by Staff

After lively debate at its Thursday afternoon session, the 44th General Assembly of the PCA adopted a proposal from its Administrative Committee (AC) to establish a study committee on the issue of women serving in the ministry of the church. …

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by Larry Hoop

Potomac Presbytery took a unique approach by adopting a collaborative strategy in formulating its proposal.

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by Staff

The General Assembly has approved Overture 45 from Potomac Presbytery by a vote of 814-87 with 15 abstentions. The overture authorizes the moderator to create a “Racial and Ethnic Reconciliation study committee, comprised of multiple ethnicities with ruling elder participation.”

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by Staff

The 44th General Assembly has overwhelmingly approved the amended version of Overture 43 from Potomac Presbytery, called “Pursuing Racial Reconciliation and the Advance of the Gospel.” After the vote, the assembly stopped to pray and sing together.

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by Staff

The General Assembly voted on the following overtures on Thursday afternoon and evening: Overture 3, referred back to Chesapeake Presbytery without prejudice. Overture 5, answered in the negative. Overture 7, referred back to the Administrative Committee. Overtures 21 and 22, affirmed. …

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