Pastor, teacher, and presently Biblical instructor at the Discipleship Academy in Youngstown, Ohio, Bill Finnigan has been engaged in active ministry for over Fifty years.
A native of Newark, New Jersey, Bill received a call to ministry while in college. The ensuing years were spent in intensive study to learn and sharpen ministry skills. Attending several universities, he holds a number of degrees, including the Doctor of Ministry. For over twenty seven years, Bill has held pulpits in Pennsylvania and New Jersey, reaching people with God’s life-changing Word. His outreach has also included radio, prison, and Bible conference ministries.
More recently his time has been devoted to writing, preaching, and the on-going Biblical instruction at the rescue mission in Youngstown. Along with his wife, Chris, he continues to be busily engaged in the Lord’s work, considering himself “refired,” rather than retired.
September 9, 2019
“In the last days perilous day will come…” (2Tim.3:1f) This is the day when the anti-Christ spirit is rapidly gaining momentum and the mens’ hearts are failing. Almost 1800 ministers are leaving their post each month! That’s epidemic. While spiritism, lawlessness and rebellion thrive, The Word of God is being ignored and played down by those who supposedly proclaim it. Nothing short of a Divine awakening cam stem the tide. The world is sliding into Hell, and the Church is not far behind. This is tragic!
“It’s time for Thee, O, Lord, to work, for we have made void Thy Law (Word).” But the grace of God continues to motivate and enable the true saints to “deny ungodliness and worldly lusts; to live soberly and godly in this present world; looking for the blessed Hope and glorious appearing of our great God and Savior Jesus Christ…” (Tit. 2:11f)
Let’s keep our “light shine before men so that they may see our good works, and glorify our God in Heaven.” It’s too soon the quit! Let’s be “steadfast, unmovable, always abounding in the work of the Lord; forasmuch as we know that our labor is not in vain in the Lord” (1Cor.15:58)
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To God be the Glory,