Staying Tied to Foreign Missions

When a church we respect has discerned a particular calling, our first inclination may be to copy. But that’s not just a shortcut; it may be a short circuit.

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PCA Elder Starts Camp for Foster and Adoptive Families

According to Child Welfare, approximately 10 percent of U.S. adoptions fail each year. Mike says he hopes that Camp Courage can bring that number down in Indiana.

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Ascended and Enfleshed

The theological vision and the network of fellowship that Mission Anabaino creates help sustain its members as they slog through the trenches of church planting.

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Remembering Dr. Paul McKaughan—Missionary, Visionary, Faithful Servant of the King

He left blessings in abundance in his wake—a legacy of souls and grand plans and little kindnesses.

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Governing Authority in the PCA

At what point in our form of government is there freedom for those who have not been ordained to church office to serve? Is there authority other than governing authority that is open to any member in good standing?

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