by Megan Fowler

Following the 2015 Personal Resolution on Civil Rights Remembrance submitted to the 2015 General Assembly by Ligon Duncan and Sean Lucas, the session of First Presbyterian Church (FPC) in Jackson decided to look into the church’s history to see if there were specific sins that needed to be confessed.

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The Christian-Cultural Complex
by Phil Mobley

Nebuchadnezzar observed both Daniel’s faithful service and his prayers to the one true God. The Romans knew the first Christians by both their refusal to worship idols and their adoption of abandoned babies.

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Singer Laura Story to Speak at at GA Women’s Event
by Megan Fowler

Story is the senior worship leader at Perimeter Presbyterian Church in Atlanta. She wrote the Chris Tomlin hit “Indescribable,” and won Dove, Billboard, and GRAMMY awards for her 2011 album “Blessings” and its title song.

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Like Father, Like Son
by Melissa Morgan Kelley

“Young men who have been lovingly developed by their dads with a biblical view of manhood have a consistently greater sense of identity, confidence, security, wisdom, and maturity. We see it displayed throughout their work and key relationships.”

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The Past, the Trinity, and the Community
by Irwyn Ince

The PCA needs confession and dialogue in order to live out the implications of our theological commitments – to pursue the unity of the Spirit in the bond of peace. Such truth-telling is an outworking of what it means to image our Triune God.

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