The Founders Midwest Conference meets annually in the Saint Louis, MO area. Our next conference will be February 26-27, 2019 at First Baptist Church, Fenton, MO.
By Terry Delaney [Editor’s Note: This is the second blog post of a 3-part series. Click here to read the first.] John Calvin longed to bring corporate worship back to a God-centered, biblically-informed model. He believed that worship, understood as what we would today call the entire “worship service” must be simple. To this end, he … Continue reading John Calvin and Church Revitalization: Corporate Worship
By Dr. John E. Greever In our present day, it appears that we are living in a time of radical transition culturally, societally, and historically. This transition has potent moral and spiritual implications. As the church of Jesus Christ seeks to be faithful to the gospel in this generation in the United States, we would … Continue reading The Aftermath of Post Modernism, the Rise of the Edenic Wave
By Terry Delaney [Editor’s Note: This is the first blog post of a 3-part series.] Perhaps most essential to church revitalization is an outward focus of the local church. That is, missions and evangelism are of the utmost importance for the kingdom of God to grow. John Calvin, the theologian and pastor of the church … Continue reading John Calvin and Church Revitalization: Missions and Evangelism
By Jeremiah Greever (Originally posted in the MBC Pathway on November 2nd, 2017) The author of Ecclesiastes once wisely wrote, “there is nothing new under the sun”. This truism is perhaps best exhibited in society’s current moral failings. For many Christians, it seems as though issues such as abortion, same-sex marriage, and gender dysphoria are … Continue reading ‘Nothing new under the sun’: Unborn life, biblical sexuality addressed by the Reformers