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WRS Welcomes an Administrative Fellow!

WRS is pleased to welcome Major Scott Hollander to the administrative team at WRS to serve as a fellow in cooperation with the US Army’s Corporate Hero Fellowship program. Scott will be participating in this program with WRS from January 23 thru April 28, 2017.

Join our capital fund drive for our new campus!  The Christian Stewards, a group of Christian businessmen, has offered to match your gift, dollar-for-dollar, up to $100,000!  Given so far: $68,726; matched = $137,452!  Please give to enable called men and women to be trained to serve the Lord and his church for years to […]

Classes started Monday, January 23.  See Classes and Locations. To register, or to ask a question, please contact the seminary.  

Because our WRS building sustained fire damage and cannot now be used, we have obtained alternate locations for our resident classes this fall.  Keep informed here for any further developments.  The schedule and locations of our classes are kept up to date here.

Come to the Taber Lectures!

Dates: Thursday-Saturday, May 5-7   Lecturer: Dr. Jason Hutchinson Topic: “THEORETICAL AND PRACTICAL ISSUES RELATED TO PURITAN MINISTRY FOR TODAY“   Thursday, May 5 — 7:00 p.m., Lecture and refreshments “Introduction–After Darkness Light: Puritan Ministry”   Friday, May 6 — 5:45 p.m., Spaghetti in the Spring (free dinner; offering will be taken)7:00 p.m., Lecture “Biblical […]

Here is an excellent 1/2 page insert for your church bulletin or for distributing.  Just print on two sides of the paper and cut in half. Martin Luther: Bound by the Word of God

Earlier this month representatives from Bible-believing Reformed seminaries met in Greenville, South Carolina.  For over ten years WRS has been a member of the Association of Reformed Theological Seminaries, an agency that mutually investigates and recognizes Reformed seminaries. Currently ARTS is preparing to be recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation, the main private […]

New Testament scholar Daniel Wallace explained the discovery of a first century fragment from Mark’s Gospel in this interview.  This copy of Mark was made before A.D. 100, the earliest New Testament fragment discovered yet!

Read the Bible in a year, in chronological order and with each day’s reading being about the same length (20 minutes average).  The Plan can be printed out on a single sheet of paper, front and back, and used for a bookmark.  Now in SPANISH as well as ENGLISH. Download PLAN