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Welcome to Redeemer
Airdrie, Alberta, Canada
We are a fellowship of Christians, seeking to grow in God’s grace through His Word, sacraments, and prayer. We hope the resources on our site are a blessing to you, and we hope that you will join us as we worship our risen Lord Jesus together this Sunday.
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David Strain writes: For a few people today, an hour or two on Sunday mornings is occupied with public worship, but for most people, the idea that Sunday is the Christian Sabbath – an entire day set apart for worship, rest, and ministry – is entirely novel. And yet, in an age of frenetic and unrelenting busyness, when technology allows us to stay plugged in to the world twenty-four-seven, when entertainment becomes the de facto purpose of so many lives, nothing could be more counter-cultural, … Continue Reading
William J. Vermeulen writes Why God’s People Should Be Attending Evening Worship Services BECAUSE GOD IS WORTHY! God is eminently worthy and is not pleased when his worship is preempted by a choice of lesser things. There is no better way for God’s children to spend their time on the day he has chosen for us to “remember,” “observe” and “keep holy” than in the house of the Lord on the Lord’s Day, morning and evening. BECAUSE OF THE TESTIMONY OF SCRIPTURE! In Psalm 134 there is … Continue Reading
John Frame writes: In my heart, I wish there was no need for creeds or for the denominations that subscribe to them. Denominations are always to some extent the result of sin, of party spirit (see 1 Cor. 1–4). I wish that when someone asked me my religious affiliation, I could simply say “Christian,” and that when someone asked me my religious beliefs, I could simply say, “the Bible.” Unfortunately, such simple answers are no longer sufficient. All sorts of people today … Continue Reading
Do you see God’s law as your friend or as your foe? In an age where so much Christian teaching is saturated with moralism*, at first blush it seems refreshing to see a growing trend emphasising gospel over against law. Is this trend truly refreshing? Or is it possibly an unhealthy overreaction? Notice, in 1 Timothy 1:8–11, that verse 8 insists “that the law is good, if one uses it lawfully”, while verse 11 stresses that this is “in accordance with the gospel.” In that light, consider three … Continue Reading