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We have entered a pew year of church activities and our bulletins reflect that fact: no more mentions of Christmas program preparations; attention being called to new directories being printed; societies resuming their meetings, some with new programs; new faces in consistories, new officers in societies; instructions for catechism pupils; and a new year ahead for our ministers in which they are privileged to search the Scriptures for old truths that are ever new, thereby finding new inspiration for themselves and us—leading us in to green pastures of God’s Word as undershepherds feeding Hi

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It seems good again to see our church bulletins filled with announcements concerning the activities of the various societies, and catechism assignments. From First’s bulletin we learn that Adams St. School has decided to solicit financial aid by direct contact in this year’s Deficit Drive. Last year’s plan of contact-by-mail proved to be deficient -in satisfying the need. The News Sheet of Adams St. School acquaints us of the fact that 222 pupils have been enrolled from 97 families; that, Miss Hulda Kuiper left for duties in the new South Holland-Oak Lawn school, and that three new teachers are: Messrs....

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June 20, 1959 Rev. H. Veldman accepted the call to serve the church in Redlands, Calif. He expects to preach his farewell sermon in Edgerton on August 2nd, D.V. The parting between the congregation and her pastor and his wife will not be pleasant for they have filled a large place in the congregation: the minister in all his labors, and Mrs. Veldman as minister’s wife and as a teacher in Edgerton’s own Christian School. The Reverend writes that he leaves Edgerton with a heavy heart, but is convinced that duty calls him to his new charge. 

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Rev. A. Mulder, of Kalamazoo, has received a call from the churches, Isabel and Forbes, in the Dakotas. Randolph has placed the following on trio: The Revs. A. Mulder, R. Veldman and G. Vanden Berg. Rev. G. Vanden Berg, pastor of the Protestant Reformed Church in Oak Lawn, Ill., will be the guest speaker on the Reformed Witness Hour in November. His messages are entitled, “Jerusalem’s Children ,Gathered,” “Keeping the Sabbath,” followed by a Thanksgiving Day message, “The Joy of Thanksgiving” Choice of Faith.” and concluding the series with, “Moses’ Address your requests for printed copies to The Reformed Witness...

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Creston’s Men and Ladies’ society was guest at the Young People’s Society Meeting of Feb. 24. The after recess program consisted of pictures of Miss Borduin’s world travels; the twice postponed toboggan party With Kalamazoo was finally held Feb. 17 at Echo Valley in Kalamazoo; and, Cornelius Lubbers, son of our Missionary will be inducted into the Army March 5 for a six month duration. 

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