Category Archives: Church Blog

Zion Cornerstone Reformed Churches Update

Zion Cornerstone Reformed Churches: Imus, Cavite • Pasig, Metro Manila Download this page (PDF) December 2016—A blessed Christmas greeting to you from the brothers and sisters in the Philippines! May this Christmas season renew your comfort and joy in the good news that our Savior Jesus Christ has come into the world to save his […]

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Check Out Our New TAGALOG Worship Bulletin

  Recently, a visiting minister from the States noticed the worship service bulletins of Pasig and Imus Zion Cornerstone Reformed Church. He appreciated that our bulletin had a short explanation of each element/circumstance of the worship service. He also commended our adherence to the Regulative Principle of Worship’s dialogical format of worship. Now, Rev. Lance […]

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Ang Saligan ng Pamamahala sa Iglesia (Foundational Statements of Church Government)

Salin sa Tagalog ni Pastor Lance Filio mula sa “Foundational Principles of Reformed Church Government” by the United Reformed Churches in North America © 2012. [download id=”870″] 1. Ang iglesia ay pag-aari ni Kristo, ang Tagapamagitan ng Bagong Kasunduan. (The church is the possession of Christ, who is the Mediator of the New Covenant.) Acts 20:28; Ephesians […]

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Ang Kapahayagang Cambridge (The Cambridge Declaration)

What is “The Cambridge Declaration?” In his May 11, 1996 article in World Magazine, “God and Man at Cambridge,” Joe Maxwell writes about the founding of The Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals. In this opening Declaration, the ACE indicts American evangelicalism’s lack of theological mooring. Here are the first few paragraphs of his article: Worries that […]

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Inquirers’ Class Manual

  [download id=”819″]   Thanks to Rev. Michael Brown, pastor of Christ United Reformed Church in Santee, California, who provided us with a copy of their Membership Class Manual, we now have a Manual of our own. As written in the Preface, the class is designed to be completed in seven weeks, providing attendees “with time […]

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5 Reasons Why We Prefer Not to Have Godparents for Our Children

Some people noted that our infant baptisms do not include godparents. Because ninongs and ninangs are so entrenched in the Philippine culture, we do not prohibit parents from asking their relatives or friends to be godparents. But we also instruct the parents about the reasons why we prefer not to have godparents for their children. […]

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Ang Kapahayagang Cambridge (The Cambridge Declaration)

On April 20, 1996, the Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals (ACE) met in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and issued a document called “The Cambridge Declaration.” In this document, the ACE calls all evangelicals “to turn away from the worldly methods it has come to embrace, and to recover the Biblical doctrines of the Reformation.” ANG KAPAHAYAGANG CAMBRIDGE PART 1 – […]

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3rd Church Anniversary and Celebration

On the Lord’s Day, September 14, 2014, Trinity Covenant Reformed Church in Imus, Cavite held its regular Sunday adult class and worship service. But it was also a thanksgiving service for God’s faithfulness to the church in its first three years. Rev. Lance Filio preached the sermon on the theme, “Foundational Statements of Church Government” […]

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Forms for the Baptism of Infants

  Therefore, God formerly commanded to circumcise them, which was a seal of the covenant and of the righteousness of faith; as also Christ embraced them, laid His hands upon them, and blessed them (Mark 10:16). Since, then, baptism has replaced circumcision as the sign and seal of the covenant (Col. 2:11-13), the children should […]

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Liturgy for January 5, 2014

  Preaching: Rev. Nollie Malabuyo * All who are able, please stand. Entering Into Worship * Call to Worship Psalm 127:1-5 * Invocation Psalm 124:8 * Salutation 1 Timothy 1:2; 1 Peter 1:2 Grace be unto you and peace from God our Father, and from the Lord Jesus Christ in the power and fellowship of […]

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