On April 16-18, 2013, WSC welcomed Rev. Dr. Gregory E. Reynolds to deliver the annual den Dulk Lectures on Pastoral Ministry at 10am in the chapel. The theme was "An Ecology of Preaching in the Electronic Age." Rev. Reynolds' lectures were titled, "The Preacher's Environment: The World," "The Preacher's Environment: The Church," and "The Preacher's Environment: The Word."
Rev. Reynolds, an alumnus of WSC (D. Min., 2001), is pastor of Amoskeag Presbyterian Church (OPC) in Manchester, New Hampshire, and editor of Ordained Servant: A Journal for Church Officers, a publication of the Orthodox Presbyterian Church. He is also the author of The Word is Worth a Thousand Pictures: Preaching in the Electronic Age (Wipf and Stock, 2001).
The 2013 den Dulk lectures will be available in the online Resource Center: www.wscal.edu/resource-center.
The Robert G. and Nellie B. den Dulk Lectures on Pastoral Ministry were endowed by friends of Westminster Seminary California and of the den Dulks in 1993, when Bob den Dulk resigned as the second president of the Seminary. In appreciation for the den Dulks' 30-year service to the Westminsters in Philadelphia and California and in recognition of their passion for the preparation of pastors to preach the word of God faithfully and powerfully, Westminster Seminary California designated the proceeds of this endowment to bring an experienced pastor to the campus each year to address students preparing for the ministry of the Word and pastors engaged in ministry, for their encouragement and wise counsel regarding the rigors and joys of shepherding Christ's flock.BACK