Ten Reasons You Need to Go to Church

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1. IF YOU ARE NOT A CHRISTIAN YOU NEED TO GO TO CHURCH! "How shall they call on Him in whom they have not believed? And how shall they believe in Him of whom they have not heard? And how shall they hear without a preacher?" (Rom. 10:14).

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Ten Marks of a Biblical Church

We believe the local church is the focal point of God's plan for displaying His glory and discipling the nations. Our vision is simple: Churches that reflect the character of God and proclaim the Word of God. Our mission is to cultivate and encourage churches characterized by these ten marks:

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The Biblical Basis of Children in Worship

"A certain little child, when he could not speak plainly, would be crying after God, and was greatly desirous to be taught good things. He could not endure to be put to bed without family prayer, but would put his parents upon duty and would with much devotion kneel down and with great patience and delight continue till duty was at an end without the least expression of being weary. And he seemed never so well-pleased as when he was engaged in prayer. He could not be satisfied with family prayer but would often be upon his knees by himself in one corner or another. He was much delighted to hear the Word of God either preached or read." (James Janeway, A Token for Children)

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Voices from the Past

Meditation prepares the heart for prayer. Meditate on your sins, and hunt them out of their lurking holes; this helps in our confession.

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Keeping the Sabbath Day

"Remember the Sabbath day, to keep it holy. Six days you shall labor and do all your work..."

What do you do with the day the fourth commandment (Exodus 20:8-11) calls us to keep holy? It would seem that many Christians would prefer not to think about it, and if they do, they find it such thought vexing and perhaps painful.

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What is a True Christian?

There is nothing worse or more dangerous than a false hope and assurance of salvation, one thinking they are a Christian when they are not. This is a very clear article to help determine whether one is a true Christian.

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Providence Reformed Presbyterian Church

6752 Hwy. 212 N
Covington, Georgia 30016
678-210-0272

Sunday Worship Times: 10:45 AM, 6:00 PM

Please note - We do not have an evening service on the first Sunday of the month. On the first Sunday of the month we have a Church Dinner following the morning service and enjoy our fellowship that afternoon.

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