Ted Haggard, Disgrace President of National Association of Evangelicals, to Begin Home Prayer Group

Ted Haggard, who in 2006 resigned as pastor from the Colorado Springs mega church he founded in the wake of a sex and drug scandal, announced November 4 that he plans to host a prayer meeting in his living room. The first meeting will be held Nov. 12 at Haggard’s Colorado Springs home and could... Continue Reading

Tribute to Dr. J. Renwick Wright

by Douglas Comin, RPCNA pastor from Latrobe, Penn. On Thursday, October 8, 2009 a true servant of Jesus Christ passed from this world into the arms of his beloved Savior. Dr. J. Renwick Wright, who served faithfully as Professor of New Testament Studies at the Reformed Presbyterian Theological Seminary (RPTS) in Pittsburgh from 1978 to... Continue Reading

Legacy of Evangelist Billy Graham Continues as he Marks 91st Birthday

By Michael Ireland Evangelist Billy Graham will celebrate his 91st birthday on Saturday, Nov. 7, and is looking forward to visits over the weekend from several family members at his western North Carolina home to mark the occasion. “I’ve experienced God’s gracious love in a personal way all these years,” Mr. Graham said, pausing to... Continue Reading

Virginia Governor-Elect Bob McDonnell Emphasizes Conservative Values

By Susan Jones In his victory speech Tuesday night, Virginia’s conservative Republican Governor-elect Bob McDonnell spoke of the Founding Fathers, the American dream, free enterprise, liberty, hard work and opportunity. He also thanked God for “His grace and His divine providence in my life.” McDonnell reminded his supporters that he grew up in Fairfax County,... Continue Reading

Seminary Professor Challenged by Homosexuals at College Speech

Pittsburgh Seminary Associate Professor of New Testament, Dr. Robert Gagnon, has written an essay titled “Back to the Oppressive Future: Homosexualist Attempts at Suppressing Rational Debate at BowdoinCollege and the Maine ‘Gay Marriage’ Referendum,” which describes his experience when he spoke at Bowdoin College in Brunswick, Maine on the October 30, 2009. He was speaking... Continue Reading

Jeanne Patterson Called Home to Glory

Jeanne Taber Patterson, 86, widow of Donald Patterson, passed away on Monday, November 2 in Ridgeland, Miss. Jeanne and Don Patterson were married in 1947 in Hackensack, N.J. They had children: Elizabeth, James, and Shirley. Don entered glory on December 25, 1998. Her daughter-in-law, Mary AlicePatterson stated: “Mama Jeanne peacefully entered the presence of her... Continue Reading

An Egyptian PCA Pastor Ministering to the Dutch

Teaching Elder James Hakim is an ethnic Egyptian (Coptic) from Detroit, Mich., who went to seminary in Mississippi but is now serving as a minister in the rural, ethnic Dutch enclave of Orange City, Iowa. He has been serving as the first pastor of Harvest PCA for the past two years. James’ family is actually... Continue Reading

Covenant Alumna Receives Fulbright Award to Make Art in Iceland

Covenant College alumna Elizabeth Tubergen ’08 was awarded a U.S. Fulbright Student Scholarship to Iceland. The Fulbright, a U.S. Department of State international exchange program, allowed for Tubergen to move in July to Iceland, where she will stay for a year. She is the third Covenant College graduate and the first Covenant College art major... Continue Reading

List of PCA Men Who Blog

The ‘Men in the PCA’ website has started a list of PCA men who blog. To be added to the list contact Harvey. Go here to see the list.

Deborah Taylor awarded Pearl & Floyd Franks Scholarship

Fiddler Deborah Taylor, 17, was recently awarded the Pearl & Floyd Franks Scholarship from The Share America Foundation during a recent Sacred Sounds Fridays concert at the Ringgold Depot in Ringgold, GA. Taylor appeared at the event performing three songs including “Come Thou Fount of Every Blessing,” and Dottie Rambo’s “We Shall Behold Him.” Taylor,... Continue Reading