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Are You Listening?

Recently a missionary said: “Violence against Christians is on the increase in every part of the world, the West included. God is removing His restraints, with the result that political oppression, polarization of peoples and ideas and harsh raw violence are surfacing everywhere, and as it was in the days of the early church, men […]

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Passing the Banner

Laurie Vanden Heuvel (Mrs. Thomas Vanden Heuvel) has consented to replace Miss Johanna Timmer as editor of “Reformed Women Speak.” We welcome her as new editor of this department. With a mixture of sadness and joy we learned of the passing of Miss Johanna Timmer. We were sad because the church had lost a spiritual […]

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“Shall We Dance?”

In this day of changing values and consequent spiritual decline and moral decay, the Christian often finds himself frustrated and discouraged by the world around him. But even more disheartening is the discovery of deterioration within one’s own gates. An examination of the Acts of Synod, CRC, 1977, gives ca use for concern in several […]

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What’s “Good” About Good Friday?

Laurie Vanden Heuvel has previously contributed a number of articles to THE OUTLOOK. She is the wife of Rev. Thomas Vanden Heuvel, pastor of the First Christian Reformed Church of Chino, California. There was a young lad in his early teens who, in his stroll through an art gallery, came upon a huge painting of […]

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Feed My Lambs (2)

Laurie Vanden Heuvel has pursued special study in the matter of church education. This is her second article in a series on Feed My Lambs. She writes: “Every one of us is a teacher. If we are silent about the things of the Lord, we are still teaching—teaching indifference or hostility to the things of […]

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Feed My Lambs (1)

Laurie Vanden Heuvel has pursued special study in the matter of church education. This is the first article in what she has planned as a series on Feed My Lambs. She writes “if we as a church aspire to stem the tide of apostasy and decay all around us, we will have to see to […]

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Seek First the Kingdom – In Education

In this article Laurie Vanden Heuvel aims to portray Christian Education against the background of American education in the public school as well as the struggles going on among the eRe constituency. The author is the wife of Rev. Thomas C. Vanden Heuvel, pastor of the Central Avenue Christian Reformed Church in Holland. Michigan. Mrs. […]

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This is the second and concluding installment of the report on Dr. Francis Schaeffer’s lectures delivered at a two-day conference (Feb. 15, 16, ’73) of the National Presbyterian Reformed Fellowship in Atlanta, Georgia. Rev. Thomas Vanden Heuvel serves on the board of the NPRF and is pastor of the Central Avenue Christian Reformed Church of […]

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Rev. Thomas Vanden Heuvel serves on the board of the National Presbyterian and Reformed Fellowship and is pastor of the Central Avenue Christian Reformed Church of Holland Michigan. Mrs. Laurie Vanden Heuvel is a graduate of Calvin College. Their report on Dr. Schaeffer’s lectures in Atlanta will appear in two installments. In 1968, a book […]

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