Georgia Settle, wife of first CEP Coordinator, TE Paul Settle and the first Coordinatorof theWomen In the Church ministry in the PCA, went to be with the Lord on Sunday, September 19, after a long battle with Alzheimer’s. Susan Hunt and Barbara Thompson write, “Wehave watched her move from life season to life season with grace and dignity. She journied from strength to strength. The threads of Georgia’s life are woven throughoutour lives and is part and parcel of who we are in Christ.”
How would you respond to this? Your teachers come to you all excited about a new curriculum they discovered. The three basic truths taught are 1) Wisdom – I need to make the wise choice; 2) Faith – I can trust God no matter what; and 3) Friendship – I should treat others the way I want to be treated. Does this sound good to you? If it does…
Don’t you just love it when you know someone who can take all the information you have and make something useful with it? This is the strength of the Common Sense Learner. He is able to take all the facts gathered so accurately and sequentially by the Analytic Learner and put them to good use.
The location was Nashville, a city filled with history and music, rebounding from a disastrous flood. The hosts were the nineteen churches of Nashville Presbytery who prepared for the PCA family with a concert of prayer and planning.
Catch up on what is going on with the 2020 Vision Conferences. New information is available, as well as information on the Meeting of the Minds that took place earlier this year. Come to the next scheduled Meeting of the Minds on September 14!
We recently read and reviewed the book Liberating Black Theology by our friend Dr. Anthony Bradley. Because we believe this is an important and timely book, to be read especially by church leaders, we asked Anthony several questions.