By Jacob Gerber | December 20, 2021 “Behold, how good and pleasant it is when brothers dwell in unity!” (Ps. 133:1). Life in Christ’s church can be hard, especially when we must deal with complicated, difficult, and controversial questions. Nevertheless, we purposefully close every General Assembly by singing Psalm 133 together as a prayer that … More The Biblical Foundations of Parliamentary Procedure
By Matt Fender | December 13, 2021 While on a trip to another city some years ago, I had a conversation in which a PCA Ruling Elder told me that he thought one of his spiritual gifts was “serving on boards.” It was clear both from the remainder of our conversation and from the way … More Not a Board of Directors
By George Grant | December 8, 2021 Quick on the heels of the historic 48th General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA), former moderator Dominic Aquila and current chair of the Standing Judicial Commission Fred Greco came to Franklin, Tennessee to record a series of sixteen videos on our denomination’s polity. Designed specifically … More Aquila & Greco on Polity
by Zachary Groff | November 8, 2021 The worship service which included your ordination to sacred office has just concluded. When the fathers and brothers lift their hands off your shoulders, the benediction rolls down from the pulpit, and the coffee begins to pour in the fellowship hall, a sobering thought dawns on you. What … More So You Want to be a Churchman?