Seriously. This was the best ARP Synod I most assuredly have ever attended (some of us think it was because we had a Canadian moderator ). The unity of the body was a sight to behold and was a tangible feeling nearly everyone I talked to recognized. Here are a couple highlights: 1) We made massively huge positive strides for the gospel-future of both Erskine Theological Seminary and Erskine College. 2) The 209th Associate Reformed Presbyterian Synod approved an invitation to the RPCNA to hold concurrent Synod meetings in 2015 at Bonclarken. We also passed a motion that all joint worship services will be psalms only with unaccompanied singing. 3) We heard a presentation from the ARP Hospital (that the Synod supports) in Sahiwal, Pakistan Amazing things are being done in the name of our Lord and Savior through the hundreds of thousands of Islamic people who are hearing the gospel and seeing the work of Christ through the Hospital. It was a moving presentation. 4) A Committee was appointed to look into revising the Westminster Standards in a historic, confessional sense and specifically look at excising the two "extra chapters" that the ARP WCF has in the back. Marrow Man or I will provide more details I am sure as we drive home from God's gift to the ARP, Bonclarken.