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Alumni News | Fall 2020
David Inks serves as Pastor of Covenant United Reformed Church of Fresno, CA. Due to a large gift from the trust of Ed and Jan Hale they were able to purchase their own 3600 sq.ft. building that now serves as their worship location as of June 2020.
David C. Crenshaw published his second book in June 2020, The Revelation of Jesus Christ, A Commentary for the People, which is written as an easy-to-understand commentary for those without a seminary education.
Frederik (Fritz) Harms who served as senior chaplain at Bethany Home in Ripon California since 2009, has been called to join the church-planting effort at Covenant URC in Colorado Springs, CO as its Interim-Pastor. In January 2020 Fritz had an opportunity to teach on the Reformed Confessions in Riga, Latvia.
Paul Anthony Francis Castellano, has transferred his Ph.D. work and will be completing his doctorate in Systematic Theology with an emphasis in ecclesiology to the University of Aberdeen, Scotland. Fr. Paul also recently completed a book on a Reformed View of Anglican worship entitled, As it is in Heaven. Why we Worship this Way, which will be published by Wheatmark Publishers later in the year.
Jaeyoun Peter Chang is Senior Pastor of The Rehoboth Church Fairfax, VA, which is part of the World Korean Presbyterian Church (WKPC).
Stephen P. Lewis has been appointed as Old Testament Lecturer at Reformed Theological College in Melbourne, Australia, and Lord willing, will be moving his family there before the end of this year.
Patrick O’Banion published his third book, Deza and Its Moriscos. He works with Training Leaders International, a Minneapolis-based missions agency, and recently came under care in the Siouxlands Presbytery (PCA).
John Carter is now the Base Chaplain at Naval Station Great Lakes. This is the Navy's largest training center with an average population of 19,000 sailors and 5,000 civilians at any given time. He is grateful for the opportunity and expects it to be his last tour on active duty before retiring from military ministry in 2022.
Austin Britton has accepted a call to be the next senior pastor at All Souls PCA church in Missoula, Montana.
Chuck Tedrick accepted a position as the Dean of Students at Westminster Seminary California and began his work in August 2020. His wife, Michele, remains engaged as the Director of Marketing for White Horse Inn. The Tedricks live in Rancho Bernardo and are pleased to worship, fellowship, and serve at Christ URC in Santee.
Tricia Howerzyl and husband Phillip are expecting their second baby in November 2020, a boy to be named Wyatt, who will join big sister Zoë (2).
Patrick Crandall and his family moved to Columbia, TN, to plant a church in 2021. They will be planting out of and in partnership with Grace Reformed Church of Springhill, TN.
Justin McGeary and his wife, Melody, (married in 2018) moved to Rapid City, SD, where he teaches in the Christian studies department at John Witherspoon College and is actively involved at Redeeming Grace Church.
Harrison Perkins recently published his first book: Catholicity and the Covenant of Works: James Ussher and the Reformed Tradition (Oxford Studies in Historical Theology; New York, NY: Oxford University Press, 2020).
Luke Gossett and his wife, Jennifer, welcomed their son, Cohen Wendell Gossett, on May 9th. Luke was ordained as Associate Minister of Word and Sacrament at Christ Reformed Church (URCNA) in Washington, DC, on July 19th.
Antonio Coppola launched a church plant, Covenant Waterfall Presbyterian Church, in his hometown of Durban, South Africa, in 2019. He is now an ordained minister in the Presbyterian and Reformed Church of Southern Africa and serves as the manager of the Durban campus of Mukhanyo Theological College, a Reformed Bible school in South Africa.
Fedor Minakov is in his second year of Th.M. (Biblical Studies OT) at Westminster Theological Seminary (Philadelphia) and is currently serving as director of a "Christian Education" project at the Evangelical Reformed Seminary of Ukraine (Kyiv). He and his family are members of The Big City Church, which is part of Evangelical Presbyterian Church of Ukraine.
Jonathan Cruse and his wife, Kerri Ann, welcomed their second child, Evangeline Ann, on September 3rd, 2020. Jonathan’s second book, What Happens When We Worship, was released in October 2020 through Reformation Heritage Books.
Yi Wang was ordained in November 2019 as an associate pastor at Christ Reformed Church (URCNA) in Anaheim, CA, where he is planting a Chinese-speaking Reformed church called Covenant Chinese Reformed Church. On November 10, 2019, Yi and Huimin welcomed their second son, Berit Wang.
Kevin Wang has been serving at Grace Baptist Church, Taipei, Taiwan, for the past two years and is taking Th.M. classes at the local Reformed seminary, which is partnered with PRTS. Kevin and his wife have a baby boy, Kyle, who is one year old.
John Kong has passed his Licensure and Ordination exams in the PCA and will be ordained and installed as an Assistant Pastor at New Life Presbyterian Church in Escondido, CA, in November 2020.
Caleb Janson has accepted a call to Lynden URC to be the Church Planting Pastor in Gig Harbor, WA. Mr. Janson will undergo his Ordination Exam at the next meeting of Classis Pacific Northwest.
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alumni, there is now a special giving opportunity just for you!
In an effort to maintain and improve the campus, current students started a fund because they noticed some minor repairs that needed to be made but were unexpected and not in our budget. It's called the Campus Care Fund. As former students, this is a way for you to give back to the seminary in seemingly small but very significant ways because all gifts collected go directly to minor repairs and improvements around the campus.