The April 2017 
National Bible Conference

Sponsored by the New England Bible Conference

The Independent Fundamental Bible Conference is scheduled for April 24-27, 2017, hosted by the Middletown Bible Church, Middletown, Connecticut.

The main speakers for this conference will be: 

Bruce Scott


Bruce Scott
a representative of The Friends of Israel Gospel Ministry. He is the author of the book The Feasts of Israel: Seasons of the Messiah, and a contributor to Israel My Glory, a publication which many of you are familiar with. Bruce Scott’s ministry to the Jewish people spans over thirty years.
  Dr. Manfred Kober

Dr. Kober is a native of Germany. Born of Christian parents who perished as a result of World War II, he grew up in the war-torn province of Saxony, where he experienced Communist oppression firsthand. In 1952 he providentially escaped to western Germany, leaving behind his relatives, including a brother and sister. Due to his background, Dr. Kober has a special love for America and a unique perspective on its place in history.

Dr. Kober taught from 1969 until 1999 at the Faith Baptist Bible College in Ankeny, Iowa, chairing the Department of Theology.  He also served for many years as the research assistant for Russ Doughten Films and Mustard Seed International, a worldwide evangelism through Christian films and discipleship training. Dr. Kober has contributed to a number of publications. He travels widely in a Bible conference ministry, speaking on such topics as prophecy, the Bible and archeology, the Christian and his country, contemporary ethical issues and important issues facing fundamentalists.




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