Conference to Examine Presbyterian Church ‘Revoice’ Movement

In partnership with the Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals, the 2021 Pensacola Theological Institute Conference will examine the controversial ‘Revoice’ LGBTQ movement within the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA) June 16-18 at McIlwain Presbyterian Church located at 1220 East Blount Street in Pensacola, Fla. Attendance is $55 for individuals, $175 maximum for families.

Drs. Jon Payne and Richard Phillips are ministers in the PCA which as of 2019 had 89 presbyteries, more than 1,500 churches, and over 380,000 members (see They also will discuss sexual identity and purity within the Church. For more information and to register, visit

In an article for the Gospel Reformation Network, led by Payne “to cultivate healthy Reformed” PCA churches, he writes, “The sexual revolution has come to the PCA, and it has introduced itself through Revoice … The controversy over Revoice and the new ‘Gay Christian’ movement will surely test the mettle of our beloved denomination. Will the PCA end up losing her biblical moorings by embracing doctrine which is a clear departure from the Scriptures?” (See

The Alliance Executive Director Bob Brady said, “Our desire is that conference attendees may understand what’s happening in the Church and be equipped to speak with ‘one voice’ to our culture.”

About the Speakers:
* Jon Payne is senior pastor of Christ Church Presbyterian in Charleston, S.C. He is the executive coordinator of the Gospel Reformation Network, and serves as a trustee with the Banner of Truth Trust and the Heidelberger Society.

* Richard Phillips is senior minister of Second Presbyterian Church in Greenville, S.C. He has authored myriad books and articles and frequently speaks at conferences on the Bible and Reformed theology.

About the Alliance: Headquartered in Lancaster, Pa., the Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals is a coalition of pastors, scholars, and churchmen who hold to the historic creeds and confessions of the Reformed faith and who proclaim biblical doctrine in order to foster a Reformed awakening in today’s Church. Visit

(SOURCE: Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals)

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