For centuries, the Westminster Shorter Catechism has helped Christians young and old to know their “chief end.” Now, authors William Boekestein, Jonathan Landry Cruse, and Andrew J. Miller value this venerable catechism and winsomely introduce a new generation to its powerful message. Dividing the catechism into 52 brief devotions, they explain and apply each question and answer in a year’s worth of Lord’s Days. This valuable new resource is great for individual and family use for all who desire to “glorify and enjoy God forever.”
“May a Catechism prove to be devotional material? Well, of course! As Paul says, truth is in order to godliness. And what better way to start the day than to read these devotionals on the Shorter Catechism. Boekestein, Cruse, and Miller have provided us with an outstanding primer to get the juices flowing and the heart engaged. Outstanding!”
—Derek W. H. Thomas, pastor, author, Ligonier Teaching Fellow
“The church in our own day urgently needs not only to confess what we believe but to announce what is true. Glorifying and Enjoying God helps us to do just this as it presents the objective claims of a classic catechism in a format perfected for weekly worship and study at home. Together read, recite, and rejoice in these truths!”
— Chad Van Dixhoorn, Professor of Church History and Theolgy, Reformed Theological Seminary Charlotte
“If you view doctrine as dry and connect catechism with tedious repetition, you need Glorifying and Enjoying God. Here three pastors explore the greatness of God and the glories of his grace, revealed in the Bible and captured concisely (and brilliantly!) in the Shorter Catechism. This is solid food for Christ-hungry hearts, rich nourishment for growing children of God.”
—Dennis E. Johnson, Professor Emeritus of Practical Theology, Westminster Seminary California
About the Editors
William Boekestein is pastor of Immanuel Fellowship Church in Kalamazoo, Michigan. He and his wife Amy have four children.
Jonathan Landry Cruse is pastor of Community Presbyterian Church (OPC) in Kalamazoo, Michigan, where he lives with his wife and three children. He is the author of several books, including What Happens When We Worship.
Andrew J. Miller is the Regional Home Missionary for the Orthodox Presbyterian Church in central Pennsylvania, where he lives with his wife Rebekah and their five children.