Welcome to the Fellowship of God’s Covenant People website.  We are a local church in northern Kentucky professing the Christian Israel truth since 1987.  Our founder is Pastor Don Elmore who has dedicated his life and energies to the Gospel of the Kingdom.  Our non-denominational ministry of Covenant believers is a worldwide mission to proclaim two basic premises.  The first is to teach who the true Israelites are in the world today and secondly to expose those who falsely lay claim to the title of Israel.  Thus, with knowledge and understanding of biblical identities, we can bring a Light unto the world, following both Old and New Testaments, to abide and be in agreement with the commandments of Jesus Christ, “To go not into the way of the heathen… but go rather to the lost sheep of the house of Israel” (Mt. 10:5-6).  Please click on the ‘About’ tab above to learn more about the unique history of the FGCP.  It is our prayer that as you peruse our website, featuring weekly sermons and monthly articles from the New Covenant Messenger newsletter, that you will be encouraged and blessed to seek the truth of God.  We hope you find our website both interesting and challenging enough so that your hunger for the Word will enhance your spiritual growth and gain a greater relationship with that Great Shepherd of the sheep.  Thank you for your visit and as we say in Kentucky, ‘ya’ll come back.’  

FGCP's “Stand in the gap” against:

  1. Non-White immigration – racial equality; Exodus 23:33
  2. Non-Christian religions – other gods; Exodus 20:3
  3. Miscegenation – social race mixing; Exodus 20:14
  4. Homosexuality – abominations; Leviticus 20:13
  5. Freemasons – secret societies; II Corinthians 6:14
  6. Jews – antichrist deception; John 8:44
  7. Feminism – subversion of gender roles; I Cor. 11:3
  8. Mainstream media – distortion of news; Matthew 23:14
  9. GMO agribusiness – toxic food; Leviticus 19:19
  10. Abortion – murder: II Kings 23:10

Dissident Racism Part 3: Of the Stars and Bars

by Pastor Mark Downey

July 19, 2015

Scripture Reading: John 16:12-15

In a world where nothing seems to matter anymore, especially the truth, why is the recent soundbyte 'Black Lives Matter' going viral?  Why is it taking such an extreme racist position while bemoaning racism?  The truth of the matter would seem to imply that 'black low lifes matter' or conversely 'White Lives Don't Matter.”  To the world of pornographic infomercials, 'size matters' and the public air waves controlled by the “prince of the power of the air” jews, inundate living rooms with little children hearing a steady mantra of “Viagra” and “Cialis.”  If race is such a tender ultra-sensitive issue demanding meaningless words like 'respect' and 'dignity,' then you would think that the cultural assaults on Christianity perpetrated by the same tribe of professional race-baiters would not rub the nose of decent White Christian Americans in their smut.  It's not a two way street.  Is it that hard to figure out, that an enemy of the White race has a completely different criteria for what really matters most? 

The Key to Happiness

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From the Sermon Notes of Pastor Don Elmore

July 19, 2015

Scripture Reading: Deuteronomy 20:16-18

I will have to postpone again the continuation of my series on the jewish influences on America in the past century.  There are so many things that are happening right now in the world, that it is very difficult to study for the purpose of explaining what is coming to pass.  We are living in an occult/Satanic/illuminati/jewish world right now that is trying to win everyone over to their way of thinking.  They want us to worship their gods!

From today's scripture, Deuteronomy 20:16-18, one can see that not all peoples are equal.  Was our God in favor of integration or did He command His being to segregate? 

God certainly doesn’t love the Hittites (wasn’t that Esau who married two Hittite women?), the Amorites, the Canaanites, the Perizzites, the Hivites and the Jebusites.  He instructed His people to kill every one of these people so that His people would not follow after their abominations and worship their gods!

God is telling us that there are people in this world that have different gods.  We, the covenant people are not to follow after them.  We have a different God than they do.  That is why God instructs us to live separately from these other peoples. 

In today’s world we have the exact opposite.  Instead of each race living in their own continent; which they did for centuries, they now are arriving in the Israel nations, which are called the “melting pot” nations of the world.  And after a while living here, the “civil rights” (jewish/Communist rights) of these same people has caused much more problems. 

Dissident Racism Part 2: Above the Fruited Plain

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by Pastor Mark Downey

July 12, 2015

Scripture Reading:  Ezekiel 22:29-31

America was once a beautiful nation; spacious blue skies, majestic mountains above the fertile valleys of apple and cherry orchards and as far as one could see, amber waves of wheat fields.  The skies are still expansive, but disfigured with the scratch marks of chemtrails, dropping the sorceries of barium salts, aluminum oxide and mercury to a former aesthetic earth.  The once pristine mountains are barren of great glaciers and year round snow packs.  Just last week (7-7-15), an ice cave in Washington state collapsed killing a hiker.  The fruited plains are sprayed with pesticides and organic is now being considered unpatriotic.  The parable of the wheat field is not lost in my reminiscing; “the Bread of Life” is Jesus Christ, the great “I am” (Exodus 3:14; John 6:35).  Man, the White man, cannot live on literal bread alone, “but by every word that proceeds out of the mouth of God” (Mt. 4:4); and it may be the Bad News of the gospels for churchianity when they hear the Christian Identity message.  The grains of wheat are Israelites, but I know the blasphemy of those who say they are wheat and are nothing of the kind, but are the synagogue of Christ killers.  “The field is the world, the good seed are the children of the kingdom, but the tares [weeds] are the children of wickedness” Mt. 13:38.  The enemy of the White race has sown multiculturalism in the nations of true Israel.  The “harvest” of these unwanted elements, understood in their proper context, would be considered “racist” by these same enemies mixing good seed with bad seed in the field.  The fruits of the Holy Spirit have been traded in for forbidden fruits, evil fruit that is corrupt and spoiled, having zero nutritional/spiritual value.  Sodomites were once referred to as “fruits” and from the recent Supreme Court decision, placed same-sex marriage above thousands of years of God's Law, thus giving “above the fruited plain” a new and perverse meaning; sin is now protected by judicial fiat. 

Dangerous Times

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Copied from the sermon notes of Pastor Don Elmore

July 5, 2015

Scripture Reading:  2 Timothy 3:1-5

Today's reading, what a great description for today’s world!  I am interrupting my series on “The Thorns in Your Sides” because there is so much occurring in today’s world that is evil that I thought that I needed to bring a sermon on what is happening.  Every new invention has a good and evil aspect to it.  We are fast approaching the time where there would be “much learning” but it doesn’t produce the scholars that would reveal the truth of the Bible.

There are a multitude of verses which tell us of God’s love for a certain people that has been forgotten or relegated to the Old Testament, which, they say, is about another people.  Let’s look at just one such scripture:

Deuteronomy 10:14-15: “Behold, the heaven and the heaven of heavens belong to the LORD thy God, the earth also, with all that therein is. Only the LORD had a delight in thy fathers to love them, and he chose their seed after them, even you above all people, as it is this day.”

These two verses were spoken to the Israel people; not the Jews or Canaanites, for they are not the same people.  The Jews were not there to hear this when it was spoken by Moses.  God told them (the Israelites) that He delighted in their fathers (Abraham, Isaac and Jacob/Israel) to love them, and that he chose (or elected) their seed after them which is you, which are above all people.

Dissident Racism Part 1: In a Crowded Theater

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by Pastor Mark Downey

June 27, 2015

Scripture Reading:  I Cor. 2:12-13

Fire! fire!! fire!!!  I thought I would start out on a sarcastic note.  Do you know where your right to free speech or free expression comes from?  Can you imagine living in a society where your every thought and spoken word must be checked and filtered before it comes out of your mouth and somebody hears what's on your mind?  Somebody might respond by saying, “In America you can say anything you want, except you can't shout fire in a crowded theater.”  Or perhaps even in a church that isn't crowded.  This was never the intent of our founding fathers and was affected by Oliver Wendell Holmes in a 1919 decision to uphold the sentencing of a prominent socialist for the crime of distributing anti-draft pamphlets against WWI; the defendant was a yiddish speaking jew (Charles T. Shenck).  However, Holmes actually said “falsely shouting fire,” which emphasized that speech which is false and dangerous is not protected, in contradistinction to speech which was truthful and dangerous.  The word “falsely” was dropped and the meme, in essence, the "shouting fire in a crowded theater" ruling, severely mitigated the scope of the 1st amendment right to free speech. The "shouting" was having a dissenting opinion, and the "crowded theater" was America.  Holmes began to doubt his earlier decision and had a change of heart in the Abrams v. United States case, the defendant, Jacob Abrams, was a jewish anarchist, who was deported for opposing any American intervention in the Bolshevik Revolution.  If this wasn't Marxist dialectics, then these two jews must have been comedians and the joke is on free speech or the progressive limitations on future White Christian rhetoric, in terms of Orwellian newspeak, which would be punishable by law.  What sayeth Scripture?

Unity and Divisions

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William Finck of Christogenea.org spoke at the Fellowship of God's Covenant People this Sunday June 21st.

This presentation is really a compendium of things I have done presented over the past several years. If one has read or heard my commentaries on the minor prophets, and the recently completed Romans exegesis, all of these things will be familiar, while I hope to have added a new perspective or two. This is because the grounds for Christian communion do not change, and the lines where Christian unity and divisions are drawn should indeed be very clear. Yet I find many Identity Christians who do not understand them, so I continually reiterate these same messages, and in as many ways as I can.

Christians are raised wondering whether they will be accepted by God at the end of their lives. With this, perpetual doubt is sown which causes men to turn away from the interests of their community and their race, in favor of their own interests whereby they pursue the materialistic desires of the flesh. When they face difficult times they feel abandoned by God, and because they have doubt it is just as easy for them to abandon God. By abandoning God, they are of no use to their communities and instead they work against the interest of their kinsmen because they seek to fulfill their own material needs at the expense of the needs of the community.

Thorns in Your Sides Part 3

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From the Sermon notes of Pastor Don Elmore

 June 14, 2015

Scripture Reading: Joshua 23:11-13

I never got to study World War II in high school as we always ran out of time.  We had spent so much time on all the explorers at the beginning of the semester, that there was no time left to study the most recent wars.  I think that was a big mistake.

I was born approximately one year after Japan attacked the United States Navy in Pearl Harbor.  Japan and Germany were fighting on the same side.  They had made an agreement that if anyone declared war on the other, they had declared war against them.  This was against God’s law and a huge miscue for Germany.

So, that is how I learned of how we (the United States) got in the war to fight Germany.  But I always had two perplexing questions:

Guest Speaker and Podcast

Announcement

We are pleased to announce that Christian Identity Greek scholar and author, William Finck, will be our guest speaker at the Fellowship of God's Covenant People on Sunday, June 21st in Florence, Kentucky.  After more than a decade of meticulous study, Bill has translated a Christian Identity New Testament Bible and written a commentary of the book of Revelation, 'ChristReich'.  Bill's website is Christogenea.org and is a wealth of information!  Come join us for worship service, starting at 11:00AM, and edifying fellowship. 

Also, please be sure to listen to ''Christogenea Saturdays' online radio program at 8:00PM (Eastern Time) on June 20th,  where Pastor Mark Downey will be joining Bill Finck in a discussion on the misbegotten mantra of "White Genocide." 

For further details, contact us at info@fgcp.org or pastor@fuse.net.

Acquired Identity Syndrome Part 2

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Sermon notes of Pastor Mark Downey

June 7, 2015

Scripture Reading:  Daniel 6:16-24

'Promise' is an important word in the Bible; it either confirms everything or destroys confidence in one's faith if broken.  If you don't believe in God's racial promises as they only pertain to the White race (Romans 9:4), then your faith is without hope.  God has never broken His promises.  As a quick review of Part 1, we learned that the martyrs of Christ would be given thrones and that they would administer judgment in the Kingdom.  The great confusion generated by this premise is that the jew has tricked our people into taking the Kingdom by force in this day and age, before Christ has returned to sit on His throne on earth as it is in Heaven.  The only promise you can take to the bank is the one that will never lose its value, the promises of God.  The heroes of faith in Hebrews 11 “conquered kingdoms, administered justice, obtained promises, shut the mouths of lions” verse 33.  As we begin to see the manifestation of God's will for His Creation, let us understand what is meant by biblical types or shadows and antitypes. 

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