In a Few WORDS

The day has finally arrived!

The new website for Reformation Fellowship, Inc., is up and operational. We are excited about the new bells and whistles that will streamline the reading and shopping experience for you. I would like to spend some time highlighting our features and getting you acquainted with the new format.



In the top left corner of the home page, you will be given an option to sign in if you are a returning customer. Otherwise, you will want to register an account.

Purchasing books is a breeze. Whether on a phone or a computer, when you select “books” from the menu, you will have the option of categorizing the books by topic or author. Of course, you can click on “books” and be taken to a page with all the works RFI offers. The cover of each book will be presented to you, and you will have the option to add it directly to the cart or your wishlist without leaving the page. If you wish to know more about the book, click on the cover, and it will take you to a page with a synopsis of the work.

Next to “books” is the option to access our digital Outlook database. If you hover over the menu option, you will be given the choice either to sign in to your membership account or to purchase a digital issue. Once you click on the menu option, it will take you to the main Outlook page where you will have many tools at your disposal. There is a search menu so you can locate individual articles if you are after a specific one. If you are just browsing, you can select “view full list” toward the bottom of the page and look through all the Outlook editions we have to offer. You will have the ability to look at the index for each edition and any articles from them that are hosted on the website.

Our next menu option is our author guidelines. If you or anyone you know is interested in submitting a manuscript to RFI for review, give these guidelines a perusal. We look forward to seeing your work.

We also are now hosting a blog on the website. Currently, we are reporting the calls of various ministers within the Reformed Fellowship family. Soon, we will be providing new articles unique to the blog and posting older Outlook articles.

Last, we have provided you with various avenues for contacting us. On the “contact” page, you will find our address and phone number. Employee and board members are listed with contact emails for certain people. Below this list is a contact form which you may complete to send us a message. On any page, we also have placed our address, phone number, and email at the bottom. Additionally, we have direct links to our social media pages. While you are there, make sure to sign up for our email newsletter so you can keep up to date on everything that is going on at Reformed Fellowship, Inc.

It is our hope and prayer that this website will improve the customer experience. If you have any suggestions, feel free to contact us and let us know how we can make the website serve you better.

Mr. Jace Kuntz is the business manager in training at Reformed Fellowship, Inc., and a current MDiv student at Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary. He grew up on a ranch in southwest Montana and spends his free time playing the fiddle and jazz guitar and studying dead languages.