Westminster Seminary California
 
 
Women & Theology: Parenting and the Providence of God
VFT

Seminary taught me of God’s character more than anything else.  It showed me that I worship a powerful, perfect and Holy God who ordains all for my good and His glory.

 
 
 
A Pastor’s Reflections: Wisdom and Tough Choices
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As I have grown older, and hopefully more mature (there are some doubts as I look at my personal collection of 45 Star Wars Lego clone figures lined up on my desk that my children may not, under any circumstance, touch), I have concluded that many young ministers see everything in black and white.

 
 
 
Women & Theology: Book Review of Extravagant Grace
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If the Holy Spirit is at work in my life, shouldn’t I be sinning less? Isn’t that what sanctification means? If so, am I even a Christian when sin is still so present in my life?
 

 
 
 
A Pastor’s Reflections: Slow Down!
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As a former church planter I was desperate to establish my congregation. In the technical speak of the Book of Church Order, I wanted to see the mission work I pastored become particularized as a congregation.

 
 
 
Office Hours: Dr. Horton on his latest book!
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Office Hours takes a brief break from our series on sanctification to talk with Dr. Michael S. Horton, J. Gresham Machen Professor of Systematic Theology and Apologetics, about his most recent book entitled, Calvin on the Christian Life: Glorifying God and Enjoying Him Forever.