I’m not an “evangelist” for the baptism of the Holy Spirit, and I don’t think speaking in tongues makes a person any more holy or mature than any other Christian. I also think salvation is a free choice, and that somebody can choose to stop being a Christian and, then, lose his salvation.

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Others publish teaching aids for use with children, or exist to support pastors in their work.

Below you will find links to such organisations that seek to serve Reformed churches in one way or another.

Gall (Joachim Vadian), to cities in Southern Germany and via Alsace (Martin Bucer) to France.

After the early death of Zwingli in 1531, his work was continued by Heinrich Bullinger, the author of the Second Helvetic Confession.

After each year of our life we become more mature and wiser, and in the curse of time we have more and more requirements for the person we want to see by our side.

We may have some specific preferences in appearance and most importantly in character traits.

This one of us (just call me “Calvin”) agrees with my church’s doctrine.

The doctrines of grace are really important to me in the way I understand God’s sovereignty in salvation, and in every aspect of my life, but I’m not one of those guys who beats every one over the head with Reformed theology.

We want you to be with a right person, who has the same ideas, is loving, tender and treat you with respect.

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In case you misunderstand, we’re not arguing about this. We talk a lot about Jesus and a lot about the Bible, but, probably out of love for each other, we don’t bring up speaking in tongues, miraculous healing, or predestination! We know it’s not right to marry an unbeliever (we agree on that part of 1 Corinthians! But is it okay to marry a fellow believer in another denomination?