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Click Boom: Nerf Guns and The Cross

Click Boom: Nerf Guns and The Cross

What happens when God gives you a foster child that opposes everything you stand for? This post is the second in a 4-part series on Justice to coincide with our current sermon series “Seek Justice”, which you can find HERE.   My heart for social...
The Good News of Justice

The Good News of Justice

Will there be ultimate justice one day? And, if so, how? This post is the first in a 4-part series on Justice to coincide with our current sermon series “Seek Justice”, which you can find HERE.   “If the earth could speak, what would it say?” This...
The Gospel According to Dad

The Gospel According to Dad

A good bit of parenting, at just the right time, can make a huge difference in the faith life of a child. I grew up watching my parents dedicate their lives to the church. My mum helped with children’s ministry and my dad served as a deacon. My dad eventually became...
Prince Charming Has a Porn Addiction

Prince Charming Has a Porn Addiction

If I could offer one piece of advice to those who are hoping to get married, are engaged, or are newly married it would be this: do not expect your spouse to fulfill you in a way that only Christ can. We are a culture filled with false ideas of what will make us truly...
Scripture: Setting the Word of God to Music

Scripture: Setting the Word of God to Music

Scripture is the new music project from PCC Worship. Its aim was to set the words of the Bible to music so that it could be meditated on. Chris Weldon is the Director of Worship at PCC. He is overseeing the work of this project. The phrase “learn by heart” is one we...
Why I Believe in Short-term Missions

Why I Believe in Short-term Missions

This Summer, PCC is sending five teams to Kyrgyzstan on short-term mission trips.  John Gunter will be leading those groups. Here, he discusses why he believes in the importance of short-term mission trips.   As summer is rapidly approaching, those of us involved...
One of the Great Ones

One of the Great Ones

This month’s blog series is on Foster Care and is part of PCC’s invisible(s) campaign. You can find out more, including ways to help Foster Kids in Los Angeles, on our website, invisibles.la. Meg Long is a former foster child. Here, she reflects on the...
Noche: A Former Foster Child’s Tale

Noche: A Former Foster Child’s Tale

This month’s blog series is on Orphan Care and is part of PCC’s invisible(s) campaign. This week’s blog post is from Noche, who is a former foster child. His story is a powerful testament to the faithfulness of God to work in the darkness of our...
Would You Love Me?

Would You Love Me?

This month’s blog series is on Foster Care and is part of PCC’s invisible(s) campaign. You can find out more, including ways to help Foster Kids in Los Angeles, on our website, invisibles.la. This week’s blog post is from Demetrius Nathan,...
You Won’t Be Enough

You Won’t Be Enough

This month’s blog series is on Orphan Care and is part of PCC’s invisible(s) campaign. You can find out more, including ways to help Orphans in Los Angeles, on our website, invisibles.la. This week’s blog post is from Shalini Renfro, who, with her...