by Staff

Providence Presbytery has sent an overture to the 44th General Assembly, seeking to amend BCO 35-1. The amendment would require church officers to testify in cases against them when the accusations concern their doctrinal views. The proposal is nearly identical to one narrowly defeated by the last General Assembly.

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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 Diversity Dance
by Megan Fowler

“It seemed like the best way to minister to the Spanish speakers would be to provide as much in Spanish to them as possible, which means a whole worship service.”

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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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Encourage and Equip
by Megan Fowler

In order for women who serve their churches in this vital role to connect with each other for support and training, CDM offers an annual Director of Women’s Ministry Conference for full-time and part-time staffers at PCA churches. The conference’s purpose is to encourage and equip these women for their jobs.

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