Rev. B. Woudenberg, of Edgerton, has declined the call from Lynden.
Rev. J. Kortering, of Hull, declined the call from Redlands.
Redlands’ new trio consists of the Revs. J. Heys, G. Lanting, and G. Vanden Berg.
Contribution from the Radio “Committee: The “Beatitudes” (Blessedness) form the basis of the radio messages to be heard during November on the broadcasts of our Reformed Witness Hour. Rev. B. Woudenberg, pastor of the Prot. Ref. Church in Edgerton, Minnesota, has chosen as the general theme for these radio sermons, “The Distinctiveness of the Children of God” as revealed in Matt. 5, which passage proclaims the truth that the children of God are the only people in this world who show forth His glory by reflecting the Divine Virtues. Rev. Woudenberg has entitled his four radio messages as follows: “Blessed are the Poor in Spirit” (Nov. 3); “Hungering and Thirsting After Righteousness” (Nov. 10); “The Pure of Heart” (Nov. 17); “The Light of the World” (Nov. 24). Our readers can obtain printed copies of these radio sermons by writing to: The Reformed Witness Hour, Box 1230, Grand Rapids, Mich. 49501. The young people of Randolph invited their parents and friends to a Singspiration Oct. 6th. The proceeds were set aside for the expenses the Young People’s Society incurred making improvements to the front of the church.
Oak Lawn’s bulletin suggests a sure-fire plan to have all the men of the congregation come out to the fist meeting of the Men’s Society. The suggestion: “You can see to it that all men are present by seeing to it that you are!” That’s placing the responsibility exactly where it belongs, don’t you agree? The Epistle to the Ephesians has been chosen to provide the members ample reason for study, and to be instructed.
. . . . See you in church.