More than half of the PCA’s congregations have 100 or fewer mem
Learning the Bible is one thing; applying it in one’s daily work is another. It’s not easy in any occupation, but believers in the heal
Included in the recom
Three letters, SOS, are recognized universally as a distress signal. There is a sense in which their use in the PCA means that help is needed, but the official translation is Summer Oppor
Last year was the busiest yet, and Ridge Haven boosters expect 1987 to see even more usage of the denominational facility. While no addi
Striking designs, flexible floor plans, and unusual contributions of land and labor are among the elements seen in new PCA construction in the past year. Buildings continue to spring up across the denomination, indicat
By Ben Edwards. The chairman, who is not afraid to mention God in his annual report, replies matter-of-factly about the prin
Losing once is not reason to quit. Ask Thomas 0. Kotouc, a lawyer who represented Mobile school authorities and the state of Alabama in the prayer case that went all the way to the U. S. Supreme Court. The nation’s highest tribunal told the Alabama schools that they couldn’t pray – even silently.
Most North Americans have heard of Timbuktu, but even if they think it’s more real than legendary they usually can’t find it on the map. Fewer are likely to be able to tell how to find Abidjan, where the newest Mission to the World church planting team is being established.
Every young person goes through certain “rites of passage” before reaching maturity. If Mission to the World realizes a goal it has just set, every PCA young person will have some kind of missions exposure before “growing up and settling down.”