Personal Devotions (8)
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by youngcalvinists
1w ago
This continues a series of reflections on personal devotions written by individuals from many different walks of life. This reflection was written by Rick Moore. It is the second segment of his contribution, continuing on from post number seven in this series. Falling Short and Why It is immediately clear when we see the standard ..read more
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Personal Devotions (7)
Young Calvinists | Blog of the Protestant Reformed Young People
by youngcalvinists
3w ago
This continues a series of reflections on personal devotions written by individuals from many different walks of life. This reflection was written by Rick Moore. It will be posted in two parts, due to length. Personal devotions in the Christian life are of utmost importance.  Yet, almost any Christian you ask will tell you that ..read more
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Personal Devotions (6)
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by youngcalvinists
1M ago
This continues a series of reflections on personal devotions written by individuals from many different walks of life. This reflection was written by Lynne Huizinga, a member of Georgetown PRC. I would like to begin with an analogy I heard from a pastor: Let’s say I know I have a very, very busy week ahead ..read more
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Personal Devotions (5)
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by youngcalvinists
2M ago
This continues a series of reflections on personal devotions written by individuals from many different walks of life. This reflection was written by Lael Griess, wife of Prof. Cory Griess and mother of seven. Have you ever had the blessing of a very close friend?  Maybe even a best friend?  As children you might play ..read more
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Personal Devotions (4)
Young Calvinists | Blog of the Protestant Reformed Young People
by youngcalvinists
3M ago
This continues a series of reflections on personal devotions written by individuals from many different walks of life. This reflection was written by Brantley VanOverloop, a math teacher at Covenant Christian High School. Personal devotions are such an important part of a Christian’s spiritual life. Doing devotions with your family or with the class at ..read more
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Personal Devotions (3)
Young Calvinists | Blog of the Protestant Reformed Young People
by youngcalvinists
3M ago
This continues a series of reflections on personal devotions written by individuals from many different walks of life. This reflection was written by Robin Block, a wife and mother. Devotions and Consistency:  I learned over the years that it’s easier to stay consistent in devotions when I had accountability to someone else, e.g., a friend ..read more
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Personal Devotions Testimonials (1)
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by youngcalvinists
4M ago
In connection with the recent Young Calvinists workshops on personal devotions, we will be posting “personal devotions testimonials” written by individuals from many different walks of life. The first is from Aaron Van Dyke, a third year seminary student with a wife and young child. I find that if I don’t make time for devotions ..read more
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Reminder: Workshop #2 – September 24 – 8pm at Trinity PRC
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by youngcalvinists
5M ago
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Tomorrow Night!
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by youngcalvinists
6M ago
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Worship in the Reformed Confessions
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by youngcalvinists
7M ago
Throughout the Reformed confessions, we can learn more about the truths that we stand for with regard to our worship of God and our lives as Christians. The world around us is wicked and perverse, and we see the falling away of churches towards wrong worship of our holy God. As Reformed believers, there are ..read more
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