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…

My New Bible

With my birthday approaching, my wife offered to buy me a new Bible to replace my old one that was showing its years of study and preaching. But I was so attached to my old Bible with its many portions highlight- ed, underlined, circled, and crammed with personal notes, I…

Genesis: God’s Book of Beginnings (2)

SUMMARY OF THE CHAPTER 2 This chapter declares creation’s completion (v1-3), and expands on the methods and results of those six days of God’s creative work. It does not record a separate work of creation; it adds information to the details given in chapter one. Though man was also made…

A Pastor’s Heartaches

Sympathy is a big word in Christian circles. We preach Christ’s sympathy for His people and we encourage pastors to have sympathy to care for their peoples’ hurts. But have you ever stopped to think that pastors are also in need of sympathy? Let me plead for your sympathy toward…

Genesis: God’s Book of Beginnings

Summary of the chapter: This chapter declares that God created the world out of nothing and organized it into a perfect world in six literal, twenty-four-hour days. It also declares that God created man in His own image and gave him dominion over the creatures. This is vital information about…

The Gospel According to Godliness

In recent times the Roman Catholic Church has been much in the news for all the wrong reasons. The mask of pious pretence came off to reveal fearful depths of depravity among her clergy. Corruption in the papacy, however, is nothing new. Before the Protestant Reformation, immorality of Roman Catholic…

Bible Study Q & A With Dr. Mark Allison

Dr. Mark Allison was the minister of Malvern FPC, PA until 2014. He currently serves as President of Geneva Reformed Seminary, Greenville SC. We interviewed him to get some helpful tips to understanding the Word of God. What are the key proofs for the Bible’s inspiration? The Bible claims inspiration for itself.…

A Preacher’s Antidote to Apathy

The life of the preacher is not getting any easier. It takes the faith of a giant to keep on preaching in season and out of season. Right now, it appears we are out of season as our culture dives further into sin. God’s call to proclaim the good news…

Because We Are Losing Our Free Speech

Recently, a Canadian newspaper posted the headline: “We are living in a country where you daren’t be anything but gay-friendly.” Lobbyists for a gender-free-for-all have moved from seeking freedom, to being left alone, to demanding positive engagement by all. These days, those who don’t embrace the full spectrum of gay…

What is Covenant Theology?

Rev. Reggie Kimbro is the minister of Grace FPC in Winston-Salem, NC. He also teaches at Geneva Reformed Seminary. We interviewed him on the subject of Covenant Theology. What is Covenant Theology? Covenant Theology (CT) is a title given to a system that officially stems from the post-Reformation period. The…

Bible Study With Rev. Andrew Foster

I caught up with Rev. Andrew Foster to ask some simple—but I trust, helpful—questions on Bible Study.  Editor. Why is it important to study diligently the use of Bible words? Words are the building blocks of intelligible communication and knowledge. Necessarily, they must have clear and precise meaning. We can…