* Reformed Discussion Table Meeting

Some of the young adults here have formed a group called the Reformed Discussion Table.  They get together now and then to discuss Reformed doctrines that are of interest to them.  Sometimes they ask the pastors or missionaries to speak on a topic for them.  This past Saturday they asked Rev. Kleyn to speak on Common Grace -- specifically it's affect on the doctrines of total depravity and the gospel.   We had 12 young adults gather at our house for the afternoon and evening.

The young adults who were able to attend.

There were a few hours of questions and fellowship, singing and devotions.

 Around 3:00 p.m., we got ready for the talk on common grace.

Rev. Kleyn spoke for about an hour.

There was another hour of questions after the speech.

And then we all had more fellowship together over supper.

We had an enjoyable Saturday afternoon and evening.  We are thankful for the interest these young adults have in the doctrines of Sovereign Particular Grace.

Soli Deo Gloria!

* PRCP Youth Camp 2017 (3)

Friday morning was the final hours of the camp -- a time for the Final Assembly, with distribution of awards and certificates, picture taking and good byes.

Group shot of all the youth

Champorado -- a delicious snack

Spontaneous game

Signing the camp banner

Team scores

Devotions one last time

Group shot of the youth from Berean PRC

Groups shot from Maranatha PRC (plus a few others :-))

Youth from Apayao (a far northern province) who have contact with the PRCP

Provident Christian Church youth

Youth of Bulacan PRC

Camp leaders and cooks

  After the official end of the camp, there were still some activities to be enjoyed at another location nearby.  Some families from the churches joined in for the afternoon activities.

Getting a ride to the other location.  The inside of the van was full, so....  :-)

A game of basketball....

....and the spectators

Lunch time

Lots of pool time provided opportunity for more games.

We are thankful to God for this opportunity for the young people to grow in the grace and knowledge of our Lord Jesus Christ, and also to grow in their fellowship with
and love for one another.  May God bless the time spent for the benefit of the
Protestant Reformed Churches in the Philippines. 

Soli Deo Gloria!