Grouped by: Dan Steere

    God Chooses Unlikely Vessels for Great Tasks

    11.21.19 | by Dan Steere

    God Chooses Unlikely Vessels for Great Tasks   The Lord said to Samuel, “How long will you grieve over Saul, since I have rejected him from being king over Israel? Fill your horn with oil, and go. I will send you to Jesse the...

      Heidelberg Catechism

      10.31.19 | by Dan Steere

      We are all familiar with Martin Luther’s nailing of the 95 Thesis to the door of Wittenberg Chapel on October 31,1517. His boldness touched off a theological firestorm in Germany, and resulted in the formation of the Lutheran Church. We...

        The Centrality of Africa

        06.28.19 | Missions & Outreach | by Dan Steere

        The Centrality of Africa We Americans tend to take a Western view of the history of the Church. And, as Reformed believers, our focus on the Reformation can cause us to view all of Church History through that lens. However, we need to remember...

          Book Recommendations

          05.09.19 | by Dan Steere

          Book Recommendations Books of all kinds are, for me, a source of delight, books both old and new. Many age-old Christian authors have impacted my theological perspectives and have served as wise counselors. I occasionally joke that some of my...