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City Seminary: Update from Cuba 1

City Seminary: Update from Cuba

They asked for colostomy bags.”“What?”“Colostomy bags. They have two cancer patients that need them, and she says there are none anywhere in Havana.” The “she” was Claudia, a young nurse, member of the Reformed Church in Cuba, and President of the Cuban Chapter of the Christian Nurses Association. City Seminary Board Member Jose Fabila was …

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Foi & Vie Reformees

Foi & Vie Reformees

Remembering our Forefathers in the Faith Dear Friends,18 November is fast approaching as I write this newsletter in the midst of another outburst of international turmoil, the global consequences of which are not clear yet. The situation is threatening enough to bring us to a renewed focus on our ultimate hope, which is the coming …

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Giving Thanks to the Lord

Giving Thanks to the Lord

Giving thanks always for all things unto God and the Father in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ…” (Ephesians 5:20). “Although the fig tree shall not blossom, neither shall fruit be in the vines; the labor of the olive shall fail, and the fields shall yield no meat; the flock shall be cut off …

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Living on the Edge

Living on the Edge

The Bible is many things, but people who read it seriously could not call it boring. Some chapters are repetitive or lists of names, but as a whole the Bible is quite dramatic. In the history it tells and the characters it portrays there’s a lot of excitement. But it also reveals the drama in …

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Where the heart is

Where the Heart Is

When Elner Streyle took Hulda Ziegler to the movie theater in Tripp back in 1947, who could have guessed what was to come? Now, 75 years later, the Menno couple is observing not one, not two, but three milestones, and — most importantly — a life that has been blessed. How do you measure a …

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