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Source: The Historical Handbook of the Reformed Church, 1902, James I. Good, Electronic version, © 2004, The Synod of the Reformed Church in the U.S. A SUNRISE on the Alps is a never-to-be-forgotten sight. The traveler who sees it from the top of the Rigi mountain, will never forget the scene. After he has waited breathlessly for the first sign …
The RCUS is seeking to start a church in Omaha. If you are interested or if you know someone who might be, please contact Rev. Lee Johnson at 402-477-7289, or rev.lee.j.johnson(at)gmail.com.
We are seeking to start a Reformed Bible Study Fellowship in the Sherman, Texas area. If you are interested, or if you know someone who might be, please contact Rev. Neale Riffert at 661-886-5503 or reformnow1517(at)yahoo.com. You can also visit our website at http://www.shermanreformed.net
Mid-America Reformed Seminary invites churches to apply for a seminary intern and thus help prepare a man for the gospel ministry. Church councils should contact Rev. Mark Vander Hart, Mid-America Reformed Seminary, 229 Seminary Drive, Dyer, IN 46311-1069. His e-mail is the following: mvanderhart(at)midamerica.edu. Or call (219) 864-2400, ext. 108; fax (219) 864-2410.
Special Committee Report of the Reformed Church in the United States (1999) The attribute of unity in the church is a necessary doctrine because God has constituted the church to be the undivided body of our Lord Jesus Christ. The necessary unity of the body of Christ is analogous to the union of the members of the human body. In …