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How Do North Korean Defectors Go Through Catechesis?

I’m convinced that Christian catechesis is not only for children who are being confirmed, but important for all Christians everywhere to learn the basics of the faith. And this need isn’t restricted to a particular country or culture. The church … Continue reading

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Best Resource For Christian Visitation (And Even Christian Fundraising): Richard Baxter’s The Reformed Pastor

The web is rife with pages and posts about what to do when you as a Christian undertake to visit people in their homes. Most of it is certainly logical so far as it goes. Regrettably, though, much of the … Continue reading

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The Best Wesleyan/Methodist Catechism (And Why You Should Care Even If You Are Neither Wesleyan Nor Methodist)

Post by Pastor Foley. I’m so excited as I write this post because–oh wait. Let me do this in correct catechetical format: Q1. Why are you so excited as you write this post? A1. I’m so excited as I write this post … Continue reading

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