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    The South Carolina reformed church plant I am involved with began meeting weekly in the evenings on 11/7/10. This work is a ministry of the RPCNA. The committee overseeing this ministry has recently decided to have weekly morning services (11 am) which would include weekly pulpit supply. Our first morning service is this Lord's Day - 4/10/11! See our website here for directions, meeting times, audio, etc.

    Rejoice with us as the work progresses and please pray for our efforts in SC. If there are any preachers interested in helping with pulpit supply, please email me.
    Christ Bible Church
    Pageland, SC
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    Join Date
    Oct 2006
    Exciting news brother! We do pray for you here in Wichita.

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    Join Date
    Nov 2008
    I would love to offer my services, but TX to SC is quite a drive.

    I am continuing to pray for the plant.

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    Glory be to God!
    Michael Cope
    Immanuel URC - URCNA (Covenanter by conviction)
    Rensselaer, IN

    To know that nothing hurts the godly, is a matter of comfort; but to be assured that all things which fall out shall co-operate for their good, that their crosses shall be turned into blessings, that showers of affliction water the withering root of their grace and make it flourish more; this may fill their hearts with joy till they run over.
    —Thomas Watson

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    Joe, we are thankful to hear the news. May God bless your efforts there in SC.
    Mark Koller, Pastor
    Dallas Reformed Presbyterian Church, RPCNA

    2250 Morriss Road, Suite 214, Flower Mound, TX
    Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary

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    Thanks for the kind words and your prayers.
    Christ Bible Church
    Pageland, SC

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    Join Date
    Jun 2003
    Glad to hear it. Will be praying for you and Chris, as I am sure you guys still have a big hand in it.
    soli Deo gloria!
    Pastor, Boyce Memorial ARP, Kings Mountain, NC. (SermonAudio) GPTS Alumnus
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    -Francis Schaeffer-

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