Elder Bruce Ferg traveled widely as the son of a career Air Force officer, but always considered Arizona to be “home,” where his mother was raised in a Lutheran missionary home and where the family returned after his father retired from the Air Force. After receiving undergraduate and law degrees from the University of Arizona, he served for four years as a captain in the Army Judge Advocate General’s Corps. While he and his wife Debbie were stationed in Alabama, they became persuaded of Reformed theology and Presbyterian church government, and he was ordained as a deacon in a Southern Presbyterian congregation. After separating from the Army in 1978, he and his family returned to Tucson, Arizona, where he became an Assistant Arizona Attorney General. Retiring from his state position after 25 years, he became an Assistant United States Attorney and served in that capacity for over 13 years before retiring from the practice of law in 2016. He was ordained as a ruling elder in a newly-formed congregation of the Presbyterian Church in America soon after his return to Tucson in 1978 and served it for more than 20 years, including participation in several PCA General Assembly committees. He and Debbie then became involved with an Orthodox Presbyterian Church mission work for several years and was elected as a ruling elder when Covenant OPC was organized in 2013. They moved to Pinetop, in the White Mountains of Arizona, in 2017, where they participated in the mission congregation in Concho, and he was once again elected as a ruling elder when Concho Valley OPC was organized in December 2018. Bruce and Debbie have been blessed with one daughter and three sons, who all walk in the faith and have believing spouses, and eight energetic grandchildren.