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LaBerge encourages pastors to take hold of that for which Christ Jesus has taken hold of you

“I am far less afraid of being on the wrong side of history, than being on the wrong side of a holy God,”  said Carmen Fowler LaBerge, president…

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Carmen Fowler LaBerge elected to the board of the National Association of Evangelicals

Carmen Fowler LaBerge, president of the Presbyterian Lay Committee, was recently elected to the board of the National Association of Evangelicals. The election took place during the fall…

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Registration still open for upcoming conference on homosexuality and the future of marriage

Carmen Fowler LaBerge, president of the Presbyterian Lay Committee will be one of many national leaders speaking this month’s 2014 National Conference of the Ethics and Religious Liberty…

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Carmen addresses the issues facing the PCUSA at town hall forum

Carmen Fowler LaBerge, president of the Presbyterian Lay Committee, presents her views on the recent decisions of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church (USA). The forum was…

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What’s been left out of ‘Left Behind’

While I live each day with expectant hope of Jesus’ second coming, I also live with the sober awareness that odds are He will not return before next…

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The unique gift: Addressing cultural issues Biblically

By Chris Woodward, OneNewsNow.com Carmen Fowler LaBerge, president of the Presbyterian Lay Committee, says every Christian is challenged with the question: How do I articulate my faith in…

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Carmen sees America’s culture war shifting to a fight for religious liberty

By David M. Drucker, Senior Political Correspondent, The Washington Examiner David Drucker interviews Carmen Fowler LaBerge, president of The Presbyterian Lay Committee. Editor’s note: Drucker incorrectly identifies the Presbyterian…

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Back story: Why did Highland Park settle?

The announcement came September 9 that Highland Park Presbyterian Church and Grace Presbytery had reached a $7.8 million settlement agreement ending their legal dispute over the denomination’s assertion…

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Condoleezza Rice: Doing what must be done in a world of critics

Presbyterian layperson and former Secretary of State, Dr. Condoleezza Rice, recently addressed the AIG ConnectEd event in Nashville. She told the thousands of financial advisors that the world…

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PCUSA Washington office needs lesson on U.S. Constitution

I learned in seventh grade civics that according to Article V there are only two ways to amend the Constitution of the United States. The first method is…

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