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What is Redemptive Unity? In short, it is the natural response to the saving nature of the gospel of Jesus Christ. As sinners saved by grace into one body, the church, we believe there is to be a oneness, a unity, that must result from faith in the cross of Christ. At Perimeter Church we want to reflect the cultural and ethnic diversity in our ten-city reach. At the center of our oneness is our faith in Christ and the indwelling of the Holy Spirit.
The purpose of Redemptive Unity is to bring together our diverse congregation to ask God to work in and through Perimeter Church, to do what only He can. In today’s often tense and divisive climate we plead and depend on God to do that work of redemptive unity, bringing into relationships people who, based on the world’s standard, have no business of being together. We aim to do this through steadfast prayer, personal equipping, and community engagement.
In Pursuit of Gospel Unity: The PCA Papers on Racism and Racial Reconciliation This compilation of the actions of the PCA General Assembly gives snapshots of the work to overcome prejudice and pursue the unity for which the Savior prayed. As elders
The Presbyterian Church in America (PCA) is the largest conservative, evangelical Presbyterian denomination in North America. For a Continuing Church is the first full scholarly account of the theological and social forces that brought about its creation.
Most Christians would say they believe all people are made in the image of God and are equal before him. They would say red, brown, yellow, black, and white, they are precious in his sight. But do they have any friends of another race? Is there anyone at
In this second edition of essays (it’s a follow up to Heal Us, Emmanuel) you’ll find more discussion regarding Jesus’ love for people in the church. Here are another twenty-nine chapters that dive into experiences, Biblical truths, repentance, reconciliat
Hays' book is an important step in both compelling us to embrace Scripture?s vision of multi-ethnic people of God as well compelling us to work for practical expressions of this vision in our own churches. (Evangelical Review of Theology, July 2007) "J. D
Publisher Marketing:As conversations abound on social media platforms and in the news media, more people are beginning to wonder why ethnic and cultural diversity is increasing in our cities, yet it is not reflected in our churches. Has it ever been refle
Publisher Marketing:Renowned pastor and bestselling author of The Prodigal Prophet Timothy Keller shares his most provocative and illuminating message yet. It is commonly thought in secular society that the Bible is one of the greatest hindrances to doing
Tim Keller shows how individuals and churches can participate in compassion ministries, arguing that caring for those in need is as fundamental to Christian living as worship and evangelism.