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Join us at the FFBC Annual Conference

Tuesday, August 15, 2006

Sorry this is late notice, but I did want to alert my readers to an ongoing Fundamentalism conference.

This week, August 14 - 16, 2006 the Fellowship of Fundamental Bible Churches is holding their 67th Annual Conference at Tri-State Bible Camp and Conference Center in Montague, New Jersey. Our speaker this year will Dr. Ralph Colas of the American Council of Christian Churches. The ACCC is a Fundamental organization that seeks to "contend for the faith" (Jude 3). Dr. Ralph Colas is Executive Secretary of the ACCC, a role which he has held for the last fourteen years.

If you happen to be in the area during this week, please stop by and join us. If you wish to come to an evening service, the services are at 7:00 p.m. There are other events going on as well if you would like to come for more than the preaching. A schedule should be able to be found on the Tri-State website linked above. There is no cost if you are just coming for the evening sessions. If you wish to come for the whole week or over night, accommodations can be arranged by the staff at Tri-State Bible Camp.

I look forward to seeing some of you there, if you can come up one of the nights.

Just my thoughts,


In connection with this conference, I have posted a copy of my reports that I had published last year on SharperIron about last year's conference.

These reports are located here:

An Introduction and History of the FFBC
FFBC Annual Conference Report 1
FFBC Annual Conference Report 2


Pastor D said...

Hey, Frank...

Interesting blog. I used to be part of a fundamentalist church, pastored by my (still) good friend, Dr. A. Charles Ware (the church was in Camp Springs, MD). I'm very thankful for my grounding and love for the Word of God, which I attribute partly to sound, Bible teaching I received while at Bethel Bible Church.

I've moved on now, some 13 years ago... my home church is a sister church to Oak Cliff Bible Fellowship, where Dr. Tony Evans serves as the Sr. Pastor. I'm pastoring a new church in College Park, MD... what some of my "fundamentalist" friends (God bless them) would call a "seeker-sensitive" church - I just call us relevant. We emphasize solid, life-changing teaching... but we don't shrink away from creativity and innovation, which honors God, as well. Our teaching emphasizes application, or - as I like to put it - "information with feet." Information, without answering "So what?" and "Now what?" leads to constipation.

Anyway... I just ran across your blog and thought it was interesting... mucho blessings to you, doc! ;-)