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MNA Church Planter Training Offers Something for Everyone

The three training tracks at the February gathering can help church planters who are just getting started, planters who have some experience, and leaders in church planting networks, presbytery committees, or church planting pastors.

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PCA Unity Fund: Equipping Minority Leaders in the PCA

The Unity Fund is intended to raise up leaders from diverse ethnic backgrounds by providing grants to educate, train, mentor, and develop minority leadership within the PCA.

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Carolina Mountain Mission: Showing Kids Their Need for a Savior

“Generation Z and millennials have been given much. Until they’re put in a situation where they really need God to show up, they don’t really know their need for a Savior.”

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Church Renewal: The PCA’s Need of the Hour

Though no plans have been formalized, Hahn anticipates that MNA’s renewal strategy will involve identifying, training, and mentoring key leaders, working through pre-existing church renewal ministries, and perhaps even creating new, yet-to-be-determined renewal structures. 

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Church Renewal As a Way of Life

According to MNA Coordinator Paul Hahn, church renewal is our denomination’s “need of the hour.” By any quantitative standard, Hahn says — baptisms, conversions, giving, new members — about a third of PCA churches are in need of renewal.

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