We’re pleased to announce that the first series of video podcasts are now posted. Panelists are dr. Cornelis VanDam, emeritus professor of Old Testament at C.R.T.S. and dr. Bill deJong, pastor at Blessings Christian Church. The discussion is moderated by pastor Tony Roukema of the Burlington Ebenezer Canadian Reformed Church. The titles are as follows:

        1. What is a Sermon? (13:45) view here

        2. Evaluating Sermons (32:26) view here

        3. Preaching the Word (33:22) view here

Our fourth podcast is an interview by our VOTC chairman, Bill Van Huisstede and the rev. Victor Atallah, director of MERF (Middle East Reformed Fellowship). He  continues to be very actively involved in the Christian radio broadcast targeting many  countries in the Middle East:

       4. Interview with Victor Atallah (32:08) view here

The next three podcasts will be a series of discussions on Political and Economic Systems through the lens of Scripture. These are moderated by dr. Bill deJong. Participants will be Brian Dijkema and Jonathan Wellum, two local Christian professionals who are well versed in these topics. Brian is Vice President of External Affairs and an Editor of Comment at CARDUS, a Non-Partisan faith-based think-tank. Jonathan Wellum, a Certified Financial Analyst and Professional Money Manager is President and Founder of Rocklinc Investment Partners, a private Wealth Management Company. The discussion attempts to answer this question; Which system best represents values prescribed in Scripture? Titles are:

       5. A Biblical view of Economics (34:32)

       6. A Biblical view of Economic Systems (36:15)

       7. A Biblical view of Government (34:07)

We hope to follow up with three more podcasts that focus on the topic “Christian Stewardship”; That discussion is also divided into three parts:

      8. Socialism (37:42)

      9. Global and National Debt (30:35)

    10. Household Debt (37:42)

We believe the subjects presented in our podcasts provide important information for today’s Christian. Be sure to check out these informative discussions and thank you for visiting this page.