Bob Godfrey visited Christ Reformed Church in Washington DC recently and here is the audio. He also preached that Sunday on Ps 50, “The Sovereign’s summons.” Brian Lee summarizes the sermon: “There’s no trouble like trouble with the Lord, and in Psalm 50 . . . Continue reading →
Two of the more exciting missions of the URCs are on two ends of the USA.
The fall conference season is upon us. Here are some conferences that might interest you: Christ Reformed Church, Washington DC is hosting “Preaching in the Capital” for 2010. The speakers are Gene Veith, T. David Gordon, Robert Norris, and Marva Dawn. They . . . Continue reading →
Christ Reformed Church in DC has a unique opportunity. They’re planning a special outreach to incoming members of congress and their staffers. You can help. Pastor Brian Lee explains here.
URCNA Pastor, the Rev Dr Brian Lee, a WSC grad, has another stimulating OpEd piece in today’s Daily Caller. “The course of my life roughly coincides with the post-Roe v. Wade abortion debate in America. The Supreme Court decision was issued on . . . Continue reading →
The Spring Speakers Series begins next week (March 31, 2022) the series speaker is U. S. Senator Ben Sasse (R-Neb), who is addressing “The Church As Heaven’s Embassy.” Sen. Sasse is a historian who has taught at the University of Texas and a . . . Continue reading →
It is rare to have a United States Senator speak at a church conference. It is even more rare for the Senator to have something theologically interesting to say. On Thursday evening, March 31, Senator Ben Sasse will speak at Christ Reformed Church . . . Continue reading →
What does it mean for the church to be “in the world, but not of it?” What can the church learn from our world, and the world from the church? Darryl Hart of Hillsdale College continues Christ Reformed DC’s spring speaker series on . . . Continue reading →
Jesus is the Great Physician, and the church is his hospital. It is a place for sinners—and those who have been wounded by the sins of others—to heal. Justin Holcomb describes in his speaking and writing how the heartbreaking statistics on abuse . . . Continue reading →