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Insights From The Presbyterian and Reformed Public Theology Conference

Political theory and engagement has always been a contentious issue. There’s a reason it is not considered a “polite” topic of dinner conversation, and yet, the current social and political environment seem to be especially contentious. Political debate rages throughout the United States — debates not merely concerning arcane tax policy or legislative process but…

One Church, One Mission

What does collaboration look like among the PCA’s agencies?
PCA Agency collaboration webinar

MNA has developed a vision for planting 1,000 PCA churches by 2033. Not only is it looking to grow the PCA in size, it’s looking to strengthen the health and vitality of PCA churches. To accomplish these broader goals, MNA leaders say the PCA will need greater cooperation among its agencies. On May 14 MNA’s…

First Pres Tuscumbia Celebrates 200 Years

The weekend celebration was one of its largest gatherings in the church’s history.

2024 English Ministry Forum Connects Leaders “In The Shadows”

Annual gathering opens the door for Asian American pastors.

This year’s Forum was supported through the sponsorship of MNA, MTW, Geneva Benefits, the Administrative Committee, and Covenant Seminary.

Covenant College Colleagues and Neighbors Celebrate Book Accolades

Edrington Weichbrodt

From teaching college students to writing to working with youth, both women cited community (or the absence of it at times during the past few years post-pandemic) as an important piece to their writing and vocational lives. 

David Strain: ‘I’m Thankful to Be Turning 50 with the PCA’

PCA 50th anniversary

Other presbyterian denominations have felt the need to amend the Standards to reflect the changing times and their changing convictions, but the PCA continues to find remarkable utility in our Confession and Catechisms.

Jason Helopoulos: ‘I Love the (Imperfect) PCA at 50’

PCA 50th anniversary

The very things that attracted me to the PCA years ago continue to excite me most about it today.

A Vision for the Next 50 Years

A Conversation with Randy Pope
Randy Pope

When God’s people, and His churches, begin engaging in the higher call of winning the lost, and realize they are at war together with a common enemy — the devil himself — unity will automatically occur.

Alliance for Mission and Renewal Seeks Unity, Joy, Diversity, and Mission

Alliance for Mission and Renewal

Mike Khandjian hopes that the AMR will serve to “[align] our often-siloed efforts to serve our God and advance His kingdom in our world.”

Minding the Church’s Business

Reflecting on John Robertson’s Service to the PCA
John Robertson

Though less visible than the stated clerk, the business administrator’s role has proven to be just as essential. 

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