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The Keys to a Long-Term Ministry

The Apostle Paul tells Timothy to “remain” in Ephesus. He doesn’t say how long he is to do so. Yet something is to be gained by staying put. The Apostle doesn’t elaborate. Perhaps we can begin to provide some clues. We believe in long-term ministry and would like to identify several keys to achieving one.
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Sonship: An Adequate Psychology of Christian Experience?

In January, 2001 the Reverends Terry L. Johnson and Stephen E. Smallman were asked to lead the PCA through an “umpired debate” of the Sonship program. The following are the three submissions of Mr. Johnson.
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Core Values for Reformed Church Planting

Our vision for the church is both biblical and Presbyterian. It is consistent with the best of our historic church life and with our Christ-mandated mission. As we seek to plant churches that are growing, vibrant, reflections of a full-orbed biblical faith, th...
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The Sealing of the Covenant: The Reformed Administration of the Lord’s Supper

The Sealing of the Covenant: The Reformed Administration of the Lord’s Supper

It is a shame that the status of the Lord’s Supper should ever have been reduced in the churches of the Reformed tradition.
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Improving Our Baptism

Paedobaptisms have lost the solemnity characteristic of previous generations and have devolved into a “Precious Moments” ritual.
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Calvinistic Child-Rearing

Ironically, the happiest of children are those accustomed to hearing the parental “no.” The fussy, whiney, miserable child has too many options and not enough maturity to make choices.
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