Showing posts from November, 2012

A Christmas Resource!

If you’re looking for a way to make the Christmas story come to life in the lives of the people of your church, consider this:   This Christmas, present the Gospel, and the story of the incarnation in a fresh way—via drama, from the perspective of Joseph!  For information on how to obtain a free copy of the original script, or a free DVD of the 40-minute play, “Christmas Mystery—a man and more...” as performed in 2011, please visit, and click on “Drama.”  See for poetry, drama, and more from a Christian perspective.

FGA President's Letter - November 1st

Dear FGA The arrival of November brings us to the season of Thanksgiving. We at FGA have much to be thankful for. First and foremost, I am so thankful and grateful to the Lord for allowing the FGA conference in Dallas last month to be such an exciting time of encouragement, education and equipping. Special thanks are due to Dr. Roger Fankhauser and Dr. Charlie Bing for their leadership in overseeing the conference. Also, a special “ thank you ” goes to Angie Snell. She is the one behind the scenes that makes it all really happen! Our speakers did a fine job clarifying the distinction of justification and sanctification and the role of discipleship. Special guest, Dr. Mark Bailey, President of Dallas Seminary, delivered a wonderful plenary session and his banquet presentation was an expression of excellent biblical exposition. Dr. Roy Zuck was presented the 2012 Trophy of Grace Award in recognition of half a century of excellent theological leadership, and his clear stand for