RESOLUTION 76:01: Memorial for Elder George W. Johnson, Jr.

George W. Johnson, Jr, affectionately known by all as “Coach,” was born on July 18, 1927, to proud parents George and Estelle Johnson in Lucknow, SC. George married his lovely wife, Helen, and together they raised three children. “Coach” taught Social Studies and coached cross-country and track at Brookland- Cayce High School from 1959-1989, where he won six state championships. … [more]

RESOLUTION 76:02: Resolution of Thanks

Be it resolved that we, the members of the 76th General Synod of the Bible Presbyterian Church, meeting at the Lakeland Bible Presbyterian Church in Lakeland, FL, August 9-14, 2012, do extend our heart-filled thanks to Rev. Blizzard, the Church Session, as well as the entire congregation of the Lakeland Bible Presbyterian Church, for their warm Christian hospitality. We are … [more]

RESOLUTION 76:03: On Church Planting

We wish to state our thankfulness to God for the blessing of a new Bible Presbyterian Church in Bonners Ferry, ID. In Matthew 28:19-21, Jesus gave to His church the Great Commission. The church, in recognizing the authority of her King, is commanded to make disciples of all nations. The church is to do this where the LORD may send … [more]

RESOLUTION 76:05: On the Instability of the PC(USA)

By the time the 220th General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church (USA) completed its business on July 22, 2012, it was evident that the denomination will continue on a path far from the Scriptures it once held sacred. The decades’ struggle over sexual issues has precipitated an unprecedented exodus from this once august body. Those remaining were more concerned with … [more]

RESOLUTION 76:06 The Anti-Religious Freedom Mandate in the Patient “Protection” and “Affordable” Care Act

On July 31, 2012, President Obama’s Health and Human Services Department (HHS) claimed, “The Obama administration will continue to work with all employers to give them the flexibility and resources they need to implement the health care law in a way that protects women’s health while making common-sense accommodations for values like religious liberty.” Religious liberty is far more than … [more]