• What does it mean to have business with God, to engage with the creator of the universe, the Holy One, in life and worship? In this blog Dr. Cornelius Plantinga unpacks that question with the aid of John Calvin’s writing on negotium cum Deo, our business is with God.

  • If you are a choir director you are probably working on finalizing your choral repertoire for Advent. In this blog Dr. Kai Ton Chau provides suggestions for five Advent choral pieces chosen with the smaller church choir in mind. The pieces were chosen with themes of waiting, preparation, and light, making them very adaptable for various Advent preaching series and lectionaries. Chau also included helpful teaching notes for each piece.

  • The Book of Exodus tells the incredible story of God's work to deliver the Israelites from bondage and to shape them into his people, a people through whom he would bless the world. It testifies to the work that God does for his people and in turn, God's good plan for our work. These three liturgies can be adapted for any Sunday but also correspond with the Revised Common Lectionary, Year A, the 15th, 16th, and 17th Sundays after Pentecost.