MORE in the PCA endorses Overture #7

By Brad Isbell In 1973, 387 elders attended the first General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA). Of that number 179 (46%) were teaching elders and 208 (54%) ruling elders. Thus, the PCA began with a numerical display of the Presbyterian principle...

Breaking GA News: Additional Stipend Available!

Due to the overwhelming and heartening generosity of grassroots donors from all over the denomination, we have enough funding to cover the expenses of another RE who is eligible to be a commissioner at the 46th PCA General Assembly later this month. If you are an RE...

Racial Reconciliation 2018: A Missed Opportunity

The 46th PCA General Assembly will consider four (4) recommendations from the report of the Ad Interim Committee on Racial and Ethnic Reconciliation (the “Committee”) in Atlanta next month.  For the reasons stated below, we would propose a single alternative...

Gearing up for GA — AICREC report context

As we gear up for General Assembly, one piece of business looms larger over the agenda than any other item — the Report from the Ad Interim Committee on Racial and Ethnic Reconciliation (“AICREC”).  We plan to evaluate the report in a series of...

News Flash!

Tonight, MORE in the PCA voted to send our first RE to General Assembly! Because early fundraising has been overwhelming, it looks like we will have money left over! So if you are an RE in a PCA church that cannot cover your registration fee, lodging, or air travel...

A Sobering Article

We wish every RE in the PCA would read this article.  It recounts how the CRC lost its way and what that tells us about the direction of the PCA today.  He concludes saying: NAPARC churches should not forget their older brother, the CRC. Unless these concerns are...

Church leaders ought to be officers

The way we see it, the PCA is currently facing three controversies.  One of those controversies is the role of women in worship and in the church at large.  (The other controversies involve the ongoing racial reconciliation conversation and the question of how the...

Jordan Peterson on corporate social activism

Internet celebrity du jour Jordan Peterson is quoted as saying: ” … you don’t get to invite the radical leftists into your corporate utopia without opening the door to a major fifth column. If you are naive enough to think that the demand of the radicals...

Elders cannot remain silent in a controversy

Ruling Elders are called to stand for the peace and purity of the Church when controversy arises. “[An Elder] must hold firmly to the trustworthy word as taught, so that he may be able to give instruction in sound doctrine and also to rebuke those who contradict...

MORE in the PCA endorses Overture #7

Our mission is to encourage REs to attend General Assembly and Presbytery so they can weigh in on the issues confronting the denomination. Overture 7 would directly advance our mission by capping the registration fee for REs at $100.  (The current registration fee is...