PCA people, churches, agencies, and committees minister in a variety of settings and circumstances. Here, you’ll find a handful of upcoming opportunities to learn, grow, and get involved in our denomination’s work, all for the sake of Christ’s kingdom.

Covenant Theological Seminary
On Feb. 8, 2017, Covenant Theological Seminary will host the Harrington Counseling Lectures, featuring Dr. Diane Langberg. Langberg is a clinical psychologist with more than 40 years of experience working with trauma survivors and clergy. Langberg will discuss how believers can be shaped by the Word made flesh and model His likeness to the watching world.

Mission to North America
Mission to North America church-planter training Feb. 14-17, 2017, in Orlando. The conference will include three tracks of church-planting training: Church-Planter Basic Training Parts 1 & 2 and Church-Planting Leader Training. All tracks include church-planter spouse/couples training with Parakaleo. Contact Ann Powers for more information at apowers@pcanet.org.

Committee on Discipleship Ministries
CDM will host a Connect Parenting Conference on Jan. 27-28, 2017, at Christ Presbyterian Church in Olive Branch, Mississippi. This event will encourage and equip parents in the task of reaching the next generation with the Gospel. Stephen Estock and Sue Jakes will be the keynote speakers, and several seminars will be offered. For more information visit pcacdm.org.

Committee on Discipleship Ministries
The Committee on Discipleship Ministries will host its annual Women’s Ministry Leadership Training in Atlanta on Feb. 23-25, 2017. The theme is “The Enduring Community: Embracing the Priority of the Church.” Brian Habig, pastor of Downtown Presbyterian Church in Greenville, will be the keynote speaker. Visit pcacdm.org/lt-2017.

Covenant Theological Seminary
Covenant Theological Seminary has partnered with Christian Heritage Summer School of Theology and Culture to commemorate the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation with a weeklong course at Westminster College, Cambridge, U.K. The course will include a tour. Visit covenantseminary.edu for more details.

Mission to North America
MNA has named Ashley Belknap as MNA Special Needs Ministries director. Kristen Harnly has also joined the team as the associate director of Congregational Care. Former director Stephanie Hubach is staying on with MNA Special Needs Ministries as a consultant to mentor the new team. Learn more at equalconcern.org.

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