Is GA “in touch” with the PCA?

Some claim that Evangelical leaders are out of touch with the people in the pews. If you think that the PCA General Assembly is or has been out of touch with regular PCA folks, remember that there’s something you can do about it. You can: — Pray for...

Gearing up for 2021: podcast #2

Church history — including especially presbyterian church history — is full of stories about past struggles in which “liberals” prevailed over “conservatives” and left their denominations less orthodox. If you are interested in...

Gearing up for 2021: podcast #1

As we begin the new year, it could be helpful to brush up on PCA history and issues. To that end, we recommend this podcast that includes a helpful summary of PCA history. https://presbycast.libsyn.com/whither-the-pca-wdominic-aquila Even though the PCA is only 48...

Presbytery and GA: An RE obligation

MORE in the PCA Director Brad Isbell has a great article on the Ruling Elder’s obligation to attend (and vote at) presbytery and General Assembly. Check it out! The time is NOW to plan on attending the St. Louis General Assembly next year. Our MOREatGA campaign...

2020 Birmingham Campaign Begins!

Its a new year and things are a little bit different at MORE in the PCA, Inc. Faithful and generous patrons have already donated and put us in a position to sponsor more REs than ever at this year’s General Assembly in Birmingham — before we even began our...