Resources by Liam Goligher

Dr. Liam Goligher began serving as Senior Minister of Tenth Presbyterian Church in May of 2011. He holds a Doctor of Ministry degree from the Reformed Theological Seminary in Jackson, Mississippi.

Dr. Goligher has served as Senior Minister in Ireland, Canada, London, England, and his native, Scotland.

Liam has contributed to 18 books and authored six, including A Window on Tomorrow (Christian Focus, 1994), The Fellowship of the King (Carlisle, 2003), The Jesus Gospel (Milton Keynes, 2006), Joseph—The Hidden Hand of God (Fearn, 2008), as well studies on Ezekiel (thegoodbook Company) and Elijah (Intervarsity). His Sunday sermons are webcast on the internet and on the radio program No Falling Word.

Liam and his wife Christine have five adult children and 11 grandchildren.

What has really been happening these last few weeks? I believe that we have been engaged in an exercise in corporate sanctification. Why corporate? Because most of the New Testament epistles address the body of Christ, the church, as a whole. In fact, the Lord has been addressing corporate sin in the body of Christ that goes deeper and broader than the headline issue on the table.


What does leadership look like in Christ’s Church? To begin to answer that question we need to remind ourselves that leadership works at different levels:

  • Christ is the king and head of the Church and his laws expressed in Scripture rule his assembly.
  • The apostles provide the divine revelation on which the Church’s order and ordinances are constructed.
  • Elders sitting on Session have delegated authority…

If you’re new to Tenth, you may have wondered about our rather unique way of organizing our corporate life around a series of commissions. There are four principal commissions—Outreach, Mercy, Kingdom Discipleship, and The Trustees. A commission of Session, unlike a committee, can make decisions as if it were Session.

Among the benefits of the commissions is the inclusion of people from the wider church in specific projects…