Author Archives: Jon Gleason

About Jon Gleason

Pastor of Free Baptist Church of Glenrothes

Christians and Christmas, Revisited

This blog was pretty much dormant for three years, and during that time quite a backlog of comments got stuck in moderation.  I’ve been working through them all, clearing them through moderation if they don’t violate the commenting rules, and … Continue reading

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“He’s Got The Whole World in His Hands”

I remember singing this cute little song back in my university days.  Perhaps not every verse was filled with theological import, but at least the general idea was right.  But now, there’s an alternative, brought to us by the Prime … Continue reading

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Minimising, Maximising

This thought from a recent sermon on Caleb in Joshua 14, which I referenced again in today’s sermon on Jehoshaphat in II Chronicles 20:12.  Both of these men faced enemies which were powerful and dangerous, and neither played down the … Continue reading

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Entering the Modern Age!

Free Baptist Church now has a Facebook Page (, a Twitter Page (@GlenFreeBaptist), and (Lord-willing) an active-again pastor’s blog. I even use PowerPoint in my sermons now.  Old dogs can learn new tricks!  Anyway, we’ve decided we need to increase … Continue reading

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Drug Abuse and the Christian

This blog has been dormant for a while.  I hope to “wake it up” soon (and I see a backlog of comments that need to go through moderation).  This article is not a “waking up”, really. I wrote the following, … Continue reading

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It’s ALWAYS a Good Time to Teach Your Kids

I wanted to post this a week ago, but it’s been a very busy week for me, so the blog has had to wait. A few weeks ago, I posted A New Name, Written Down in Glory, as our church … Continue reading

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Named Persons and Liam Fee

Those who raise their children in a good, godly, honest way should be able to do so peaceably, without interference from those “that are in authority.” Continue reading

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