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June 16, 2016 (Lehighton) - Introduction to Christian Political Science

June 21, 2016 (Reading) - Introduction to Christian Political Science

Biblical Worldview Lecture Series

The Truth About the Confederate Battle Flag

A timely sermon by our good friend Pastor John Weaver.

Click Here to link to SermonAudio.com!


Happy 800th, Magna Carta!

For our "Third Tuesday" Lecture Series Tuesday,
June 16th

This month is the 800th anniversary of the Magna Carta!

The Magna Carta is foundational for the liberties and freedom brought to the modern world by Christianity.

Join us as Joel Saint presents the ways that God's Hand worked in history through the production of this amazing document.

Dinner from excellent menu  6:00  

Lecture  7:00

Bring a friend! 


Chef Alan's American Bistro  

6th & Penn Avenues, West Reading, PA


Chalcedon Foundation 50th Anniversary Celebration/PA

Back in 1965, Rousas John Rushdoony started the Chalcedon Foundation with the intent to provide solid, biblical teaching that would be applicable throughout all areas of life. This year marks the 50th anniversary of this ministry and there are going to be six regional celebrations around the US.

On June 6, 2015, join us for the Northeast celebration at Washington Crossing Historic Park as we celebrate Chalcedon Foundation’s 50th anniversary. We will gather at the Washington Pavillion for a family style picnic and visit with Chalcedon friends. The park is open from dawn till dusk, so come early or stay late but don’t miss a thing!

Washington Crossing Historic Park is located about 45 minutes from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and is dedicated to the interpretation of the American War for Independence. This will make the day an educational one along with a celebration.


The Mid-Atlantic Reformation Society Presents Dr. Peter Hammond

Founder and Director of Frontline Fellowship

For our "Third Tuesday" Lecture Series Tuesday,

May 19th

Mark your calendar now...don't miss the opportunity to
hear this relevant and exciting presentation by Peter

 From Frontline's Website: "The Founder and Director of Frontline
Fellowship, Dr. Peter Hammond , has personally carried out over 100
missions in the war zones and presented over 12,000 sermons, Bible
studies and lectures in 33 countries. In the course of their missionary
activities some Frontline missionaries have been ambushed, come
under artillery bombardment and mortar fire, been stabbed, shot at,
beaten by mobs, arrested and imprisoned. The Frontline mission base
and high school in Sudan repeatedly came under aerial bombardment
by the government of Sudan Air Force (10 times in 18 months). Over
the years, 20 people involved in Frontline Fellowship outreaches have
been imprisoned in Marxist or Muslim countries. Yet, by the grace of
God, everyone was freed in response to persistent prayer and
pressure (Luke 18:1 - 5)."


Lecture Session 1 6:00 PM

Free Hors D'oeuvres Buffet 7:15 PM

Lecture Session 2 8:00 PM

Questions and Answers 9:15 PM

Wrap-up 9:30

Bring a friend!
Free will offerings will be gladly accepted.
If you wish to have a full dinner prior to the 6:00
lecture we recommend Chef Alan's
Chef Alan's American Bistro
6th & Penn Avenues, West Reading, PA


Also speaking on Thurs. May 21 - 6:00 PM

Salem Bible Fellowship Church
1105 Fredericks Grove Rd,
Lehighton, PA 18235


MARS Welcomes Charl van Wyk

What would you do if you were sitting in church some Sunday morning and a group of thugs entered the church and opened fire using semi-automatic weapons and hand grenades?

On July 25, 1993 just such an event happened in Cape Town, South Africa. This tragic event has become known as the Saint James Church Massacre. Fortunately, one man in the congregation was armed. His name is Charl van Wyk.

Van Wyk returned fire with his .38 Special (not exactly the preferred weapon for such an event) wounding one of the attackers and no doubt saved many lives in the process. This is an excellent example of how one armed citizen can make the difference between life and death!

Find out what happened when van Wyk payed a visit to one of his attackers while in prison!

We are pleased to have Mr. van Wyk present at our April, 21st lecture!

Dinner 6:00, from full menu (great food!) 

Lecture 7:00

Chef Alan's American Bistro  

6th & Penn Avenues, West Reading, PA