An Introduction to Covenant Theology In these sermons, Rev. Michael Ericson of Trinity Presbyterian Reformed Church, does an expository study of God’s covenants in Scripture. Links and embedded audio players have been added for your convenience. These sermons, which provide insight into the covenants of Scripture, are sure to edify you and prove to be a helpful resource. I. The […]Read More
Is it a sin to be afraid? Ed Welch answers this question that is on the hearts of many Christians who struggle with fear. ⇑ Please Click the text to view the videoRead More Is It a Sin to Be Afraid?
by Ed Welch One pastoral goal is to make Scripture meaningful so that it speaks to everyday struggles. Among these everyday struggles, it’s likely that fear and anxiety top your list. These really are everywhere. Here are ways I encountered fear and anxiety over just the last twenty-four hours. I celebrated with the parents of […]Read More So Much Fear and Anxiety
August 29, 2017 | Brandon D. Crowe Share Bible & Theology Lightstock All Christians acknowledge that the Gospels are vital for discipleship today. But interpreting and applying the Gospels can be difficult since they’re about things that happened a long time ago—“back then.” What difference do these ancient events make for our daily lives? The Gospels are relevant […]Read More Jesus ‘Bound the Strong Man’ and What That Means for You
by Rev. Leonard T. Van Horn A. The fifth commandment is, Honour thy father and thy mother; that thy days may be long upon the land which the Lord thy God giveth thee. Q. 64 What is required in the fifth commandment? A. The fifth commandment requireth the preserving the honor, and performing the duties, belonging to […]Read More STUDIES IN THE WESTMINSTER SHORTER CATECHISMSTUDIES IN THE WESTMINSTER SHORTER CATECHISM-Q. 63 Which is the fifth commandment?
8 April, 2018 in April 2018 by archivist | No comments STUDIES IN THE WESTMINSTER SHORTER CATECHISM by Rev. Leonard T. Van Horn. Q. 62. What are the reasons annexed to the fourth commandment? A. The reasons annexed to the fourth commandment are, God’s allowing us six days of the week for our own employments, his […]Read More Q. 62. What are the reasons annexed to the fourth commandment?
28 March, 2018 in March 2018 by archivist | No comments The Importance of a Christian Home by Rev. David T. Myers The father of five children—four girls and a boy—was a God-fearing man and a member of the Methodist church in Watsonville, California. He was first a farmer, then a carpenter, and finally a builder. […]Read More March 28: Rev. Donald Grey Barnhouse [1895-1960]
30 March, 2018 in March 2018 by archivist | No comments Lately there has been a good bit of discussion on the nature of the offices in the Church. Addressing that subject, we’d like to present the following. As explained below, the following article by Franklin Pierce Ramsay appeared posthumously in the July 1930 issue of […]Read More March 30: The Office of Ruling Elder
April 1: Van Horn on WSC Q. 61 1 April, 2018 in April 2018 by archivist | No comments STUDIES IN THE WESTMINSTER SHORTER CATECHISM Q. 61. What is forbidden in the fourth commandment? A. The fourth commandment forbiddeth the omission, or careless performance, of the duties required, and the profaning the day by idleness, or doing […]Read More Q. 61. What is forbidden in the fourth commandment?
By churchwatcher on April 1, 2018 Brian Houston recently made the claim that, “Jesus became you, so that you could become Him.” You can watch the footage below and read the transcript. Watch the clip in context and if you agree or disagree with us quoting him, ask yourself this question – why does he think […]Read More Brian Houston: “Jesus became you, so that you could become Him…”