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Survey of Church History

Many committed, knowledgeable believers still know little about the history of the church. As a result, they’re missing a testament to God’s steadfastness over the centuries. Now, a monumental new teaching series sheds crucial light on church history, demonstrating God’s promise to build and preserve his church so that “the gates of hell will not […]

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Working for the Weekend, or Working for the Sabbath?

  Or, TGIF or TGISun? “Working for the weekend” is a fixation in the American culture. TGIF! We slave away Mondays-Fridays, and just let it all hang out Friday evenings till Sunday nights. The result? Monday morning blues. Hangover. Worn out at work. God performed his work of creation in six days, then “rested on […]

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Happy Halloween! Five Ways to Spook Your Evangelical Friends

This Saturday, October 31, you can really spook your evangelical friends. On this dark, ghoulish night 498 years ago, a Roman Catholic priest turned zombie named Martin Luther posted his 95 Heresies on the door of the haunted Wittenburg Castle. Since that night, its halls and rooms have been filled with the ghastly shrieks and apparitions […]

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New Sermon Series Introduction: The Gospel of John

This coming Lord’s Day, October 11, 2015, I’m taking a break from our study of Psalms, and will begin a new sermon series. It is a book rich in doctrines and its applications to the life of a Christian. Says Gary M. Burge in his NIV Application Commentary on John: Today, the fourth Gospel is […]

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Pasig Conference Program

Here’s a preview of our conference on August 21-22, 2015. Click images to enlarge. Download this program (PDF)

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Church Conference and Anniversary

Conference: The Father’s Love for His Son Everyone invited to this Conference and our 7th Anniversary Service on the Father’s love for his Son in Creation, Redemption, and in the believer’s Sanctification (Facebook event). Registration 100 pesos Please email albert.v.medina@prulifeuk.com.ph or dvopilgrim@gmail.com. Venue Pasig Covenant Reformed Church (click here for location map and directions) (meeting […]

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Statement on Marriage, Gender and Sexuality Based on URCNA’s Church Order

  In 2011, Metropolitan Community Church of Metro Baguio, a liberal, ecumenical church in the Philippines, held a same-sex wedding ceremony for ten couples. Since same-sex marriage is illegal in the city as well as in the country, they were declared null and void and cannot be registered in the civil registry of marriages. So […]

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5 Benefits of Church Membership

  In the current issue of Modern Reformation (July/August 2015), Andrew M. Davis writes in “The Gardeners” (pp 27-31): [This] abundance of resources has not come without a corresponding danger—that individual Christians will consider themselves sufficiently fed by celebrity pastors and leaders (living or dead), and will feel no need for covenant membership in a healthy […]

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10 Reasons Why We Study and Sing Psalms

  Next Lord’s Day, May 24, 2015, we begin a new sermon series, this time on the Book of Psalms. I have preached on several Psalms, so I would re-post them as they come into focus. This series will be divided according to the different types of Psalms (lament, praise, thanksgiving, wisdom, God’s law, etc.). […]

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5 Reasons Why We Don’t “Dedicate” Our Little Children

When reading our website, one who’s not familiar with Reformed doctrines will discover that we baptize, not “dedicate,” the little of children of the members of our church. Most Baptists perform this ritual instead of baptism because they acknowledge that their children, being children of believers, have to have some relationship with God. So why […]

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