lives have become so hectic.  Much of this busyness comes from the way in which everything is clamoring for our focus.  “All you have to do is…this.” […]

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John Huss (1369-1415)

The views of John Wycliffe quickly traveled beyond England, crisscrossing Europe. Around the year 1400 his ideas began to take root in Bohemia (a region now known as the Czech Republic), where Wycliffe was called the fifth evangelist.   Roman Catholic bishops in Bohemia banned Wycliffe’s writings. But John Huss (Jan Hus), a brilliant Bohemian

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Synod 2024

President’s Report on the State of the Church It is truly both an extreme honor and a humbling experience to serve the church as president of Synod. So many of you have been very gracious with your words of encouragement, counsel and support. Thank you for all your kindness. Above all, I praise and thank

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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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