Paul reminds us in Ephesians 4:10–16 that membership in the church is all about Jesus Christ. All of what we are called to do, and to be, is summed up in Christ and will work itself out in every area of our lives.
Dr. Joel Beeke calls attention to five aspects of Christ’s connection to the church that reflect faithful church membership: Christ’s Word, His person, His people, His cause, and His image.
You can listen to this sermon at the NCFIC website.
You are invited! PRTS Graduation – commencement by Dr. Ligon Duncan
All are welcome to celebrate with this year’s graduates! The ceremony will take place at Heritage Reformed Church in Grand Rapids, at 7:30pm, on May 10. Thirteen PRTS students will be awarded their theological degrees. This year’s commencement speaker is Dr. Ligon Duncan, Chancellor and CEO of Reformed Theological Seminary. His message, taken from 1 Timothy 1:3-5, will be “What are We Aiming for in Ministry?”
If you are unable to attend in person, you will be able to watch it live. Simply visit http://heritagereformedgr.org/sermon/livestream/ five minutes before the start of the service or at any time during the ceremony. The graduation ceremony will start at 7:30 pm, May 10.
Dr. David Noe explains his approach to teaching Latin here at PRTS. Watch this short video to find out why you should consider learning Latin.
This class, beginning August 26, 2019 (D.v.), will occur throughout the fall semester every Monday and Wednesday from 3:15pm – 4:30pm (EST), and can be taken either on campus or as a distance ed class (via live-streaming).
If interested, apply as a “Visiting Student” at https://prts.edu/future-students/apply-now/ (be sure to select the “Visiting Student” application). Tuition is $250/credit, plus a $75 distance ed fee if taken from a distance.
- Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary Continues to Enhance Digital Accessible Offerings with New Grant
- Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary has received a grant of $1,000,000 from Lilly Endowment, Inc.
- The Appointment of Dr. David Noe as Beza Scholar-in-Residence for Greek and Latin
- The Appointment of Dr. Richard A. Muller as Scholar-in-Residence
- Open Positions at PRTS