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Global Theological Education

From June 2 through June 6, 2014, the WRF joined with several other organizations to host a Consultation on Global Theological Education in Sao Paulo, Brazil.  The purposes of and participants in that Consultation, along with links to the videos of the plenary sessions of the Consultation, may be found by clicking here -          

Ministry in the Context of Islam

The WRF is working with six institutions around the world toward the creation of Islam Ministry Centers.  The progress made on this project will be highlighted at our 2015 General Assembly in Sao Paulo, Brazil.

Human Trafficking and Gender Violence

The WRF co-sponsored, with Northwest University of South Africa, a Conference on Human Trafficking and Gender Violence in October of 2013 in Potschefstroom, South Africa.  The DVD's of the plenary presentations at the conference have been uploaded to this website and are available here - 


July 21, 2016
Featuring Dr. Lloyd Kim, International Coordinator for Mission to the World (MTW).
July 19, 2016
Perhaps some of what Seventh is doing can be a stimulus to others of our members. And perhaps what some of our other members are doing could have the same effect. After all, the WRF exists so “That the strengths of some might become the strengths of all in the service of Jesus Christ!”
July 13, 2016
"Fascinating research which promises to benefit the flock of Jesus Christ.” - Dr. Tim Witmer, Westminster Theological Seminary (Philadelphia). "Th­e church at large needs to learn from Douma.” - Dr. Michael Milton, Reformed ­Theological Seminary (Charlotte)


July 9, 2016
How do and should Christians talk about those with whom they disagree? How, for example, should Calvinists talk about Arminians?
June 8, 2016
Dr. Thomas Johnson is an individual member of the World Reformed Fellowship and he was recently appointed Religious Freedom Ambassador to the Vatican, representing the World Evangelical Alliance and its 600 million members.
April 18, 2016
No one wants to see an end to the Anglican Communion. That is why the Primates went to Canterbury. Certainly the leaders of GAFCON are clear on this point. They are not proposing to replace the Communion. They are dealing with schism, not provoking it.