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Why you can rest—even in the middle of the mess

There are those days when your country is burning around you and your heart within you. When your eyes sting from smoke, or shame, or emotions you can’t even name.  464 more words

God's Character

Heidelberg L/D 16 Teaching Pack

‘The Christian’s Happy Death’

A teaching resource pack to teach the important lessons of H/C 16, Questions 40-43.


  • Introduction – Why we need a ‘theology of death and dying.’
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Heidelberg Catechism

Lord's Day 2: Of the Misery of Man

Heidelberg Catechism, LORD’S DAY 2

Question 3
Whence knowest thou thy misery?
Out of the law of God.

Romans 3:20  20 For by works of the law no human being will be justified in his sight, since through the law comes knowledge of sin. 777 more words

Small Church

Question 81

Question 81 from the Heidelberg Catechism

Q: Who may to come to the Lord’s Table?

A:  Those who are displeased with themselves because of their sins, but who nevertheless trust that their sins are pardoned and that their continuing weakness is covered by the suffering and death of Christ, and who also desire more to strengthen their faith and to lead a better life.   279 more words


A Living Member, Always

The Heidelberg Catechism describes the invisible Church like this:

Ruben Cardenas reblogged this on Pilgrim Mode and commented:

Beautifully put. Read it a few times and muse over it.

A KIROS Event for April 2015: The Ten Myths of Vocation

On Thursday, April 16th Matthew Kaemingk, Director of Cascade Fellows, spoke at the KIROS Bellevue Chapter breakfast at Maggiano’s in Bellevue, WA.  It was a smaller, more intimate setting than normal since the meeting was on Thursday instead of its normal second Friday of the month.  489 more words


The Quick and the Dead

I was at a church recently that was working its way through the Heidelberg Catechism as a means of confession of faith. This particular Sunday, they were on question number 46: 471 more words

Biblical Truth