October 2018

Audio sermons

KICS talks. These have resumed with the new school year.


Food from the earth. A message preached by Rev. Foster in Moneyslane FPC, October 8th, 2019.

Short beds and skimpy sheets. Preached by Rev. Foster in Kilskeery FPC, October 7th, 2018.

All recently added audio sermons can be seen here.


Featured series: Bringing the King back


Kilskeery Conference 2018


News review for week ending Friday 12th October 2018.

“When the wicked spring as the grass, and when all the workers of iniquity do flourish; it is that they shall be destroyed for ever:  but thou, LORD, art most high for evermore,” Psalm 92:7-8.

‘Gay cake’ row: Supreme Court rules in favour of Ashers

Supreme court victory for Christian bakers in ‘gay cake case’

Christian bakers ‘delighted and relieved’ at court victory in ‘gay cake’ case

Christian bakers who refused to make wedding cake for gay couple win Supreme Court appeal

Ashers judgement: Protestant churches unite to hail protection for Christians

Read the rest of this week’s news review


News review for week ending Friday 5th October 2018

“For many deceivers are entered into the world, who confess not that Jesus Christ is come in the flesh. This is a deceiver and an antichrist,” 2 John 1:7.

Powerful DUP figure admits party broke the law while in Stormon

RHI Inquiry: Evidence U-turn on ‘hierarchy’ from DUP Spad Timothy Johnston

RHI Inquiry: Sinn Fein side-stepped law on Spads – and mandarins let them, says Johnston

Jonathan Bell was a minister who was viewed by party colleagues as being “superficial”

Stormont Ministers misled the House – Jim Allister, TUV leader.

If Arlene Foster doesn’t survive RHI, who would replace her as DUP leader?

Experts ‘knew green scheme was flawed’- RHI inquiry

Read more of this week’s news review….


The glory days of Ian Paisley

Four years have passed since the death of Dr. Paisley and we are remounting an article that reminisces on the days of blessing in his ministry.

What a man of God dear Dr Paisley was in those days, which I consider his heyday, the zenith of his pulpit ministry. How faithfully he warned the people of God in Ulster and also in the United Kingdom and further afield, regarding the gathering clouds of ignorance which were the direct result of the apostasy in the so-called Protestant pulpits. The main ‘Protestant’ denominations in Ulster had, through their links with the ecumenical movement and involvement with the World Council of Churches, imbibed the modernistic notions and the unity with Rome delusions, propagated by the false prophets of 20th century ‘Christianity’! Read more


 

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