The Sunday Reader, VOL. '18, ISSUE #16

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A Really Short Case for Infant Baptism

In view of the upcoming evening sermon, here's a very concise and strong argument for including children in the signs and seals of the Covenant of Grace.

Why I Don't Sit With My Husband at Church

"Family is more than immediate family." The author makes a case for sitting with single visitors and unrelated members in order to show hospitality and community in the service.

Reading the Bible for the First Time

Some helpful tips for people just getting into (or back into) God's Word.

Older Couples Are Increasingly Living Apart. Here's Why.

Here's an informative look into a strange trend among American seniors who prefer not to cohabitate with their partners. Unsurprisingly, their reasons largely reflect selfish and unbiblical views of marriage.

ABOUT THE SUNDAY READER — While not always representing the views of the Pastors, the Sunday Reader shares articles we've found particularly insightful, thought-provoking, or edifying this week. These selections offer a mix of Christian and secular viewpoints to broaden and frame our understanding of God, Scripture, ourselves, and the world we serve in Christ's name.