We are delighted to announce that Pastor Samuel Renihan will be speaking on Divine Impassibility at Reformation Bible Church during the last weekend of this month! He'll speak on Feb. 24th (Friday) & Feb. 25th (Saturday), with a total of 4 sessions, including a Q&A session. (More Details Below.) Everyone is welcome, but seating will be limited. We hope to see you there!
Friday, February 24th @ 6pm -- 1st session followed by brief intermission then a 2nd session.
Saturday, February 25th @ 10am -- 3rd session followed by brief intermission then a 4th session. We will conclude with Q&A.
Pastor Samuel Renihan
Trinity Reformed Baptist Church
La Mirada, CA.
About Samuel Renihan
Sam was born in Massachusetts, the fourth of five children. He grew up in a Reformed Baptist home and church under the teaching and preaching of his father, a Reformed Baptist pastor. At age five his family moved to Wisconsin for two years while his father pursued a doctoral degree. Two years later they moved back to Massachusetts where his father took up a pastorate in the city of Worcester. At age 11, the Renihans moved to southern California where Sam's dad took on the role of professor at the Institute of Reformed Baptist studies. Although he cannot pinpoint a specific moment in which he was converted, Sam was baptized at age 14 upon profession of faith. In 2006, after his first year of college, Sam married Kimberly Winton. In 2008 they were blessed with a son, Owen. Sam graduated from the University of California, Irvine in 2009 with a Bachelor's degree in Spanish Literature and Culture. Having felt an internal call to the ministry, largely fueled by a gradual external call from TRBC, Sam enrolled in Westminster Seminary California and the Institute of Reformed Baptist studies. In 2012 he graduated from Westminster as a Master of Divinity. In September of 2012 Sam was ordained and installed at Trinity Reformed Baptist Church. Aside from ministerial labors Sam enjoys good food, reading, playing & listening to music, and playing with his son, Owen.