This book will be launched in various locations throughout 2019 with a special lecture on the Bible School Movement.
This article by Dr. Jack Whytock explores the reformation of space for public Christian worship past and present. The article has three parts: 1st, a general survey of worship space at the eve of the Reformation; 2nd, the response of the Magisterial Reformers; and 3rd, the ongoing use of space for public worship, chiefly in the evangelical/reformed tradition.
Dear Friends, I hope that you will enjoy sharing the excitement of this issue of Haddington Happenings, Spring, 2017. The Lord has granted Haddington House the opportunity to be involved with amazing opportunities. Many years ago we began to dream of what the Lord could do and now we see many of those dreams for the Kingdom bearing fruit. Thank you for sharing in these wonderful partnerships of ministry and let us press on in prayer as there remains much yet to do—“Thy kingdom come”. Yours in Gospel Partnership, Jack Whytock, Director
Spring 2017 contents include:
- The Container Has Arrived in Kampala, Uganda
- Canadian Volunteers in the Eastern Cape, South Africa
- Special Journal on the Reformation now at the Printers in Manitoba
- Christian Leaders’ Workshops
- Current Haddington House Projects and Needs
Greetings as another year draws to a close. We are thankful to have this opportunity to give an update from Haddington House and you will no doubt notice a theme in this issue of our newsletter. We have decided to concentrate on the theme of library development for theological education and training – one of the four aspects of our ministry. Books may not audibly speak, but they actually do speak! Libraries may be quiet places, but they are places where lives are transformed.
However, before we go to the theme of library work, we would like to give thanks to the Lord for the work of Christina Lehmann on the occasion of her retirement from Haddington House.
Dr. Jack Whytock, Director