By Jack Williamson. It is proper that we pause to remember the great things God has done in the Presbyterian Church in America since we took our place among the family of churches of the Lord Jesus Christ on December 4, 1973 – fifteen years ago.
By Lee Taylor. When the roles of these key leaders are defined, it is normally in a charge to them at their ordination or installation. On such occa
By Linleigh Roberts. Because Jesus of Nazareth was God in the flesh, He cannot be readily dismissed; the appearance of God in history demands an explanation.
By Lois Kyle. Missionaries go overseas to do some job that will take the Good News of Jesus Christ to those people. How desperately missionaries need more of you to be will
They prayed for God to guide them as they acted upon a motion that would change their lives forever.
By James L. Sauer. The Christmas season is a point in the human year when we do some of our best business – devouring souls like so many M&Ms popped into a plump child’s mouth. Sweet, satisfying, and look, … no human mess.
By Frank Barker. In their study of the stars they had seen a most unusual star. They understood that it was indica
By Sharon Kraemer. Worship, relationships and missions are the three foci of his ministry. He says that every time he preaches or teaches, it is on one of these themes. He endeavors to be “refreshingly redundant,” “hammering away” at the three things which are “vitally related” in his mind. “If we’re doing any one of them success
By Sharon Kraemer. The diversity of gifts in the Body of Christ can be readily seen in the ten men who lead the committees or boards for our PCA program com
By Lane Adams. Can a nation survive where there is no standard for truth? Most people want to do business with someone who is honorable and trustworthy, even if they are not honorable and trustworthy them