By Dave Garner
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.
By Paul Hahn, MNA Coordinator
According to MNA Coordinator Paul Hahn, church renewal is our denomination’s “need of the hour.” By any quantitative standard, Hahn says — baptisms, conversions, giving, new members — about a third of PCA churches are in need of renewal.
By Kathy Keller
Kathy Keller considers herself the PCAs staunchest proponent of complementarianism and the denominations most vehement opponent of ordaining women to authoritative office. The reason, ultimately, is simple: Gods Word speaks clearly on the issue.
By Kelly Kapic, Professor of Theological Studies at Covenant College
We’re forever praying about health. We intercede for our suffering friends, asking God to heal them and alleviate their pain. But in a world where we’re all moving toward decay and physical difficulty, should that be our main concern?
By TE Bryan Chapell
In this talk, Bryan Chapell explores how we must change to become a part of the future church and how our fidelity to Scripture and our commitment to the Reformed faith rather than being a source of contention among us must become fuel for the Great Commission.
By TE Sean Michael Lucas
For 45 years the PCA has stood for the gospel, and in the past decade the denomination has begun thinking seriously about applying the gospel to social issues. In doing so, Lucas is concerned that we might follow the path of progressives in the previous generation and lose the gospel.