May our sons in their youth be like plants full grown, our daughters like corner pillars cut for the structure of a palace.
PSALM 144:12

MEET PLANTS & PILLARS

Hey there, welcome to Plants & Pillars! This website is a place where we invite young people to come and visit, read, watch, learn, discuss and engage with us about God and life.

It’s also a place where you will be able read daily devotionals for yourself, find Bible Studies for your youth group, and see a calendar of youth events for all the Free Reformed Churches of North America (FRC).

We hope also that this will be a place where you will not only hear from us, but where you also put questions to us. Questions that maybe you don’t know who to ask, or that you are too embarrassed/shy/scared to ask, or maybe just a question about something that you just would like an answer to. You can anonymously post your question and we will send it to a minister in the FRC to answer, and we’ll post it back to this website.

We are excited to bring you Christian articles and videos from a Reformed perspective and worldview that are Bible-centered and God-glorifying.

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Christian Philosophy? (4)

UNDERSTANDING THE CHRIST-CENTERED METAPHYSICS OF COLOSSIANS What is real? Nothing? Perceptions? Material things? The eternal? The question of ultimate reality is generally referred to as the question of metaphysics. This is often discussed as the problem of the one and the many. While discussions in metaphysics often debate whether reality is about the one or…

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A Father’s Love

My daughter in love Life covered in roses Sweet fluttering heart fooled By this one who proposes   No Genuine spirit To be found in the lad A flourish of kindness For a lifetime of bad   I witness the wilds Of an eloquent user Today opening doors Tomorrow abuser   She sees delight Where…

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Christian Philosophy? (3)

UNDERSTANDING THE CHRIST-CENTERED EPISTEMOLOGY OF COLOSSIANS “How do I know?” is usually called the epistemological question. Epistemology is the study of, “the nature and scope of knowledge, its presuppositions and basis, and the general reliability of claims to knowledge.”1   What Paul says Paul’s basic response to, “How do I know?” is that when we…

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