Fundamental in Doctrine, believing in the divine authority and verbal inspiration of the Bible, and the great fundamental doctrines of grace it contains. The Scriptures alone are the supreme authority in matters of faith and practice. The Free Presbyterian Church uses only the Authorized Version (KJV) of the Bible.
Separatist in Practice, believing and practicing the doctrine of Biblical separatism. In accordance with this, the Free Presbyterian Church has no association with the modern Ecumenical or Charismatic movements, nor will it fellowship with any church which has departed from the fundamental doctrines of the Word of God.
We value the service that SermonAudio gives us. We broadcast every Lord‚Äôs Day as well as our special services. We have people who listen from all around the world and in the US. One elderly couple in CT listens to every week because they are now home-bound. My wife and I had the privilege of visiting them last year in their home. We know of people who listen in, and by God‚Äôs grace, are converted. One Roman Catholic man began to listen to us on SermonAudio, came to Christ, and just married a young lady from our church recently. Another lady in our community felt like she could never attend church because of some suffering in her life. She began listening to our sermons. She called me and set up a visit with me and another elder. She was converted through hearing the Word of God and passed on to heaven last year. We thank God for the possibilities of preaching the gospel to many in this way.