Westminster Seminary California

Valiant for Truth - Worship

Eating with Our Ears: Thoughts on Isaiah 55.1-3 (pt. 5)

As a pastor of a local church, I often walk alone through the empty auditorium of our building during the week. In the stillness, I look at the empty pews and think of the people who will fill them on Sunday during the ‘dinner rush.’

7 / 25 / 2012
Basics of the Reformed Faith: Baptism
Kim Riddlebarger

Before our Lord Jesus ascended into heaven, he left his disciples with the following command: “Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you.

Basics of the Reformed Faith: The Sacraments
Kim Riddlebarger

Although any discussion of the role of the sacraments in the Christian life seems too “catholic” for many evangelical Christians, the sacraments do play a very important role throughout the New Testament.

Eating with Our Ears: Thoughts on Isaiah 55.1-3 (pt. 3)

In the animated film, Ratatouille, a story about a gifted rat in Paris who dreams of becoming a chef, Remy, the main character, laments the fact that his fellow rats are content with eating garbage. “If you are what you eat,” declares Remy at the beginning of the movie, “then I only want to eat the good stuff.”

Book Review: The Worship Architect by Cherry

This book does not delve into detail into the Regulative Principle.  It does not quote the Westminster Confession of Faith, or the Three Forms of Unity.  It is not a book on Reformed worship. So if the book that you are looking for is an introduction to Reformed worship, this book is not for you. Before you stop reading this review, however, know that a book cannot be summarized by what it is not.