[The following address was given by Rev. Warren Gardner on April 23, 2016 at the Lawrenceville Planned Parenthood Pro-life Rally in Lawrenceville, Georgia. Of the 75 people in attendance, approximately 15 were abortion workers as shown in the images below.]
Reverend Warren Gardner at Planned Parenthood Rally April 2016
“I am delighted to be here today to speak on behalf of the “unwanted unborn”. The atrocious murder of the unborn will not end merely because we are here today. Change will not take place unless God enables us to persuade our neighbors that this practice of abortion is evil. As a Christian and a minister of the Gospel, there are three messages from God that I would like to deliver to you.
The first message from God is from Psalm 125:3: “For the scepter of wickedness shall not rest on the land allotted to the righteous, lest the righteous reach out their hands to iniquity.”
The Free Church of Scotland (Continuing) regularly publishes a denominational magazine entitled the Witness.
The Witness Magazine published by the Free Church of Scotland (Continuing)
In June of every year, a special evangelistic issue of the Witness is produced.
There is a double issue for July/August which includes a report on the most recent General Assembly, which is held in May of each year.
Subscription information can be obtained by contacting the Witness magazine.
American Congregations of the Free Church of Scotland (Continuing)
The individual American congregations within the Free Church of Scotland (Continuing) labor to promote the sound doctrine, biblical patterns of worship and spiritual principles of the church of the Reformation within our own land, and to develop church structures here which are committed to these truths by constitutional pledges. American congregations of the Free Church of Scotland (Continuing) are located in Snellville, GA; Greenville, SC; St. Louis, MO; and Mebane, NC.
“Thus saith the Lord, stand ye in the ways, and see, and ask for the old paths, where is the good way, and walk therein; and ye shall find rest for your souls.” Jeremiah 6:16
From Matthew Henry’s Complete Commentary on the Bible regarding Jeremiah 6:16:
III. They are put in mind of the good counsel which had been often given them, but in vain. They had a great deal said to them to little purpose,
(1.) By way of advice concerning their duty, Jeremiah 6:16. God had been used to say to them, Stand in the ways and see. That is, (1.) He would have them to consider, not to proceed rashly, but to do as travelers in the road, who are in care to find the right way which will bring them to their journey’s end, and therefore pause and inquire for it. If they have any reason to think that they have missed their way, they are not easy till they have obtained satisfaction. O that men would be thus wise for their souls, and would ponder the path of their feet, as those that believe lawful and unlawful are of no less consequence to us than the right way and the wrong are to a traveler! Continue reading
Houston “Phil” Phelps
September 5, 1932 — January 28, 2014
The funeral service for Houston “Phil” Phelps was held at the Mayes Ward-Dobbins Funeral Home in Marietta, Georgia on February 1, 2014. The following message was delivered by Rev. Warren Gardner.
The Witness of God’s Word Regarding Death and God’s Promise of Eternal Life
Let us seek God’s presence through prayer:
“O Lord God, we petition you to make your presence known among us.
You have identified yourself to us in so many ways: as the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob, the Lord God Almighty, The Lord who Provides, the Father of our Lord Jesus Christ and among many others — the God of All Comfort. What comfort to know that there is life after death! What a kindness that the Lord Jesus has gone to prepare a place for those who put their trust in Him! What love that this is all made possible by the Lord Jesus’ sacrifice of Himself for our sin and His continual prayers in Heaven on behalf of those who trust in Him! Continue reading
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HISTORY IN THE MAKING: ATLANTA PASTOR BECOMES FIRST AMERICAN MODERATOR OF A SCOTTISH PRESBYTERIAN GENERAL ASSEMBLY
Rev. Warren Ewing Gardner of Reformation Presbyterian Church in Atlanta Appointed Moderator of the 2013 General Assembly of the Free Church of Scotland (Continuing)
ATLANTA – January 7, 2014 – In an action unprecedented in the history of Continental Scottish Presbyterianism, an American – Rev. Warren Ewing Gardner, minister of Reformation Presbyterian Church in Atlanta, Georgia – was appointed as Moderator of the 2013 General Assembly of the Free Church of Scotland (Continuing).
The General Assembly convened in Edinburgh, Scotland from May 20 through May 24, 2013. Rev. Gardner delivered the Moderator’s Address at the General Assembly on Tuesday, May 21, 2013, entitled, “The Challenge of Living in the Environs of Sodom” based on the Scripture text, Ezekiel 16:46-59. Continue reading
The Moderator’s Address was delivered to the 2013 General Assembly of the Free Church of Scotland (Continuing) on Tuesday, 21 May 2013. It is based on the Scripture text Ezekiel 16:46-59.
It is an honourable custom that this Assembly should commence with an address. With the Lord’s help I will speak to some of the trials that the church faces in these days. It is amazing how similar our present circumstance is to the challenges faced by righteous Lot in Sodom. Christ’s Kingdom is not of this world. In every generation the church of the Lord Jesus Christ is comprised of a faithful remnant and also of multitudes who have contempt for faithful doctrine and who conduct their lives in a shameful manner. When we consider the breadth of the whole church in our day, we observe great diversity. A few are like Elijah in the wilderness, thinking we alone are left. Then there are those of the ilk of the ‘seven thousand who have not bent their knee to Baal’ who still live faithfully in the midst of a corrupt society. And sadly there are the professors of faith who are hardly distinguishable from the world – confessing Christ but by word and deed denying Him. No, our situation is not new! I would now draw our attention to the words of the prophet Ezekiel as the Lord our God reproves His church for excesses that dwarf the sins of Sodom and Samaria. I would submit to you that in Ezekiel 16 the Lord clarifies the sins of Sodom and highlights the challenges that we face in our own day. Continue reading
A clergyman once paid a visit to a deaf and dumb asylum in London, for the express purpose of examining the children in the knowledge they possessed of divine truth. A little boy, on this occasion, was asked in writing: “Who made the world?” He took up the chalk, and wrote underneath the question: “In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth.” Continue reading
Reformation Presbyterian Church is a local congregation of the Free Church of Scotland (Continuing). The worship services of Reformation Presbyterian Church are held at 11:00 a.m. and 1:45 p.m. on the Lord’s Day (Sunday) at 925 Dogwood Road, Snellville, Georgia 30078.
Following the morning service, there is a meal at the church, with the families of the church bringing food to share. Visitors are invited to be our guest at this meal. Following the afternoon worship service, a brief fellowship time, a Westminster Shorter Catechism class, and a congregational prayer meeting are held. Continue reading