Westminster Conference Lectures, Presbyterian Free Church of Livonia, Michigan (April 25-27, 2007)
The Westminster Conference is an annual event sponsored by the North American Congregations of the Free Church of Scotland. The purpose of the conference is spiritual enrichment, Christian fellowship and all to the glory of God.
Critique of N. T. Wright's New Perspectives on Paul, Iver Martin (MP3 format)
Iver Martin is a pastor of the Free Church of Scotland. Rev. Martin was reared in Paisley (near Glasgow). He studied electronic engineering at Robert Gordon’s Institute of Technology, Aberdeen. He spent twelve years in the European microelectronics industry as a semiconductor process engineer and equipment consultant before applying for the Free Church ministry in 1992. After a brief period in Stornoway as assistant minister, he was called to Bon Accord Free Church where he ministered six years. In 2003, Rev. Martin moved back to Stornoway. He and his wife Mairi, (born on Lewis) have six children.
Westminster Conference Lectures, Evangelical Presbyterian Church, Toronto, Ontario (April 22-24, 2009)
The Westminster Conference is an annual event sponsored by the North American Congregations of the Free Church of Scotland. The purpose of the conference is spiritual enrichment and Christian fellowship, to the glory of God.
Rebuilding the Church in the 21st Century: Lessons from Haggai, Kenneth Stewart (MP3 format)
Kenneth Stewart comes from the Isle of North Uist in the Western Isles of Scotland. After coming to faith at the age of 18, he studied for the Ministry of the Free Church of Scotland at Glasgow University and then at the Free Church of Scotland College in Edinburgh. After graduating, he served in the Scalpay and Stornoway congregations—both Free Church congregations in Scotland—and the Evangelical Presbyterian Church in Toronto. He became the first Minister of the newly formed Dowanvale Free Church in Partick, Glasgow in 2001. He is now pastor of the Reformed Persbyterian congregation in Glasgow. He is deeply interested in Christian Education and is on the UK Council of the Day One Ministries. Kenneth is married to Anna, from the Isle of Lewis in Scotland, and they have five children.