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James Montgomery Boice: His Legacy Remains Vital to this Day

James Boice

When he died in 2000, James Boice was known primarily for his nationwide radio preaching ministry, The Bible Study Hour, along with his scores of valuable books.

Where Two or Three Gather, There’s Bound to be Politics


People gather around similar interests. We create informal and formal networks of the “like-minded” who hope to influence direction and policy.

Reflections on the PCA’s 50th Anniversary

Park was the only foreign-born delegate at the PCA’s first General Assembly.

The Future of RUF Music

Kevin Twit

The fact that RUF groups are led by ordained pastors has always given us a particular concern about the way the songs we sing are shaping our students.

The Next Generation of African American Ministries

Charles McKnight

Charles McKnight of MNA’s African American Ministries talked with byFaith about AAM’s priorities and the challenges for minority ministry leaders in the PCA.

What Grieving People Wish You Knew

A Conversation With Nancy Guthrie

Drawing on her own experience of the loss of two children as well as responses from people who participated in her survey about grief, Guthrie pulls back the curtain and helps readers think about how they can show love and support to someone who is mourning.

Richard P. Kaufmann: March 14, 1946 – February 18, 2023

Dick & Liz Kaufmann

The practice of focusing on stories of God’s transforming grace prepared them to confront a crushing diagnosis.

A Founder’s Speech and a Movement of the Spirit at the 2015 Assembly

Jim Baird, one of the few living PCA founding fathers, then began an extemporaneous speech that will live in PCA lore.

Ten Things People Say, Do, and Feel When Their Pastor Leaves

pastoral transition

Your pastor is going to leave. Maybe not this year, but he is leaving someday.

PCA Founder Kennedy Smartt: “We wanted to hit the ground running.”

Kennedy Smart

Despite being troubled by surging liberalism within the PCUS, Smartt said he resolved “not to break fellowship with any of my liberal brothers.”

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