Monday, May 14, 2007

FIRE National Conference

This evening opens the National Conference for the Fellowship of Independent Reformed Evangelicals (FIRE). The conference is hosted by Faith Bible Church in Sharpsburg, GA (just south of Atlanta). If you are in the area and would like to fellowship with brothers and sisters committed to Biblical theology and practice, come out and share in this conference. It promises to be a most encouraging and edifying time of worshiping God, hearing from His word, and communing with His people.

5 comments:

Q. A. Jones said...

wish I could be there! will there be any audio available??

Jude 2,

Q

ajcarter said...

Hey Q,
The messages are available on CD. You can obtain them by contacting Faith Bible Church (www.faithbiblechurch.us).

I pray all is well with your family as you make the transition to seminary. God's best to you, my brother.

Anonymous said...

Tony,

It was a blessing meeting you at the FIRE Conference. I'm thankful that the Lord crossed our paths.

I urge any readers to get a copy of Tony's message from the FIRE Conference. Christ-centered preaching that exalts the mercy and grace of God is food for the soul.

If I can serve you in any way, brother, let me know.

chapel@mountzion.org

in Christ,
Jeff Pollard

ajcarter said...

Thanks Jeff.

It was great meeting you, as we have all been encouraged by the work at Mt Zion. Thanks for your encouaring words. Prayfully we will meet again.

Tony

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johnMark said...

Tony,

I concur with Jeff that is was a blessing meeting you at FIRE and encourage the readers to get a copy of your message. It was a wonderful message.

It's ironic because some of the guys I was at the conference with and I were talking the previous night about the very subject you preached on. There are times, I think, when pastors need to inform their listeners that they are not better than anyone else to go on and explain God's grace in their lives.

This point can and IMHO is missed by the congregants as well as the world looking on.

Blessings,
Mark