We continue to agree and support the stand made by our brother Ivan Foster. This Friday DV in Ormeau Park we will engage in a Protestant OPEN AIR witness and tract distribution to expose and oppose the ecumenical coat trailing and prayer service being held by the four mainline churches. We meet at the entrance to Ormeau Park [opp the former Bakery building] at 11AM and hope to us TBS scripture posters also. Our tract maybe read on our website - it is entitled What is Truth ?. All believers in Christ are most welcome. Do not hesitate to call my mobile on 07801 756112
6/13/2007 9:09:40 AM
Thank you Rev. Foster for taking a stand against the terrible compromise that took place in the DUP recently. This treason is not only a tragedy for Ulster and the FPC but for true blood-washed Christians around the world. As Rev. Ian Paisley has been so well known and admired around the world so this act of compromise will also send shockwaves through Christ's church around the world. May God grant repentance to those who fell to the temptation of political power. God bless you and your church mightily!
6/11/2007 3:11:02 PM
I agree with Rev.Foster, how can it be wrong to want a moderator who can and will publicly condemn Sodomy.
Dear Brother Ivan, We have been following your sermons on the "Peace" accord. How sad and tragic! As a former Ulster man and a Christian, my wife and I are bewildered at the leadership of the FPC. God bless you and give you courage. Praying for you, Wes and Jenny.
I have discovered your 4 precious Revival messages, preached at Ballymena FPC in September 2004. I was astonished and humbled at the insights you expressed to me in the LORD from II Chronicles 27, 28 and 29. Revival has been in my heart for more than a decade. I see it clearly with eyes of faith and will be praying with a greater hope, thanks to you, dear friend. Kathleen
Thanks to the Rev. Foster and the folks in Kilskeery F.P.C for the opportunity to come and to share in fellowship around God's Word. It was encouraging to see what the Lord has been doing reguarding the Christian School and the congregation there in Kilskeery. May the Lord continue to bless His work in the days ahead. (Nehemiah 8v10)