Jack Wilson is our founding pastor and a lifelong resident of Western PA.
Jack graduated from Duquesne University with a degree in music education. He studied at Ligonier Valley Study Center with Dr. R.C. Sproul and then went to Pittsburgh Theological Seminary to study with Dr. John H. Gerstner where he received the Master of Arts degree magna cum laude.
Jack and his wife Connie live in Murrysville, PA.
Sun, Oct 09, 2016
Duration: 25 mins 36 secs
Chapter 3 brings us to the call of Samuel. Actually several as God calls and Samuel thinks it is Eli. We learn something of the patience of God, the judgment of God, but also the amazing love and grace he shows his people. The chapter starts with the very dark note of the Word of God being rare and ends with a prophet bringing truth. Perhaps a message for our time also?
Sun, Oct 02, 2016
Duration: 24 mins 39 secs
Difficult not to marvel at God’s good providence as this morning we were preparing the service to remember a dear brother and saint passed into glory and got word of a new covenant child born into our church family. We mourned even while celebrating God’s abundant goodness.
When we get together again in a few days we will see the terrible corruption of the house of Eli and how it does not disrupt the good plans of God. In fact, the wickedness ultimately points us to true righteousness, the very direction we need to look, toward Jesus, as we live our lives and especially as we come to the Lord’s Table together.
Sun, Sep 25, 2016
So we got started in 1 Samuel and my intention had been to cover the complete Hanna story but you know how that goes. So we will revisit Hanna and think a bit more about her prayer, God’s response, and her song of praise. Too good to hurry past!
Sun, Sep 18, 2016
Duration: 37 mins 32 secs
Getting back to work, we are going to spend some time in 1 Samuel. After the times of the Judges Israel is still a mess. The book begins with the mess in one particular family and one particular distressed woman. Then we get to see the Lord moving – in this woman’s life and in the life of Israel. In fact, bringing life where there was none. Sorrow to joy, mourning to dancing!