Collegiate Reformed Fellowship is the campus ministry of Christ Church and Trinity Reformed Church in Moscow, Idaho. Our goal is to teach and exhort young men and women to serve, to witness, to stand fast, and to mature in their Christian Faith. We desire to see students get established in a godly lifestyle and a trajectory toward maturity. We also desire to proclaim the Christian worldview to the university population and the surrounding communities. CRF is not an independent ministry. All our activities are supplemental to the teaching and shepherding ministry of CC & TRC. Students involved with CRF are regularly reminded that the most important student ministry takes place at Lord’s Day worship.
2018 Post-College Life Conference Talks
Recent CRF Monday Night Talks
Misquoting Jesus – Bart Ehrman, Atheism, and the Reliability of Scripture – Dr. Timothy Edwards
Why Revoice is Wrong Voice – Pastor Toby Sumpter
Before You Stomp on Serpents and Scorpions – Aaron Ventura
Out of the Abundance of the Heart – Dr. Mike Lawyer
One Verse Evangelism – Kirk Brower
Feminism and the Necessity of Stereotyping – Douglas Wilson:
A Narnian Approach to Cultural Engagement – Ben Zornes:
Dealing with the Crisis of Victim Culture – Douglas Wilson:
Dr. Joe Boot: Sex & Intelligent Design (Talk + Q&A at the University of Idaho)
What does the Bible teach about gender and sexuality? Dr. Joe Boot answered this question in his Monday night lecture sponsored by CRF at the University of Idaho.
The Rev. Dr. Joseph Boot (M.A., Ph.D.) is a cultural philosopher and theologian, leading Christian apologist, founding pastor of Westminster Chapel in Toronto and founder of the Ezra Institute for Contemporary Christianity (EICC). Joe has spoken all over the world in 30 countries at numerous universities, seminaries, churches, colleges, and conferences from Eton College and Oxford, to Forman University in Lahore, Pakistan. He regularly addresses pastors and Christian leaders as well as medical, legal, and business professionals in North America, Britain, and the Middle East and has publicly debated leading atheistic thinkers and philosophers in Canada and the United States.