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A Community of Grace for the Sexually Broken

For the church to welcome sexual sinners, it must be a community of grace where sinful people hear truth in the context of caring relationships, and where they learn that sexual sin isn’t unforgivable.

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GA Approves Racial and Ethnic Reconciliation Study

The study committee will assess the current situation in the denomination regarding racial reconciliation, identify specific problems that need to be addressed, and “develop constructive guidelines and suggest concrete steps for the use of the PCA, including all presbyteries and sessions, in order to make progress toward the work of racial reconciliation.”

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Healing and Humility

For too long only a few pastors have tried dealing with the issue of race, but most white PCA pastors did not join their efforts. Now white brothers are entering the conversation, and many of them are offering their stories of messiness and humility.

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GA Affirms Overtures Committee with One Exception

Approves Minority Report on Overture 43.

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CMC Identifies Five Key Issues

Role of women in the church, homosexuality, rising generation of leaders, making GA more attractive to younger pastors and ruling elders, and diversity.

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