PCA people, churches, agencies, and committees minister in a variety of settings and circumstances. Here, you’ll find a handful of upcoming opportunities to learn, grow, and get involved in our denomination’s work, all for the sake of Christ’s kingdom.
Covenant Theological Seminary
On Feb. 21, Covenant Theological Seminary will hold the 2020 Austin Harrington Counseling Lectures, featuring author, therapist, and minister Jay Stringer. The lectures are part of Covenant’s 2019–2020 Professional Counseling Training Series. This year’s theme is “Family Stories and Your Work with Clients,” and focuses on applying biblical truth to families.
Committee on Discipleship Ministries
PCA Discipleship Ministries (CDM) has added a children’s ministry podcast to its successful Women’s Ministry podcast, enCourage. GROW Children’s Ministry with Purpose launched in spring 2019 and connects listeners with CDM’s Children’s Ministry Team and other leaders. The podcast also offers resources to listeners to strengthen their ministry to children.
Reformed Theological Seminary (RTS)
The Paideia Center for Theological Discipleship is pleased to announce the speakers for its annual conference Jan. 9-10, 2020. Sinclair Ferguson, Scott Redd, and Mike Allen will present at the conference’s plenary sessions. Registration is open, and early registrants will be able to register at a discounted rate.
Ridge Haven Cono is open and accepting summer campers and retreat groups. The Walker, Iowa, property is about 30 minutes from Cedar Rapids and 2 ½ hours from Des Moines. The camp is open for junior high and senior high campers. For more information, visit ridgehaven.org/cono-camps.
Westminster Theological Seminary
Westminster Theological Seminary California’s Annual Conference will take place Jan. 17-18, 2020. This conference, titled “In Adam, In Christ,” will feature six faculty members exploring the theme of God’s love and provision ultimately found in the Last Adam. Register at wscal.edu/news-and-events/annual-conference.