PCA Voices



According to Chuck Garriott, director of Ministry of State, most of us reach a point where we reflect on our stewardship of the gospel.

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by Scott Sauls, Teaching Elder at Christ Presbyterian Church, Nashville

Among Jesus’ original disciples, two were political opponents: Simon the Zealot, who believed government should remain hands-off. And Matthew, the government-employed tax collector.

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by TE Tim Keller, Pastor Emeritus at Redeemer Presbyterian Church

According to Tim Keller, there are four subjects that warrant the PCA’s attention.

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Mary Beth McGreevy thinks that, in the PCA, we too often we focus on what women can’t do. When we ask about what women can do, the answer is “Almost everything!”

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When we filter out the din of competing voices and cultural distractions, there is a simplicity for the preacher/teacher, a simplicity in the message to be preached, a simplicity of the method to preach it, and a simplicity of the church’s mission.

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