Mexico Mission and Coronavirus

The coronavirus has hit Mexico City hard, as would be expected of a city with a metropolitan area of over 20 million people. The hospitals are almost filled to capacity, and there is still much unease with regard to what the future holds. We have not been meeting in our…

The FPCNA and the Pandemic of 2020

For the Free Presbyterian Church of North America, 2020 began as years usually do—with prayer and plans. No one foresaw that less than three months into the new year, God would let a tiny virus affect the world in such a way that almost all those plans would be cancelled.…

Church News From Mexico

In August, our church received the FPCNA mission team members, who were able to accomplish a lot in a short time. Not only did we enjoy their fellowship personally, we know that several in our congregation developed lasting friendships with those on the team. They were also able to distribute…

Congress Echoes at Malvern Week of Prayer

For the first time since 2009, the Free Presbyterian Church of Malvern, PA was the host for the Week of Prayer and regular meeting of the presbytery. Several of those who attended the meetings from October 7-11 could remember their experience as delegates to the 4th International Congress of Free…

Radio’s Reach in Liberia

The missionaries have been quite surprised at the number of regular visitors coming to the church as a result of the radio station. Some visitors only visit to see what the church is like after hearing the radio station. Others have stayed and continue to support the work. People have…

Presbytery Tribute to Dr. Gail Gingery

The members of the Presbytery of the Free Presbyterian Church of North America honor the memory of Dr. Gail Gingery, a pioneer member and ruling elder in Faith Free Presbyterian Church. Many of Dr. Gingery’s colleagues from Bob Jones University and even more of his former students have paid tribute to his…

Youth Camp 2019

As the camp directors reviewed the literature in preparation for another camp, it was time to review its purpose. Mr. Brad Carper has been involved with the camp from its foundation and he recalled that it was formed to enable young people from our churches to meet and enjoy time together…

Evangelism in Korea

Christ’s evangelical calling has been kindling an undying passion in the heart of every Christian generation. The disciples obeyed Christ’s command through the coming and presence of the Holy Spirit. They saw the people’s spiritual need and preached that they would receive forgiveness and salvation only through the grace of…

Return to Toronto

On the thirtieth anniversary of the initial Week of Prayer in Toronto FPC, the members of the presbytery and some of their families gathered May 13-17. It was the ninth time for the Toronto congregation to host the event. The session and committee and the congregation, under the capable direction…

God’s Increase in Jamaica

I recently had the pleasure of accompanying Dr. Larry Saunders on a visit to the Let the Bible Speak Church in Little London, Jamaica. During my flight home, I was organizing my thoughts for a presentation to our own congregation in Winston Salem. The Lord impressed on my mind Paul’s…

Tensions in the Korean Peninsula

Due to North Korea’s nuclear experiments, the tension on the Korean Peninsula continues to build. We have not had such a serious situation as this since the ceasefire of the Korean War in 1953. Even though there were several provocations by North Korea before, South Koreans have remained relatively patient…