Committee on Christian Education
and Publications Receives New Name

Houston, Texas – June 18, 2014 – The 42nd General Assembly approved a name change for the Committee on Christian Education and Publications (CEP) which will now be known as the Committee on Discipleship Ministries (CDM).  “For a number of years, we have considered making a change to our name to better convey the relational aspects of our ministry. In discussing the many options, we kept returning to our biblical charter – make disciples” said Coordinator, Stephen Estock.  Read more…

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Getting Connected

It’s our goal at CDM to help you connect with others in the denomination. To the right you will find resources we have to help you stay connected.

  • Equip&Connect—quarterly publication featuring updates on CDM and conferences we sponsor
  • Staying Connected—bimonthly publication featuring stories from churches in the denomination
  • Interface—bimonthly women’s newsletter
  • Connect Discipleship Survey—a way for you to help us understand how we can better serve your church
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Guide to the 

PCA General

Assembly

by Dr. Stephen Estock

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Responding to Grace

by George Robertson

with Mary Beth McGreevy

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  • A New Connection

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    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Committee on Christian Education and Publications Receives New Name Houston, Texas – June 18, 2014 – The 42nd General Assembly approved a name change for the Committee on Christian Education and Publications (CEP) which will now be known as the Committee on Discipleship Ministries (CDM).  “For a number of years, we have … Continued

  • Child Safety Resources

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    “All church leaders should become informed and take an active stance toward preventing child sexual abuse in the church by screening staff and volunteers, training them in child protection, and actively maintaining child protection policies pertaining to our obligations to love our children and protect their rightful interests as God’s image-bearers from the devastating actions of abusers.” (Matthew 18:5-6)

  • The Pray for Me Campaign

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    Article by Danny Mitchell Because of the realities that a large percentage of young people who connect with the church during their teenage years will end up leaving the church as they move into adulthood and those who stay connected to the church had adult believers intentionally investing in their lives, Tony Souder, the executive … Continued