Our latest production in our teaching series is a set of lectures on the Ten Commandments, presented by Dr. Cornelis van Dam. We hope you’ll enjoy his meditations on this topic, also known as the Ten Words of the Covenant or the Decalogue;

1. Are the Ten Commandments for everyone? – Introduction (3:49)  audio/video
2. The First Commandment
– Have no other gods (25:18)  audio/video
3. The Second Commandment
– Make no image of God (24:22)  audio/video
4. The Third Commandment
– Don’t take God’s name in vain (24:04)  audio/video
5. The Fourth Commandment
– Remember the Sabbath day (26:00)  audio/video
6. The Fifth Commandment
– Honour your Father and Mother (27:56)  audio/video
7. The Sixth Commandment
– Don’t murder (28:01)  audio/video
8. The Seventh Commandment
– Don’t commit adultery (24:26)  audio/video
9. The Eighth Commandment
– Don’t steal (27:05)  audio/video
10. The Ninth Commandment
– No false testimony (25:32)  audio/video
11. The Tenth Commandment
– Don’t covet (27:06)  audio/video

Welcome to our second set of podcasts, a 12-part series of sermons on the Bible book Ecclesiastes, preached by pastor Ian Wildeboer at Mercy Christian Church in Hamilton. The theme of his series is “Why am I here?”.

As of October 2022, we are also using these podcasts in a condensed  format on our weekly radio broadcasts. We trust that you’ll find these meditations instructive and encouraging..

1. Do you seek Wisdom? Introductory Sermon (41:47) Readings: I Corinthians 1, Proverbs 30 audio  video
2. Facing life’s Emptiness
Sermon # 1 (40:11) Readings: John 4, Ecclesiastes 1 audio  video
3. Witnessing a failed Experiment
Sermon # 2 (43:00) Readings: Matthew 16, Ecclesiastes 2 audio  video
4. The meaning of Time
Sermon # 3 (38:51) Readings: John 12, Ecclesiastes 3 audio  video
5. Opening your heart for Others
Sermon # 4 (43:22) Readings: John 19, Ecclesiastes  4 audio  video
6. Worship
Sermon # 5 (46:33) Reading: Ecclesiastes 5 audio  video
7. Shifting Shadows, Unchanging Savior
Sermon # 6 (41:01) Readings: John 8, Ecclesiastes 6 audio  video
8. There is a better Way
Sermon # 7 (42:43) Reading: Ecclesiastes 7 audio  video
9. When questions go Unanswered
Sermon # 8 (40:18) Readings: John 17, Ecclesiastes 8 audio  video
10. Homesick for Heaven
Sermon # 9 (40:55) Reading: Ecclesiastes 9 audio  video
11. Fully invest in God’s Kingdom
Sermon # 10 (40:47) Reading: Ecclesiastes 11 audio  video
12. Let’s get real
Sermon # 11 (42:10) Reading: Ecclesiastes 11, 12 audio  video

We have also started to assemble an archive of sermons preached by various local reformed pastors;

1. Christ’s victory shown in the Church’s victory Pastor Greg Bylsma (41:52)  audio  video
2. Following the humble footsteps of our Savior
– Pastor Daniel Ventura (31:06)  audio  video

We’re pleased to present the first series of 12 video podcasts as part of our effort to reach our listeners/viewers with topics seen through the lens of the Bible. Panelists include Dr. Cornelis van Dam, emeritus professor of Old Testament at C.R.T.S. and Hamilton pastor, Dr. Bill deJong. These first 3 discussions are moderated by Burlington pastor Tony Roukema.

1. What is a Sermon? (13:45)  audio  video   2. Evaluating a Sermon (32:26)  audio  video   3. Preaching the Word (33:22)  audio  video  

Our fourth podcast is an interview by our chairman, Bill van Huisstede with the rev. Victor Atallah, director of MERF (Middle East Reformed Fellowship). They also oversee a Christian radio broadcast (see LINKS page), reaching many countries in the Middle East;

    4. Interview with Victor Atallah (32:08)  audio  video

The next three podcasts are a series of discussions on Political and Economic Systems through the lens of biblical principles. These are moderated by Dr. Bill deJong and participants include Brian Dykema and Jonathan Wellum, two local Christian professionals who are well versed in these topics. These discussions attempt to answer the question, which system best represents values prescribed in Holy Scripture;

    5. A Biblical view of Economics (34:32)  audio  video
    6. A Biblical view of Economic Systems (36:15)  audio  video
    7. A Biblical view of Government (34:07)  audio  video

We continue with more discussions on the biblical view of Christian Stewardship; The purpose of this series is to build a greater awareness of the effects of debt in the life of a Christian, as well as in the lives of the members of our society. Also participating in some episodes is Bill van Huisstede, our chairman. We’re pleased to present this 5 part series on “a Biblical view on Saving and Giving”;

8. A Biblical view of Socialism & Free Market System (Dr. B. deJong, Jonathan, Brian) (37:42) audio  video
9. A Biblical view on Global Debt Part 1
(Dr. B. deJong, Jonathan, Brian) (30:35) audio  video
10. A Biblical view on Global Debt Part 2 (Dr. B. deJong, Jonathan, Brian) (37:43) audio  video
11. A Biblical view on Saving and Giving
(Dr. B. deJong, Jonathan & B. van Huisstede) (39:09) audio  video
12. A Biblical view on Investing and Giving
(Dr. B. deJong, Jonathan & B. van Huisstede) (36:43) audio  video

We believe that the topics presented here provide pertinent information for everyone. Check out these informative discussions and thanks for visiting.