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Join us for our annual Community Breakfast!

Saturday, October 20th
8:00am – 10:00am

John Calvin School Gymnasium
330 Station Street, Smithville

Join us for an all-you-can-eat breakfast in support of
the West Lincoln Community Care Food Bank.

Bring your appetite and payment in the form
of non-perishable food items or toiletries.

Cash donations are also welcome.
For more information on the West Lincoln Community Care Foodbank, visit their website .

Hosted by the Canadian Reformed Church of Smithville

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The Family Post of two weeks ago advertised the “Ezra Institute Escarpment Lecture Series”, with Dr Peter Jones set to address the topic: Carl Jung, Psychology and Jordan Peterson on Friday, June 15. Jordan Peterson: a lecture on him sounded interesting to me – and I’m grateful I went. Continue reading Jordan Peterson

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For the third time (previously in 2012 & 2015) I traveled at the behest of the Mission Board to visit our missionary in Timor and present lectures at the Seminary where he teaches (the place is known as STAKRI). Now that I’m homeward bound, I’ll try to get some of my experiences and observations to paper for the benefit of the congregation. Continue reading Visiting Timor, Indonesia

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Precisely 400 years ago this coming November, the great Synod of Dort began its momentous work – and so we may this year expect to hear much about what this Synod accomplished. That Synod, of course, is known particularly for its publication of the Canons of Dort. But it ought not to be forgotten that this Synod also finalized a document in which the churches agreed how they would conduct themselves in church life. That’s the Church Order, officially known as the Church Order of Dort. Continue reading Do We Need The Church Order?

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People have interesting habits. The Babylonians of Ezekiel’s day believed that one of their gods, named Tammuz, died yearly when the fields turned brown. No worries, though; this god came alive again in due time, and when he did the fields turned green again. His coming alive wasn’t automatic; to ensure this god’s resuscitation, people had to bewail his death in autumn. Continue reading A Christmas Meditation

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