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The lack of representation in leadership is reflected in our pews. The negatively affect how we experience the PCA. Recruit new African American leaders who desire to serve in and outside of the pulpit.
Equip leaders through resources that help them effectively lead and minister in their church, work, and community. Mobilize emerging leaders by encouraging them to plant churches, serve locally, or serve on committees in the PCA. We do this by building an influential community of thriving African American leaders and congregants through resources and relationships out of which we recruit, support, and mobilize church planters. As a wife and a mom of four, the thought of returning to school to pursue my seminary education was daunting, to say the least.
I saw how male students were encouraged in this pursuit, but as a Black female in the PCA, I wondered if the same would hold true for me. I reached out to AAM to seek their counsel. They listened to my concerns and helped me think through options for funding.
More than that, they cheered me on in my pursuit, and cast a Seeking african american Chattanooga vision for the involvement of African American leaders both male and female in Seeking african american Chattanooga PCA. Connecting with AAM strengthened my commitment to my studies, my church, and my denomination. But being at multi-cultural PCA church poses unique situations. I reached out to AAM, and they connected me with two other leaders in my area dealing with the same situation. We chat on a weekly basis now and share challenges, praises and even song ideas!
This experience has been above and beyond encouraging. It's been nice to hear about the successes and challenges of others like me. I look forward to our conversations, and this experience has offered me a point of connection that I didn't have before. I'm extremely grateful for the blessing that AAM has been in my life. It has been an invaluable encouragement to be linked with other leaders from similar backgrounds and in similar situations, and to share in the joys and sorrows of ministry.
I'm so thankful to be a part of this ministry. As a young African American man with little history and few connections in the PCA, I felt called to plant a church that included the rich legacy of the traditional black church, was open to all cultures and classes, and was committed to community development. Through their support, I learned how to contextualize my black church experience and passion for justice and development in a cross-cultural Reformed setting. An intricate part of that blessing has been having a relationship with AAM.
The love and fellowship of brothers and sisters who share my culture and background has been life-sustaining for my wife and I, which in our ability to bear fruit in our ministry. To Jesus be the glory! Tell us about yourself and add your contact information to our database for exclusive rewards and much more. An optional minute conversation to learn more the ministry and how you can take full advantage.
Fellowship with other African American PCA members from across the country or connect with leaders close to home. MNA coordinates church planting, church renewal, and missional partnerships to serve PCA churches and presbyteries in North America in their mission to grow and multiply biblically healthy churches. Starting new churches is the most effective way to grow the body of Christ and promote gospel renewal. We need PCA churches that will reach all kinds of peopleand that will address issues that affect all kinds of communities.
If you are an African American leader who is interested in starting a Church, please register with AAM to let us know. There are people like you all over the country, and maybe even some in your area at other churches.
Tell us where you are so that we can connect you to people and resources. Register with AAM. The African American Presbyterian Fellowship AAPF is a relational body that provides support to pastors, their spouses and emerging leaders such as interns and seminary students for the purpose of encouragement and resilience in ministry. Our goal is to create regional fellowships in the following locations: Mid-West St. We are working on a system to both track open positions and develop emerging leaders to become qualified candidates in the future. Give to AAM to support this initiative.
Thanks for asking! Also, would you prayerfully consider partnering with us so that we can support leaders and help some of them plant churches? Give to AAM. Would you like to be a part of African American Ministries? Fill out the form below and tell us more about yourself and receive more information. AAM. I spend more time explaining my culture than I do building deep relationships. I struggle adjusting to the style of worship that is custom in most PCA churches.
I feel an internal and external pressure to culturally assimilate so I don't feel like an outsider. About AAM. AAM aims to catalyze new church plants led by African American elders. Louis, MO. Ready to Get Started? Frequently Asked Questions. What is the PCA?
Why does AAM focus on Church planting? How can you help me? Register with AAM to learn more. I am looking to hire a pastor or leader for my church. Can you help me find someone? How can I help? Male Female. Why ask this?CHA Spotlight - Chattanooga’s African American History
AAM address issues of core concerns to African American believers. Understanding our demographic helps us better serve our audience.
Please answer the following questions to help us better serve you. I attend a PCA Church. I'm a member of a PCA Church. I'm a PCA teaching elder. I'm a PCA church staff member. I'm a PCA church ministry intern. I'm a PCA deacon. I'm a PCA ruling elder. I'm not in the PCA. Yes No. Receive updates Receive prayer requests Receive a call from a staff member.Seeking african american Chattanooga
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