Preparing for Easter from Leviticus – Part II

The King was now alone again, surrounded by a sea of people who longed for his justice to come for the wrongs they had suffered and yet longed for his mercy for the wrongs they themselves had done. But how could justice and mercy meet?

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The Quiet 15 Percent

Since joining the denomination 10 years ago, Sim has been an outspoken leader among the Korean language presbyteries (KLPs). Although this group often falls under the radar, Sim is excited to see increasing connections between the Korean language churches and their English-speaking counterparts.

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Platte Valley Presbytery, comprised of the state of Nebraska and Pottawattamie County, Iowa, is one of the smallest in the PCA. But since its founding in 2007 with seven congregations, it has planted three churches and has another on the way. What are some of the dynamics that have given this small presbytery mission-effectiveness beyond their means?

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There must be a new church for new America – really the “old church”, that of the early New Testament fellowship where there was “neither Gentile nor Jew, slave nor free, male nor female,” but a common community retaining some cultural and social distinctives, yet transcending them in their unified love for and commitment to Jesus Christ as Lord. (Galatians 3:28)

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