Monthly archives for June, 2016

A Way Forward for PCA Peace, Health, ...

NOTE:  This article was previously published on the Aquila Report and reposted here with permission from the author. A Way Forward for PCA Peace, Health, and Unity Will the PCA make changes by legislative fiat from the top – or – by consensus among the presbyteries and local congregations? Written by David W. Hall | […]

Trip to Brazil and South Africa

My wife and I leave tomorrow, Lord willing, to fly to Brazil. This summer is the twenty-fifth anniversary of the Puritan Project. The Puritan Project was started by Dr. Manoel Canuto, Mr. Olin Coleman, and pastor Josafa Vasconcelos for the purpose of bringing reform and experimental Calvinism to the Presbyterian Church of Brazil. I have […]

Pipa Protest

I have been asked if members of our churches can sign the protest. Although it is not official, let your voice be heard, particularly let’s hear from the women. See below. Here is the protest. We, the undersigned, humbly protest the establishment of a committee to study the issue of woman serving in the ministry […]

TRIP TO VITERBO, ITALY

We left Greenville Monday afternoon, May 30, and arrived in Rome about 8:10 the morning of May 31. We arrived in Viterbo around 11. We are glad to return. This trip is our sixth since Mike Cuneo came. As I sat on the terrace of our hotel and watched the Swallows swooping and darted, I […]