OPC or URCNA Ordination

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TylerRay

Puritan Board Graduate
@Peter Bell, I only want to add that it ultimately will be up to your presbytery as to whether you can plant a church in that area. If they don't think it's feasible, they won't go for it.

I'd caution you against saying that you have a "call" to a particular place. In Presbyterianism, you don't have a "call" to any particular people until they formally call you to come minister to them.
 
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Regi Addictissimus

Completely sold out to the King
My convictions have developed, from loosely understanding Presbyterian church governance and ecclesiology, to strongly convictional based upon Scripture and the confessions. The church knows I'm a sold-out Reformed Presbyterian, I'm with them to understand how a church plant works. They've planted something north of 15 churches in San Diego and in New Zealand/Australia.
When did this transition begin towards a Presbyterian position?
 
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