The North American Presbyterian and Reformed Council first convened in 1975 because of a commitment to […]
In my previous post, I discussed the foundation of Reformed and Presbyterian unity, the “Six Forms”.  But […]
In the 1970s, the Reformed and Presbyterian Church bodies united together in a council called NAPARC. […]
“Let us hold fast the confession of our hope without wavering, for he who promised is […]
Thus far, I’ve articulated the purposes of NAPARC, which are: to work toward greater unity through […]
Previously on this blog, there was a series on NAPARC and the way it is intended to promote […]
We live in a time in which Christian networks are all the rage. Various conferences, coalitions, […]