When a PCA missionary went to a Communist nation early this year, it was not his first visit. Nor is it expected to be his last. He went without fanfare to help an existing evangelical denomination. That body invited him to speak at its annual meeting and to counsel with its ministers and their wives.
They were all watching and listen
Church members who are loved and appreciated while present frequently are forgotten when they move to another community. Replacements are found to take over their respon
Sociologist Russell Heddendorf believes the science of sociology is the “hidden thread” to a better under
Completing a two year study on the National Association of Evangelicals, the PCA’s Committee on Interchurch Relations is planning to recommend to the Genera! Assembly that the PCA join the NAE.
The two PCA couples were living in the port city of Alexandria. They lived among Egyptians and not in an expatriate compound. The daily exposure to normal living situations helped them acquire the language. They made some friends in the neighborhood. They wanted to share their faith, but they knew what they could and could not do under Egyptian law.
It was a big building year for the PCA! All across the denomination 1985 will go into the books as a year of new property acquisitions. While no offi
Kay James believes in what she is doing. Her fight to “change the law” is based on what she – and her church – believe. She’s comfortable working from within a denomination that stands for the Bible, a theology based on the “whole counsel of God” and thus for the “morals, values, and pro-family interests so important to us.”