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Missouri Presbytery Submits Overture 4 on Racial Reconciliation

The overture demonstrates that the PCA takes seriously its past and current sins, and it is always healthy for the denomination to confess. By confessing specific sins of racism, the PCA creates a more welcoming environment for all minorities.

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The Confession of Corporate Sins

In today’s Western church, some believe we’ve lost our sense of corporate responsibility. This isn’t a new struggle; asking “Am I my brother’s keeper?” is a familiar question to God’s people.

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A Denomination Hungry for Reconciliation

The story of racial injustice in our country’s past continues to shape our present. I think our elders feel and know this to be the case as well for our denomination.

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