2 thoughts on “Pilgrim Talk Podcast: General Assembly review of the PCA

  1. Scott Henry

    Preach it, brother! Good assessment of the goings on in the PCA. Yes, we must pray! … pray that the Holy Spirit would bring a cleansing fire to His church and cause His people to bow their necks to the yoke of Jesus Christ. That we (Christians) would progressively become more consistent with our identity in Christ as “salt of the earth and light of the world” (Matt. 5:13-14). My contention is always the same … the church of Jesus Christ is simply at a low ebb in our day of loving, living, and launching the Word of God from our pulpits and from our individual lives. May the Lord be pleased to stir up His redeemed people so that we might have a holy zeal for His glory and the backbone to stand for the truth against the wiles of the Devil (Eph. 6:11), who stalks about seeking whom he may devour (1 Peter 5:8). Keep up the good work, dear brother!

    1. Keith Groom

      Hi guys,
      Thanks Lee for your assessment and insight into the PCA and other denominations and Scott for your exhortations. The only thing I would say is that in certain areas, especially outside of larger urban areas there isn’t always a sound, orthodox, Biblical church to the degree that we would like. That’s probably true in the US also. I feel sad for believers in small towns that long for the pure, Biblical lively preaching of the word & worship.and don’t have much of a choice within 90 minutes. That would be a key if not the important factor were I to move my family. Our own PCA Church (Faith Reformed Presbyterian Church, Vancouver, BC) is I think the balanced & biblically based preaching, and worship from our 2 pastors from what we have seen. We have many who drive 35-55 minutes to worship.
      The ARP in another very solid and orthodox denomination. I highly recommend to your people the Gillespie Academy (unless the RCUS has their own program for high school graduates) in Woodstock, Ont which operates a 1 yr intensive Reformed Theology study post high school under the ARP church there.
      The Lord bless you,


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