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FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF ORANGE COUNTY
Westminster, CA | Posted 7/12/17
FPCOC (Westminster, CA) is currently seeking a part-time pastor to serve our Youth Ministry (7th-12th Grade) with 40-45 students. Qualified candidates must be currently enrolled in or have graduated from an accredited seminary (M.Div) and hold to reformed theology (in agreement with the KAPC). For more information, please contact Joseph Suk at josephsuk@theFPCOC.com. + Read more
MINISTRY TO STATE
Washington, D.C. | Posted 6/20/17
Ministry to State is seeking a Minister to Interns to establish and maintain discipling relationships with interns and younger staff in Washington, D.C., primarily on Capitol Hill. Ministry to State, the PCA's ministry in D.C. (under Mission to North America), seeks to reach and serve our government workers in a loving, nonpartisan way. Contact email@example.com with interest or questions, or visit www.ministrytostate.org. + Read more
REDEEMER’S BOARDING SCHOOL
Tonasket, WA | Posted 6/20/17
Redeemer’s Boarding School (a ministry of The Father’s Ranch Ministries) is committed to helping girls (grades 3-12) who are a part of our loving, disciplined, and Christian environment. We are seeking Resident Advisors (female/two positions) to live full time at RBS for 6 or 12 months, building relationships while participating in daily activities such as class, chores, Bible study, and recreation. For more information please contact us at (509) 486-8888 or firstname.lastname@example.org. + Read more
1988Alexander Pierce has been ordained in the PCA since 1990 and working out of bounds with MTW in Central Asia. He recently wrote a book, titled Facing Islam, Engaging Muslims, published by Redemption Press.
2003Daevid W. Yoon started his new position as Lead English Pastor at Inland Church (PCA).
2005Ken Golden's first book, Presbytopia: What it means to be Presbyterian, was published by Christian Focus Publications and released in the US in April. Chris Sandoval launched Servant Church of San Diego in May. He has been called as an Evangelist by the South Coast Presbytery of the PCA to minister in San Diego’s inner city.
2007Jonathan King successfully defended his doctoral dissertation under Dr. Kevin Vanhoozer at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School in Deerfield, Illinois, receiving his Ph.D. in Theological Studies. He is presently serving as an adjunct professor of theology at Trinity College.
2008Ruben Sernas was installed as the Spanish Pastor of El Pacto de Gracia (Covenant of Grace) in Chicago Heights, Illinois, in June. El Pacto de Gracia is a church plant under the oversight of Faith URC in Beecher, Illinois.
John Terrel and Katie Wagenmaker Terrel recently moved to Wollongong, Australia, where John took a Senior Pastor call to Horsely Christian Church, part of the Presbyterian Reformed Church of Australia.
2011Zack Purvis and his wife, Jessica, welcomed their new son, Simon Arthur Purvis, on September 13, 2016. Zack is also a Leverhulme Early Career Fellow in the School of Divinity at the University of Edinburgh.
2012Ben Castaneda and his wife, Bethel, were blessed with their third child. Katrina Elise was born on July 5th.
Tony Garbarino completed his trials in September and his credentials were transferred to the Great Lakes Presbytery of the Presbyterian Church in America. He is now serving as the pastor of Providence Presbyterian Church in Fort Wayne, Indiana.
Josh Henson was installed in August as the pastor of Grace Covenant Church in Virginia Beach, Virginia.
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alumni, there is now a special giving opportunity just for you!
In an effort to maintain and improve the campus, current students started a fund because they noticed some minor repairs that needed to be made but were unexpected and not in our budget. It's called the Campus Care Fund. As former students this is a way for you to give back the seminary in seemingly small but very significant ways because all gifts collected go directly to minor repairs and improvements around the campus.
Questions? Contact us at email@example.com!