The Reformed Bible Conference is an annual event of the First Presbyterian Church (PCA) of Hinckley, MN,
now in its tenth season. The purpose of this conference is to promote the glory of God through Biblical and expository preaching, Reformed reflection, and concerted attention to the person and work of Christ.

It is our desire to uphold the true unity of the church by inviting a variety of guests committed to the historic and confessional Protestant faith to present sermons on the conference theme. It is our conviction that the gospel “is the power of God for the salvation of everyone who believes” (Rom. 1:16), that “faith comes from hearing the message…[which] is heard through the word of Christ” (Rom. 10:17), and that the Bible, as a God-breathed book,
is sufficient to thoroughly equip us “for every good work” (2 Tim. 3:16-17). It is our intent to adorn (Titus 2:10) the gospel of Jesus Christ to the end that warm hearted devotion to the Savior be fostered through God-centered worship and Christ-centered preaching.

“For we do not preach ourselves, but Jesus Christ as Lord, and ourselves as your servants, for Jesus’ sake. For God, who said, ‘Let light shine out of darkness,’ made his light shine in our hearts to give us the light of the knowledge of the glory of God in the face of Christ” (2 Cor. 4:5-6).


2011 Reformed Bible Conference recordings can be found HERE
2012 Reformed Bible Conference recordings can be found HERE
2013 Reformed Bible Conference recordings can be found HERE

2015 Reformed Bible Conference recordings can be found HERE

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March 2, 2014

  Genesis 1:26-28 "In God's Image", Dr. Kevin C. Carr

March 9, 2014

  Genesis 2:25-27 "God's Covenant of  Works", Pastor Logan Almy

March 16, 2014

  John 8:34-36 "My Will Be Done", Pastor Ivan Fiske

March 23, 2014

  Galatians 5:16-21 "The Ugliness of Sin", Pastor Ryan Kron

March 30, 2014

  Ezekiel 36:25-27; John 3:7 "Nature and Necessity of Regeneration",
  Mr. Scott David

April 6, 2014

  Romans 7:1-25 "The Monster Dragged to the Light", Mr. Randy Smith

April 13, 2014

  Philippians 3:21 "The Glory We Long For", Dr. Kevin C. Carr





The eighteenth-century Scottish Presbyterian minister, Thomas Boston (1676-1732), said, “There are four things very necessary to be known by all that would see heaven: 1. What man was in the state of innocence….2. What man is in the state of corrupt nature….3. What he must be in the state of grace….[and] 4. What he will be in his eternal state.” He then added, “These are weighty points, that touch the vitals of practical godliness” (Human Nature in its Fourfold State, 37). Understanding the human condition—past, present, and future— is necessary for a proper understanding of God’s eternal plan of redemption. The Psalmist says, “When I consider the heavens, the work of your fingers, the moon and the stars which you have set in place, what is man that you are mindful him, the son of man that you care for him. You made him a little lower than the heavenly beings and crowned him with glory and honor” (Psa. 8:3-5).

Creation’s Crown is the title of this year’s conference. Our intent is to unfold the story of human nature through its various alterations. First, we will consider it as originally created and subsequently corrupted by the Fall. Then we will feature its renewal by grace and final consummation in glory. The character of each of these states will shape our various presentations. Sermons will address such topics as creation, covenant, free will, original sin, regeneration, struggle against sin, and resurrection.

The Judeo-Christian faith is the only perspective— religious or otherwise—that affords supreme dignity to human beings. They alone, accordingly, are “crowned with glory and honor” over all the works of God’s hands. The Bible presents the story of God’s redeeming love through Jesus whereby fallen sinners are reclaimed and, in due time, restored to their original glory. Join us as we unfold this story of human nature.


 Rev. Logan Almy—Pastor, Grace PCA (formerly Kirk of the Lake PCA), Duluth, MN;
 Graduate, Covenant Theological  Seminary, M. Div.

  Rev. Kevin C. Carr, D. Min., Th. M. — Pastor, First Presbyterian Church (PCA),
  Hinckley, MN; former Missionary to the Navajos, Western Indian Ministries, Inc., Window
  Rock, AZ.; Graduate, Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary, Th. M. in Reformation and
  Post-Reformation Theology (2013).

 Mr. Scott David — Occasional Pulpit Supply, First Presbyterian, Hinckley;
 Homeschooling father of four; Student of the Puritans and Reformed
 Spirituality; Vocation: heating and air-conditioning.

 Rev. Ivan Fiske, D. Min. — Pastor, Quamba Baptist Church (BGC), Quamba, MN;
 Graduate, Bethel Seminary, M. Div. and Covenant Theological Seminary, D. Min. (2009)

 Rev. Ryan Kron — Organizing Pastor, Emmaus Road Reformed Church (RCUS),
 Eden Prairie, MN; Graduate, Westminster Seminary California, M. Div.;   
 Minnesota native.
 Mr. Randy Smith — Occasional Pulpit Supply, First Presbyterian, Hinckley;
 Providence Reformed Baptist, Minneapolis;  
 Homeschooling Father of nine;
 Student of the Puritans and Reformed Spirituality;
 Studied at Northwestern College, St. Paul and
 Bethlehem Institute; Vocation: Production Manager


A freewill offering will be received