PCA Voices



by TE Sean Michael Lucas

For 45 years the PCA has stood for the gospel, and in the past decade the denomination has begun thinking seriously about applying the gospel to social issues. In doing so, Lucas is concerned that we might follow the path of progressives in the previous generation and lose the gospel.

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by TE Mike Higgins, Senior Pastor of South City Church

Higgins’ journey to the PCA was marked by a series of friendships with welcoming individuals who affirmed that the denomination would benefit from more minorities like Higgins.

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by Jemar Tisby, President of Reformed African American Network

Jemar Tisby, president of the Reformed African American Network, offers a brief biblical theology of race.

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by TE Randy Pope, Lead Teaching Pastor at Perimeter Church

In the latest installment of PCA Voices, Randy Pope – who has served Perimeter for nearly 40 years – shares some insights into what makes a healthy church.

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by Joe Novenson, Senior Teaching Pastor at Lookout Mountain Presbyterian Church

Joe Novenson readily admits that the model for ministry developed at Lookout Mountain Presbyterian Church did not come about by human wisdom. Through God’s providence, the church leadership discovered a practice that would change the pastors and the church.

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