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2023 Reading Plans as You Plan to Read

I hope your planning to read in 2023. Specifically, I hope you are planning to read your Bible and good theology in 2023. From my experience, most people won’t do either without a plan. Read this for a challenging encouragement to get started – You Have More Time for Bible Reading than You Think Here are some helpful plans for… Read more →

Covid-19 & Sunday, Gathered Worship

Sunday, 14 June New Zealand is now at Alert Level 1. Therefore all restrictions around on Physical, Gathered Worship Services are off. From Sunday, 14 June we plan to resume services as “normal” with no need for keeping attendance, with providing a creche and our Morning Tea. We aim to resume our 9:30 Children’s Sunday School and Adult Bible Class… Read more →

Pondering Job in a Pandemic – Chapter 39

In chapter 39 of Job God continues to speak. As He does, He continues to ask Job rhetorical questions. These questions continue to demonstrate God’s power and authority over His creation. Yet, even more, they demonstrate his immanent care for His creation. God is all powerful, yet He is not distant from His creation. He meets the needs of all… Read more →

Fellowship of Reformed Baptist Churches: Roving Classroom – Saturday, 24 August

We have the opportunity and privilege to host our Fellowship’s Roving Classroom in August.All from RBC are welcome to attendWe will have visiting attendees from other Fellowship and area churchesCloser to the time we will seek volunteers to serve with catering. Watch this space… 🙂 FRBCNZ Roving Classroom – Rolleston When: Saturday, 24 Aug 2019Topic: Ruth–God Gives a Harvest of Sovereign Lovingkindness… Read more →

Liar, Lunatic, Lord or Maybe Legend

C. S. Lewis’ very memorable way of putting this… Stated in a radio talk in 1942 later published in Mere Christianity in 1952: “I am trying here to prevent anyone saying the really foolish thing that people often say about Him: ‘I’m ready to accept Jesus as a great moral teacher, but I don’t accept his claim to be God.’… Read more →

Resources for Home

Over the past few months we have been making use of the book Small Talks on Big Questions by Selah Helms and Susan Thompson Kahler during our “children’s story”. This book is essentially a teaching tool for working through a Children’s Catechism based on the Westminster Confession of Faith & 1689 The London Baptist Confession. We have also started in our 9:30 Bible Class a series where… Read more →