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Why bring food to church?

Why bring food to church?

Suspending our afternoon ministries so we can enjoy an extended time of fellowship once a month is a long-standing tradition in our church. Historically speaking, the practice is actually ancient and apostolic. In the NT, these events were called “love feasts”...
Resources on Lent

Resources on Lent

Every year around this time, Reformed Pastors are asked, “Why doesn’t your church offer lenten services?” While our answer is simple enough — “Because we have no scriptural warrant to do so” — we understand that this answer...
I can’t find a good church!

I can’t find a good church!

Question: “I know what a true church is, but have not been able to find a good one in my area. I have been listening to sermons online, but this is no long-term solution for my spiritual needs. What am I suppose to do?” Answer:  Your predicament is a...
What’s so wrong with Halloween?

What’s so wrong with Halloween?

Question: “I was recently surprised to discover that some of the people in my church disapprove of Halloween. Why? What’s so wrong with it?” Answer: Some Christians object to the observance of Halloween because they find its historical roots and...
PCUSA VS. OPC

PCUSA VS. OPC

Question: Can you give me a brief overview of the major differences between the PCUSA and the Orthodox Presbyterian Church? Thank you. Answer: The OPC was formed during the fundamentalist-modernist controversy early in the twentieth century, when J. Gresham Machen was...