Morning Devotions Series
Sarah displayed persevering faith in the God who made promises to her through her actions.Continue
1 Peter 2 proclaims Christians the new people of God, and exhorts them to live accordingly as sojourners and exiles, with exemplary lives before unbelievers. Genesis 20 shows how the original sojourner, Abraham, failed to do this, yet also displays God’s common grace.Continue
Who sets the agenda for our lives and for the church? Personal interaction and ultimately God’s word should set the agenda, not the revenue-driven Internet.Continue
Like his grandfather Abraham, Jacob has nothing in his waking world to guarantee his role as promise-receiver and promise-bearer. Yet God interrupts his scheming and shame to introduce him to his new world of the gospel.Continue
The special friendship between Jonathan and David is well known. It's the type of friendship we all long for and will need especially as people entering into pastoral ministry.
We'll look at 3 specific aspects that made their friendship so special: common passion, vulnerability/transparency, and commitment.
Dr. Estelle looks at Gen. 22 and explores the exact nature of Abraham’s faith as seen in this passage and Christ as the ultimate answer to his “problem.”Continue
Dr. Fesko begins a series on "The Christian & Technology." As common as it is to use screens, have they become a new American idol?Continue
WSC President Joel Kim's opening convocation of the Fall 2018 semester, titled, "Seminary in a Global Age."Continue
W. Robert Godfrey, President Emeritus of Westminster Seminary California, delivers the 2018 commencement address. On May 26, 2018, WSC sent forth 26 students to serve as pastors, teachers, missionaries, and leaders for the church and for the world.Continue
WSC President Joel Kim's closing chapel devotion of the Spring 2018 semester.Continue
We are all sinners. But Christ suffered for our sins and has redeemed us with his precious blood.Continue
In a world where evil seems to get the upper hand more often than not, our Lord strengthens our faith in his unfailing Word by being silent in the hour of darkness.Continue
Jesus’ “I Am” statements in the Gospel of John show us both our own spiritual neediness and his complete sufficiency as our Redeemer to meet our every need.Continue
Eph. 1:3-14 shows us the importance and necessity of relying upon and returning to the blessedness of God's grace over and over again throughout our ministry.Continue