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Luther on Dads & Diapers

Luther on Dads & Diapers

Gentlemen, as you think today about how much work your wife does in her daily domestic service,  and how demeaning some of her chores may appear to us, consider these choice words from Martin Luther’s sermon “The Estate of Marriage” and seriously consider...
Study: The Joy of Gender

Study: The Joy of Gender

Everyone wants to be happy, but we will never find true happiness until we first understand and embrace our God-assigned identity as either male or female.  “Hey, them’s fightn’ words!” Well, maybe in our modern culture… but from the...
Teaching Children to Worship

Teaching Children to Worship

Worship is very important—in fact, the most important thing that we do. The Shorter Catechism says, “Man’s chief end is to glorify God, and to enjoy him forever.” God created us to worship him, and worshiping God is our most important task—our chief...
Communicant Member Class

Communicant Member Class

What is involved in making a public profession of faith in Christ and uniting with his church? Our non-communicant members are invited to come discover the answer to these questions and more. 03/20/18 – Assignment 1 04/03/18 – Assignment 2 04/17/18 –...
Free Book: Family Religion

Free Book: Family Religion

One of the saddest things in the world is the inconsistency that can be observed when most families get home from church. During one hour of worship once a week, everything is just as it should be. The family is together, smiling, and honoring God. However, this...
Is my child ready for communion?

Is my child ready for communion?

One of the responsibilities of sessions is determining whether a non-communing child is now ready to receive the Lord’s Supper. Over the years, it has become the custom in many Reformed churches, even Old School Presbyterian ones, to assume that member children will...