Dr. William VanDoodewaard (PhD Aberdeen) has served as Associate Professor of Church History at Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary since 2010. Prior to this he served as a university professor and teacher for thirteen years, including teaching positions at Patrick Henry College, near Washington, D.C., Huntington University in Indiana, and Providence Reformed Collegiate in Canada. Dr. VanDoodewaard’s PhD dissertation was published in 2011 as "The Marrow Controversy and Seceder Tradition: Atonement, Saving Faith and the Gospel Offer in Scotland (1718–1799)." He is a contributor to books including the republication of Edward Fisher’s "The Marrow of Modern Divinity" (2009), "The Beauty and Glory of Christ" (2011), "The Beauty and Glory of the Holy Spirit" (2012), and "The Beauty and Glory of the Father" (2013), as well as academic journals. An ordained minister in the Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church (ARP), Dr. VanDoodewaard serves as the lead church planter at Holy Trinity Presbyterian Church in downtown Grand Rapids. He and his wife Rebecca blog at The Christian Pundit.
Outdoor activities such as a creation scavenger hunt help children learn about God's world. Plus, they build bonds of friendship and are loads of fun! So try this wide range of summer experiences with kids!
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