FRBC is Dispensational
Fox River Bible Church is a Dispensational Church
There are many conservative Bible churches in Illinois and many Grace churches in Illinois, but most fall under the trap of Covenant Theology or Replacement Theology. They are guilty of not rightly diving the word of truth. They are guilty of not seeing the difference between the nation of Israel in the Bible and the Church the Body of Christ. Churches who rightly divide the word of truth are sadly rare today. Yet, churches that rightly divide are important.
Fox River Bible Church is a Mid-Acts Dispensational Church
This description is much easier to understand then it sounds. All this means is that FBBC understands that in the middle of the book of Acts, God began to work in and through a brand new apostle, the Apostle Paul. That a new dispensation began with the conversion of Saul of Tarsus and his becoming the Apostle Paul. He wrote to the Corinthians, "For if I do this thing willingly, I have a reward: but if against my will, a dispensation of the gospel is committed unto me." (1 Corinthians 9:17).
Chicago has a history of great Mid-Acts Dispensational Teaching
There have been many influential ministries in the Chicago region that have been helpful teaching mid-acts dispensationalism. Because of ministries such as Richard Jordan and Grace School of the Bible, Berean Bible Society, Grace Gospel Fellowship, Cornelius Stam, J.C. O'Hair and so many others, there is a long history of mid-Acts dispensational churches in Illinois and a rich history of mid-acts dispensational churches in Chicago.