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Called Away

A call to a church is a call away from a church....

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Morning Worship at Pearl PCA Resuming May 31st

Morning worship services are set to resume on Sunday, May 31st at 11am. We are encouraging congregants and visitors who are immunocompromised to worship along with us live from home. ...

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Updates Updates Updates!

The session of our church met on Wednesday of this week. I felt like for the May newsletter it would be prudent for me to update you on our church. This will seem a little scattershot, but there is much to say....

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Of Plagues and Peoples

How do we think about plague, sickness, and potential economic devastation? What is it that the Lord could be doing?...

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All Services at Pearl PCA Cancelled Through April [Updated]

Physical services at Pearl PCA have been suspended for the month of April, including morning worship. The session will re-evaluate whether this suspension of services continues into the month of April. In the meantime, we will be posting new sermons each week and sending family worship guides as well as offering mid-week Bible studies and Sunday School lessons. Please read...

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COVID-19 Coronavirus and Pearl PCA

Pearl Presbyterian Church will be instituting changes effective immediately to help mitigate the potential spread of the COVID-19 virus....

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Child Protection Changes for 2020

Our church is instituting a thorough Child Protection Policy in 2020. Not only do we need to know what those changes are, but we need to know why this is a good and precious thing....

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Ain't Just Putting on the Ritz

But we should be careful to put music in its place and maintain a healthy perspective on its relationship to our own hearts. The ordinary means God has given us to grow are prayer, the sacraments, and the reading and preaching of the Bible. Let's start there, and build our spiritual health around those things first and foremost....

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Wine in the Supper: Something Old, Something New

We as church members may have become accustomed to it, and for many of us it may be the norm, but all of us must admit, the use of grape juice in the Lord’s Supper is an innovation that was introduced by man and not by God. Not only has it been the historic practice of the church, but it is mandated for us in Scripture that we use wine in the Lord’s Supper. What then s...

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Reflections on Two Months Away From Facebook

Back at the end of September I decided to delete my Facebook account. I hope to mention a few reasons why this was the right decision for me, and then I’ll conclude by reflecting on what I’ve felt and experienced since quitting. I won’t say you should do the same thing, but I will challenge you to consider it....

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