At the new PCC website.
Julius Kim gave a conference at Reformed Presbyterian (PCA) in Bowie, MD, Justin Taylor has the audio links. Julius spoke on the motivation and mandate, to witness, the message of our witness, and the mark of our witness.
Wes White has the story.
The White Horse Inn folks interviewed Sebastian yesterday.
Thanks to Wes for this intro to the missionary (missional?) theology of Johannes Hoornbeek.
Martin has it at AH.
Sebastian Heck writes, We were able, in God’s providence, to hold the first stated worship service in Heidelberg, Germany – the first Reformed presence and worship service there in roughly 150 years! About 45 people showed for worship at 9 am. For . . . Continue reading →
“Church planting in the Western Plains is generally not a high-profile, money attracting endeavor.Why would someone in a city of three million, for example, be concerned about a town of around twenty thousand, let alone one of two or three thousand? That’s . . . Continue reading →
The Rev Dr Andrea Ferrari was recently ordained and installed as pastor of the first United Reformed congregation in Milan, Italy. They have a new website and blog. Just as you’ve been praying for the return of the Reformation to Germany please . . . Continue reading →
This week Office Hours talks with Fikret Bocek, graduate of Westminster Seminary California and a Reformed church planter and pastor in Izmir (Smyrna), Turkey. In this interview, recorded last summer, just after the planting of the congregation in May, 2009, Fikret tells . . . Continue reading →
Mike Brown sent me a note (with an attached link to an Italian news site) with a notice that the Waldensians have approved Homosexual marriage. The good news is that there is now, in Italy, an alternative for those who want to . . . Continue reading →
Congratulations to the Rev Mr Sebastian Heck who was ordained recently to the office of Minister of Word and Sacrament in the Selbstandige Evangelisch-Reformierte Kirche Deutschland (Free Evangelical Reformed Church in Germany). Read Jon Payne’s write up here. They also conference recently . . . Continue reading →
“The boys are back in town, the boys are back in town!” (with apologies to Thin Lizzy) Confessional Reformed theology is back in one of its cradles and they’ve held a conference to celebrate its return. Click on the banner for the . . . Continue reading →
Congratulations to Evangelical Press for getting Louis Berkhof. We, in the English-speaking world have an embarrassment of riches of Reformed resources. Berkhof’s Reformed Dogmatics first appeared in 1932. It was later re-titled Systematic Theology. That our Russian-speaking brothers and sisters are just . . . Continue reading →
There’s a Reformed Bible study beginning in Missoula, MT this month. If you are interested or know someone who might be interested in a confessional Reformed congregation in Missoula, here’s the info.
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.
Pastor Nollie Malabuyo, pastor of Pasig Covenant Reformed Church in Pasig City, Metro Manila, writes to let us know of a couple of developments. First, Dr. Don Paauw (1926–2013), who played a key role in helping to bring the confessional Reformed faith . . . Continue reading →
The Reformation is closely identified with what we think of as Germany. The Lutheran Reformation certain originated there and the Reformed Reformation had strong roots there too. Heidelberg was one of the great centers of Reformation theology in the late 16th century. . . . Continue reading →
Bob Godfrey joined Chris Gordon last week to record two episodes of AGR. Bob is president of Westminster Seminary California and a convert to the Christian faith who came to faith through the ministry of a Reformed congregation. You can read his . . . Continue reading →