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...

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...

Samuel Miller on REs in Church courts

Old Princeton’s Samuel Miller wrote about the role REs ought to play in the Church’s courts and his thoughts ought to be read at length: The functions of the Ruling Elder are not confined to the congregation of which he is one of the rulers. It is his duty...