“Therefore the redeemed of the LORD shall return, and come with singing unto Zion; and everlasting joy shall be upon their head:
they shall obtain gladness and joy; and sorrow and mourning shall flee away” (Isaiah 51:11).

Rick Tyler surrendered his life to the Lord and became a Christian on July 4th, 1979. Since that time he has ministered within the body of Christ in a variety of ways. He founded and for many years served as a circuit riding pastor to several small congregations of the Church of the Remnant. He has also done extensive international patriotic Christian radio broadcasting as the producer and host of "The Voice of Liberty" broadcast. During his years of Christian leadership and activism Rick has traveled extensively proclaiming the truth of scripture, and has published writings about a wide variety of important subjects. Rick is the father of eight children and is currently active in the leadership of The Reformed Church of Israel. He and his family currently live in East Texas, and they can be contacted by email.
Jerry Gentry is a father, grandfather, and publisher of 25 years. He was "churched but unsaved, religious but lost" for 53 years, until he surrendered his life to Jesus Christ in January, 1997. Since that time, he has written widely on Christian living and doctrinal studies, with particular interest in the Reformation and it's impact on the restoration of Biblical worship. He is currently working to revive the ancient Israelite hymnbook, called the Songs of Zion, also called the Psalms of David, used widely throughout the early church, restored during the Reformation, and displaced after 1750 by the hymns of Isaac Watts and other “supercessionist” hymn writers. Mr. Gentry lives in the piney woods of rural East Texas where he owns a small farm and has publishing interests. He is also involved in the leadership of The Reformed Church of Israel. Visit his website at www.wildernesschurch.com and contact him by email.

“The night is far spent, the day is at hand: let us therefore cast off the works of darkness,
and let us put on the armour of light” (Romans 13:12).

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