WRF member Susan Logan writes: How do we encourage women to study the Bible on their own and with others? In my experience this happens best when women discover that Scripture is accessible to them. Such a discovery is often a by-product of a small group working together.
FirstLight, the St. Louis-based ministry reaching out to those struggling with unwanted sexual desires, is holding its annual banquet at Twin Oaks Presbyterian Church in Ballwin, Missouri, on Thursday, February 28, 2008. The main speaker is Nate Larkin, co-founder of the Samson Society.
Grace Community Church (Mertztown, Pennsylvania, USA) has always held to a Reformed understanding of God's sovereignty and human responsibility.
However, we have several members who are struggling with these concepts.
For the past year and a half, WRF member Reformed Theological Seminary has been a participant in Apple's iTunes U program. This program allows educational institutions to make courses and other materials available to a worldwide audience through Apple's iTunes Music Store.
The North American Reformed Seminary (TNARS) is a Reformed Christian seminary and a WRF member that seeks to educate the body of Christ completely free of charge. TNARS enables Christians to get a seminary level education without going into debt (Rom 13:8).
WRF member Tenth Presbyterian Church in Philadelphia, PA has undertaken a $4.4 million capital campaign. The Capital Campaign arises naturally from the Strategic Planning Initiative we began in 2005.
WRF member Gordon Woolard recently made an exploratory trip to French Guiana in NE South America to see if he could start a pastoral training program under the joint auspices of Mission to the World and Ministries in Action.
Highland Theological College (HTC) of Dingwall, Scotland, is very privileged to have received the library of Rutherford House, the Centre for Theological Study and Research, which was established in 1983 by the Scottish Evangelical Research Trust.
WRF member HaGefen Publishing Company in Israel has just published the first of it’s "Let’s Study" Commentary series in the Hebrew language.
Dr. Wilson Chow, WRF Board of Directors member and Professor at China Graduate School of Theology in Hong Kong, is teaching a course on Biblical Hebrew this spring semester (2008) at the Zhongshan University in Guangzhou, The People’s Republic of China.