Author Archives: Rev Brian McClung
Covenant Subscription Appeal
At the commencement of the work of Christian Education, over 30 years ago, an appeal was made to the wider denomination for covenant support for the newly opened schools. Many did indeed respond and a large covenant support base was established. Over the … Continue reading
Sermon – Importance of Christian Education
A Threefold Cord – The Importance of Christian Education This sermon was preached by Rev Brian McClung, Education Board Convenor, on Lord’s day morning 15th April in Ballymoney FPC at the request of the Church session.
Our Children Winter 2011/12
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Unsuitable State Education In reading through the Core Syllabus for Religious Education available on the Department of Education [DENI] website there are two areas that should concern every born again believer and especially every Free Presbyterian. One has been the … Continue reading
Integrated Education – An unscriptural choice!
Much comment has been made in many circles, in recent days, on the subject of Integrated Education. There is presently a growing lobby who desire this form of education and are becoming ever more public and vocal in their demands … Continue reading
Are We Out of Step?
It is a sad observation but many Christian parents have abdicated their God-given responsibility to educate their offspring in accordance with Biblical principles. When Scripture is ignored, mankind grasps at poor substitutes – which are doomed to fail and for … Continue reading
Science Teacher needed
Mourne Independent Christian School require a science teacher. Anything knowing the call of God to this work please contact the School Administrator Mr George McConnell Tel 028 4176 2706 or the School Principal Mrs Hazel Campbell Tel 028 41762645
Is there not a cause? – The necessity of Christian Education
The substance of an address given at a special School meeting in Kilkeel Free Presbyterian Church on Tuesday 19th April 2011 Rom 16 v 19 For your obedience is come abroad unto all men. I am glad therefore on your … Continue reading
Joint School Choir singing at 60th anniversary regional rally
Some photographs of the joint schools choir [Bangor & Newtownabbey] which took part in the 60th anniversary regional rally last night in Martyrs Memorial FPC Practicing in the Paisley Jubilee Church before the service Singing in the service
Meeting with Charity Commission for N.I.
Six members of the Presbytery Education Board met with two representatives of the new Charity Commission on Thursday 26th November 2009. The new Charity Act 2008, which will shortly come into law, will bring a number of major changes for … Continue reading → Continue reading