PCA people, churches, agencies, and committees minister in a variety of settings and circumstances. Here, you’ll find a handful of upcoming opportunities to learn, grow, and get involved in our denomination’s work, all for the sake of Christ’s kingdom.
Reformed University Fellowship
Throughout the spring, RUF will visit seminaries around the country to meet anyone interested in campus ministry. The events will give seminarians a chance to meet RUF staff for lunch, a one-on-one conversation, or an evening event. For a schedule and to sign up for events, visit https://ruf.org/media/recruiting-events/.
Covenant Theological Seminary
Covenant’s 75-credit hour Master of Arts in Counseling (MAC) degree has been given full accreditation by the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP). Current and future graduates of the MAC program will have more options for licensing in states other than Missouri. The change affects not only students currently in the program, but also applies retroactively to the first class to graduate with the 75-credit version of the degree in 2022.
On May 25-26, Covenant Seminary will host its Austin Harrington Counseling Conference, with keynote speaker Aundi Kolber. The conference will provide counselors with tools to help their clients rely on God with their hearts, minds, and bodies (and offer Continuing Education for the state of Missouri). Pastors and ministry leaders will learn to view healing, wholeness, and strength in a way that helps you and those you lead towards greater resilience. Learn more and register here.
Mission to the World
MTW has contacts on the ground in Turkey and Syria working to provide relief after the devastating earthquakes that hit the area in February. Please pray for believers in both countries as they work to meet the overwhelming needs. You can donate through the MTW Compassion Fund; the funds will be channeled to trusted contacts on the ground.
Mission to North America
Join MNA in a commitment to have 1,000 ruling and teaching elders praying for church planting and vitality leading up to the 50th General Assembly. To sign up, visit https://pcamna.org/mna-prayer-partners/.
Bent Tree Dogwood Conference
Next month MNA will host the Bent Tree Dogwood Conference, taking place April 17-20, 2023, at the Lake Junaluska Conference and Retreat Center. This event is designed for men in the ministry who seek community and support from others who understand the unique challenges of their calling. For information on pricing and to register, click here.
Geneva Benefits Group
At the 2023 General Assembly, Geneva Benefits Group will release updated Call Package Guidelines in digital and print formats. The Guidelines focus on the components necessary for pastors to be financially, physically, and emotionally healthy. Since releasing the initial PCA Call Package Guidelines in 2012, Geneva Benefits has consulted with, and advocated for, hundreds of PCA pastors to create compensation packages that consider salary, retirement, insurance, and wellbeing.
The General Assembly events for women and children are now posted on the GA website! Find out more and register at pcaga.org/families/. As part of this year’s 50th anniversary celebration, Indelible Grace will hold a special concert on Wednesday, June 14, at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are required for the event, and can be purchased here.