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2017-2-8. New MP3 recording of Essentials of Prayer by E.M. Bounds and recorded by Tracy
2017-1-20. New MP3 recording of Spiritual Canticle of the Soul and the Bridegroom Christ by St. John of the Cross and recorded by Mark
2016-11-25. UPDATED MP3 recording of Life of God in the Soul of Man by Henry Scougal and recorded by Mark (Additional files added)
2016-11-11. New MP3 recording of Centuries of Meditations (4th and 5th Centuries) by Thomas Traherne and recorded by Tracy
2016-11-09. New MP3 recording of Ascent of Mount Carmel by St. John of the Cross and recorded by Mark
2016-09-13. New MP3 recording of The Master's Indwelling by Andrew Murray and recorded by Tracy
2016-06-23. New mp3 recording of The Two Covenants by Andrew Murray. Recorded by Rene LaCroix.
2016-03-23. New mp3 recording of Westminster Shorter Catechism. Recorded by Leighton Garner.
2016-02-03. New mp3 recording of Edward M. Bounds's Weapons of Prayer. Recorded by Tracy.
2015-11-25. New mp3 recording of John Calvin's On the Christian Life. Recorded by Leighton Garner.
2015-10-09. New Study Group on Ecclesiastes added.
2015-08-21. Added The Epistles of St. Peter and St. Jude Preached and Explained by Martin Luther
2015-08-21. Added Concerning Christian Liberty by Martin Luther
2015-08-21. Added The Works of John Knox, Vol. 1 by John Knox
2015-08-19. Added The History of the Reformation of Religion in Scotland by John Knox
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Ask a Christian Reformed Church member what it means to be Reformed and one of the answers you'll probably get is 'It means to have a world and life view" or "It means to recognize the Lordship of Christ over all things." That's a good answer, but what does it mean? Do we understand what that means today? Does it make a difference in the way we practice our faith?