Faithful Vigilance by W. Robert Godfrey
Paul warned the elders of the church in Ephesus about the critical need for them to be vigilant: “Pay careful attention to yourselves and to all the flock, in which the Holy Spirit has made you overseers, to care for the church of God, which he obtained with his own blood...Therefore be alert…” (Acts 20:28-31). This apostolic warning was not just for the Ephesian church; it is a warning that is necessary for every church in every age.
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|Recovering the Reformed Confession: Our Theology, Piety, and Practice
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News & Events
|The 2014-15 Academic Year Begins
The 2014-2015 academic year was officially kicked off with an Opening Convocation on Thursday, September 4. The 36 incoming students come from over 9 U.S. states and 7 foreign countries, including China, Japan, Mexico, South Korea, South Africa, Canada, Ireland, and Germany.
|Annual Conference 2015: Registration Now Open!
Join us for the Annual Conference 2015 (January 16-17) as the WSC faculty explore this year's theme, "Christ Our Wisdom: Between Life and the Law of God." Make sure to take advantage of the Early Bird Registration discount by Dec. 1st!
|Seminary for a Day
On Thursday, September 18, we will host our Fall Seminary for a Day (SFAD), an event designed to offer prospective students a glimpse into the academic and community life of WSC.
|Alumni Winter Refresher 2015
Now in its third year, WSC’s Alumni Winter Refresher in January offers alumni a great opportunity to be spiritually, mentally, and physically refreshed by the Lord and His Word. Alumni may audit for free any one-week Winter Term course offered during the month of January.
Did You Know?
|WSC students come from around the world
WSC students have come from six of the world’s seven continents in order to proclaim Christ and His Gospel to the ends of the earth.