Corinrhians 11:23-25 “The Lord Jesus on the night when he was betrayed took bread, and when he had given thanks, he broke it, and said, ‘This is my body, which is for you. Do this in remembrance of me.’ In the same way also he took the cup, after supper, saying, ‘This cup is the […]

by Jon D. Payne ~ Evangelism is more than a task or a method—it is a lifestyle. More than a project or a system, it is a way of life. Viewing evangelism from this perspective is not only biblical, but it also broadens our understanding and vision for winning souls to Christ. It liberates and […]


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How to Pray for Your Pastor ~ by Melton Duncan ~ When Roman legions invaded Caledonia (modern-day Scotland) in the late first century AD, it was said by the historian Tacitus that the powerful Celtic chieftain Calgacus emerged and rallied his tribes against the might of Rome, famously declaring, “They make a desert, and they call […]

  THE GRAPE VINE News from Roslyn Presbyterian Church “I am the vine, you are the branches …” Dear Friend,   This newsletter is to keep you informed of the events of our church during the month of July 2017. We look forward to your participation with us in the abundant life that our Lord […]

ROSLYN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Join Us For Sunday Services Worship at 9:00 am Fellowship at 10:00 am   207 North First Street PO Box 247 Roslyn, WA 98941 509.649.3572

“These early catechisms also signal one of the defining characteristics of confessions: they are tools for discipleship, essential to the life of the church. Protestant Creeds and Confessions by Ryan Reeves The Reformation was a struggle over the essentials of the faith. First with Luther, and then with other Protestant traditions, the Reformers set biblical faith over […]

For the Sophists, it didn’t matter whether their speech was true. What mattered is whether it worked. Would the speech persuade? If it persuaded people, it did not matter whether it was true. The argument did not have to be sound as long as it was convincing. Sadly, this philosophy lives on in so much […]