Communication!

The prophet Amos speaks some striking words: “Can two walk together except they be agreed?” (Am. 3:3). You get the picture: in order for two people to walk together, they first have to come together and be willing to share the same path and destination. Otherwise, they won’t keep walking together in the same direction,…

FRC Uniqueness?

Question: “What makes the FRC unique among Reformed churches?” There is nothing, really, that makes us unique—if you mean that the FRC have some corner on the truth. Allow me to explain. 1. We do not have any unique privileges. We have the Scriptures and the Reformed confessions. We share this privilege with many. We…

The End

Maybe you’ve heard someone say, “I’m pre-mil, or post-mil, or a-mil.” You shrug it off and think, “That’s all Greek to me!” It actually is Greek, and refers to the various positions regarding the end times or Second Coming of Christ. “Mil” is the short form for millennium, which means a thousand years. The millennium…

Why Give Thanks?

Psalm 100:4-5: “Enter into His gates with thanksgiving, And into His courts with praise. Be thankful to Him, and bless His name. For the LORD is good; His mercy is everlasting, And His truth endures to all generations.” On Monday all our Canadian churches will have a Thanksgiving Day worship service. But “thanks” is not…