Recordings of the papers from the Youth Conference held in April 2015 are now available at this link.
Arrangements Venue: Abernethy, Barcaple, Castle Douglas, Kirkcudbrightshire. DG7 2AP. Dates: Tuesday 7 April to Thursday 9 April. Chairman: Rev Donald Macdonald. Lower Age Limit: 16 years old. Applications: to Rev Donald Macdonald, FP Manse, Bayhead, North Uist, HS6 5DS. (Please let Mr Macdonald know by 14 March, if possible.) See the February issue of the Young People’s [Read more…]
The Outreach Committee have a limited number of Bibles available for free distribution to people in the United Kingdom who do not have a Bible of their own. These English Bibles are in the Authorised (King James) Version. To request a free Bible, please write to Rev J B Jardine by email: [email protected] A young man was [Read more…]
It was a time of crisis in Judah. A great multitude came up against Jehoshaphat and his people. What would the king do? In his distress, Jehoshaphat prayed to God, saying: “O our God, wilt thou not judge them? for we have no might against this great company that cometh against us; neither know we [Read more…]
A number of new audio items have been uploaded, in addition to the usual recently preached sermons, which can be found on the sermons page. Papers given at the Youth Conferences between 2011 and 2014 can be found at Youth Conference Audio. A number of the late Rev Donald MacLean’s sermons preached at Glasgow can [Read more…]
Due to the situation in the Ukraine it is not possible for Mr Dymtro Levitskyi to be present at the meeting of the Western Presbytery on 3 March 2015 for the purpose of his ordination and induction, which is therefore postponed.
[A communion season is a most precious time in the church of Jesus Christ. This account of Sydney‘s communion in September 2014 was written by the congregation’s minister, Rev George B Macdonald. See The Lord’s Supper for more information on this sacrament of the New Testament.] It is a special time when the death of [Read more…]
The late Donald Mackenzie, Elder, North Tolsta, Lewis. [This obituary, written by Rev Neil Macintyre, was first published in the January 1923 edition of the Free Presbyterian Magazine.] It is with sincere regret that we record the death of Donald Mackenzie (Domhnuill Tailear), Elder, North Tolsta, Lewis, which took place on 2 March 1922. There [Read more…]
Many are now asking what can be learnt from the referendum campaign in Scotland and its result. Political pundits have more than a few opinions. They refuse adamantly in the midst of this to consider the role of God’s Providence in these matters. What we have witnessed so clearly is that men may make their [Read more…]
The time leading up to the Scottish Independence Referendum was one of earnest prayer on the part of those with a true concern for the cause of truth in the land. Now that the result is known we are still being called to prayer, that is, to the thankful acknowledgment of God’s mercies to us. When [Read more…]