Over the past several months, there have been some changes as to the membership of the editorial board. Due to taking up a new pastoral charge at Taree Presbyterian and wanting to cut back on some of his workload, Vaughan Smith has resigned from the board. Tulip Publishing wants to thank Vaughan for his prayer and assistance over the past year, and wish him and his ministry the best as he, along with his family, seek to faithfully proclaim Christ to the Taree community.
Filling the vacancy presented by Vaughan’s resignation, we are delighted to announce the addition of Presbyterian Minister, Darren Middleton, to the board. Darren’s commitment to the gospel, discipleship, and the promotion of confessional standards make Darren a natural fit. General Manager, Brett Lee-Price, adds: “Darren is doing excellent work in ministering to the North Geelong community. We hope that his passion to build and equip people from all backgrounds and walks of life from within a Christ-centered, Reformed framework, as well as his desire to make the great truths of Scripture accessible to every person, is something that will also be reflected through the future direction of Tulip Publishing as well.”
Speaking on being part of Tulip Publishing, Darren said, “It’s great to join an endeavour that is committed to publishing the riches of the Reformed faith here in Australia (and abroad) with the desire to edify and equip the saints for the work of ministry, to the glory of God. I hope that in a small way, Tulip Publishing will be a blessing to both the Australian church and the gospel of Jesus the Christ.”