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Interview with Rev. James Bultman

What follows is an adaptation of an interview between The Outlook editors and Rev. James Bultman, instructor at the Donetsk Regional Bible School on behalf of Christ for Russia/Ukraine. Vanden Heuvels-Rev. Bultman, please tell us about your sponsoring organization, Christ for Russia/Ukraine. Bultman – Christ for Russia is a parachurch organization with headquarters now in […]

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Book review writer Annette Gysen had the opportunity to ask author Simonetta Carr a few questions about her new Christian Biographies for Young Readers series. Why are the books in this series particularly valuable for children of Reformed families? For children who are taught to see the Bible as an organic drama of God’s unfolding […]

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An Interview with Brian G. Najapfour

Chadd M. Sheffield speaks with Pastor Brian Najapfour regarding what he has learned from the Puritans and Reformers about prayer through his work on Taking Hold of God: Reformed and Puritan Perspectives on Prayer, which he coedited with Dr. Joel Beeke and published with Reformation Heritage Books in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Born and reared in […]

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Glenda Mathes Interview

Glenda Mathes is a familiar name to many readers within the Reformed community. Reformed Fellowship carries her workbook in the Life in Christ curriculum, Not My Own: Discovering God’s Comfort in the Heidelberg Catechism. Reformed Fellowship also publishes Little One Lost: Living with Early Infant Loss, which brings biblical hope from a Reformed perspective to […]

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Interview with Rev. William Boekestein

Interview with Rev. William Boekestein William Boekestein’s latest book is Bible Studies on Mark (Reformed Fellowship, 2016), a twenty-one-lesson guide to Mark’s Gospel with study questions for each chapter. Here’s an opportunity to better get to know him and his book. Back-cover bios tend to provide only brief and professional information. Help us get to know you […]

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