About Chris Terry

My name is Chris Terry.  I desire to exalt God in everything through Christ.  I completed my undergraduate at Practical Bible College (now Davis College) in Johnson City, NY, and I earned a Master of Divinity at Baptist Bible Seminary in Clarks Summit, PA. I serve the Lord Jesus Christ as Associate Pastor of Church Ministries at First Baptist Church of Johnson City, NY. I am passionate about serving Christ by preaching and teaching.

Nothing written or posted on this blog should be construed as being an official or unofficial opinion or position of either my employer or my church home. The views presented on this blog are my personal thoughts and opinions. 

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2 thoughts on “About Chris Terry

  1. We attend the Community Church in Delhi and our Pastor is Derek Johnson. We would like to ask you a question could you please contact us through email or by phone at (607)832-4288. thanks!

    This is regarding Pastor Appreciation so please do not tell Derek or Heather!

  2. Bro. Terry, I’ve appreciated your words in your articles called “The Need for Brokenness” & “The Greatness of Christ-Centeredness”. My big desire is to know the Precious Savior, the Lord Jesus, better and better, and to love Him and serve Him more greatly. I often think of the Scripture found in Is. 57:15 God dosen’t just dwell on a high and holy place but with the contrite and lowly of spirit in order to revive the spirit of the lowly. What an absolute privilege to be a yoke-fellow with the Messiah! (Mt.11:28-30) I’m readimg Watchman Nee’s book”The Normal Christian Life”, where he explains the significance of knowing the old nature has been crucified with Christ and the true believer is dead to sin. Awfully good reading! Enough for now,Bro. Lee.

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