By Ryan Biese | July 26, 2022 Scripture uses the word “deacon” in a variety of ways. So do PCA congregations.Modernism was characterized by a quest for objectivity and certainty, but it failed to deliver. Post-Modernism arose in response and questions all objectivity and certainty. Post Modernism thrives in the society of our exile. Perhaps … More What is a Deacon?
By Ryan Biese | February 2, 2022 This is the final installment of a three-part series on what I see as three great needs for the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA). The PCA is at a crossroads. The question is, “how will we minister in the future?” The first need we have is for elders … More Our Elders’ Love for Biblical Discipleship
By Ryan Biese | January 24, 2022 This is the second installment in a three-part series setting forth three urgent priorities for elders in the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA). The pursuit of these concerns must be founded and fueled by prayer and flow out of love for Christ, His people, and the lost. In … More Our Elders’ Love for Biblical Worship