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Anticipating the Assembly

Counting your blessings is good for the soul. When you’re struggling financially, it is good to think back upon similar times and how God provided. When you send your child off to college, it is good to be reminded how God has already cared for them over the course of many years.

What Can $9.34 Do? 

God is using the PCA to advance His gospel around the world and build Christ’s church. If every PCA church gave $9.34 per month per member (or $112 per year per member), the overhead expenses of every PCA agency and committee could be fully funded. It’s just that simple.

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3 Important Aspects of the Administrative Committee’s Mission

The Administrative Committee is privileged to provide churches, presbyteries, and the General Assembly with the expertise and coordination needed to keep our ministries moving forward together during the current crisis. As “a service committee to the General Assembly and the denomination,” we are not setting the agenda for the PCA. Rather, we are making sure its agenda is accomplished.

Inside the Numbers of the PCA With John Robertson

In Covid-affected 2020, we have worked hard to cut our budgeted expenses by almost 25%, and as we look to 2021, several variables still confront us. The largest variable is “will we have General Assembly this next year?”

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Bless Your Pastor Initiative

The PCA Administrative Committee is deeply grateful for the Christ-honoring work of our PCA pastors as they serve their congregations and seek to further the purposes of the Kingdom. We know that you, too, are thankful for the ways God is using your pastor to bless your church.

A Letter from Bryan Chapell

As our Lord calls the Presbyterian Church in America to proclaim his grace to a world polarized by political divisions, cowed by a pandemic, pleading for injustices to end, and reeling from natural disasters, I find myself repeating the prayer of Moses to a faithful God: “If Your Presence does not go with us, do not lead us up from here.”

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The Man Behind the Bow Tie 

Dr. Roy Taylor eludes categories. He didn’t graduate from a reformed college or a reformed seminary. He was raised a Baptist and will be buried in the Baptist churchyard. Yet, he has served for over two decades as the Stated Clerk of the largest evangelical Presbyterian denomination in America.

GA Postponed

The 48th General Assembly of the PCA has been postponed.

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New Podcast Launched


We bring you seminars, sermons, and discussions from previous General Assemblies designed to promote the unity, purity, and progress of the church.

Month of Prayer 

Multiple PCA agencies have come together to launch a month of prayer. Each day includes Scripture to read, items for prayer, and a video of an elder leading in prayer.

How is the Administrative Committee Funded?


Watch a recent presentation where Dr. Taylor explains the history and issues behind the PCA’s funding model.

Coronavirus: Practical Considerations for Church Leaders


Four practical matters to keep in mind as the virus spreads.

Administrative Committee Nominates Bryan Chapell for Stated Clerk


Read the report regarding the committee’s nominee to serve as the PCA’s fourth stated clerk.