Reformed Spotlight

Recently there’s been a plethora of titles coming in from our friends and church family. Since we can’t review them all, we’re highlighting a few that might be of interest to you.

A Doctor’s Devotion: A Passion for Serving
by Harry Holwerda
Medical doctor Harry Holwerda has spent a lifetime serving the Lord through medical ministry in various countries. His book shares some of the lessons he learned over the years. (Principia Media)

Glimpses of Grace: Encouragement for Life’s Journey
by Sidney Draayer
This small volume is packed with short reflections on God’s grace in Draayer’s life. A CRC pastor, Draayer has served as director of the Christian Counseling Center and as director of Paraklesis Ministries. (Project Philip Ministries)

Illuminated Manuscript
by David Schelhaas
English professor emeritus and poet Schelhaas offers another volume of lovely verse inspired and informed by the smallest moments of daily life as well as by his own personal history. (Dordt Press)

Loyalty and Loss: The Reformed Church in America, 1945-1994
by Lynn Japinga
This detailed history of the RCA looks at the many struggles and decisions our sister denomination has faced over the years. (Eerdmans)

When God Shows Up: A Pastor’s Journey
by Henry Wildeboer
What’s it like to be a pastor? Henry Wildeboer started this book for the sake of his children and grandchildren; the end result is a look back on what it means to follow God’s call on your life. (Chapbook Press)

About the Author

Kristy Quist is Tuned In editor for The Banner and a member of Neland Ave. CRC in Grand Rapids, Mich.
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