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Hudsonville PRC recently hosted a conference with the theme, “The Answer in an Age of Uncertainty,” on Friday, January 27. Rev. Garrett Eriks spoke on “Knowing the Truth in an Age of Uncertainty,” and Rev. Andrew Lanning spoke on “Finding True Freedom in an Age of Uncertainty.” The conference was encouraging on many levels. Hudsonville’s large auditorium could not fit even one more person in its packed pews. Those responsible for hosting the event estimated that around seven hundred people filled the auditorium, overflowing into the narthex. The advertising targeted young adults, and come they did! Many college students and...

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Featured in our May 15 “Special Issue” on Missions and Evangelism was the work of various PR Evangelism Committees. The contribution of South Holland PRC’s Evangelism Committee was inadvertently omitted. With our apologies to South Holland, we print theirs belatedly below. The Evangelism Committee of the South Holland Protestant Reformed Church officially labors in direct obedience to Christ’s command to proclaim the gospel to all nations. We do this under the supervision of the council of our church, with our pastor as the chairman of the Evangelism Committee. The committee takes this work very seriously. The work is nothing less...

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Edgerton, MN; Hull and Doon, IA PRCs Edgerton, Hull, and Doon Protestant Reformed Churches are maybe rather unique in that, for almost as long as the three churches have been in existence, they have combined a good deal of their evangelism work. The Reformed Witness Committee has three members from each church, along with one sitting elder present from each. The ministers of the three churches are advisers. One of the elders is president and leads the meetings. The meetings are rotated among the three churches, with the minister of the hosting church present at the meetings held in his...

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