Lt Col Richard Steele, USAF (Ret.): “God’s Remnant Behind Enemy Lines”
About the speaker: Richard was saved by our Lord Jesus at a young age. In 2017, after 23 years flying the F-15, he left the Air Force for seminary. He is now pastor of Meadow Creek Presbyterian Church (PCA) in Greeneville, Tennessee. He has been married to Mary Kay for almost 30 years, has 5 believing children, and 6 beautiful grandchildren. He loves theology, history, and Southern cooking.
About the topic: Since the Fall of man, God’s people have lived behind enemy lines. However, Scripture teaches us that God’s support of His people will never fail, and He will always accomplish all that he intends. We can have confidence that God will preserve His remnant until victory is accomplished, even in the most desperate circumstances. “Have I not commanded you, be strong and courageous. Do not be terrified, do not be dismayed, for the Lord your God is with you wherever you are going” (Joshua 1:9).
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