Our Mission
GCP’s mission is to produce resources for the church’s work of nurturing and equipping the people of God . . . and doing so with a focus on building Christ’s kingdom and preparing believers to “glorify God and enjoy him forever.”

Learn more at: www.gcp.org

Our Perspective
GCP’s place among Christian educational publishers is that we operate from a Reformed perspective and seek to reflect the distinctive doctrines of grace. We stand fast on the Scriptures as the only infallible rule of faith and practice. Our theology is based on the Westminster Confession of Faith and Catechisms. See Westminster Standards & Catechisms.

Our Vision
Consistent with the missionary vision of its parent churches, GCP is seeking to serve the church-at-large with solidly biblical, Reformed publications. Our goal is to assist God’s people with the exciting ministry of discipling lives in response to the Great Commission.

Our Distinctives
Great Commission Publications has five theological and biblical distinctives that define who we are and what we believe:

The Reformed approach to the Bible sees it as the complete, unified Word of God. Therefore, we examine each part in light of the whole…ultimately to grasp the entirety of God’s revelation to us.

When we encounter any biblical truth, it teaches us about God as our sovereign Creator/Redeemer/King. And we discover man’s chief end: To glorify God and enjoy him forever!

The unfolding story of salvation is the focal point of Scripture, from Genesis to Revelation. Showing Jesus, who came to seek and save the lost, pervades everything we publish.

God’s covenant of grace is a key thread that ties the Bible together. We build on this theme to teach all ages about his constant promise to be our God.

The mission of growing in grace and passing our faith on to the next generation calls for a partnering of church leaders and parents.

Who We Are
GCP is a ministry of the Committee on Christian Education of the Orthodox Presbyterian Church and the Committee for Christian Education & Publications of the Presbyterian Church in America. The non-profit corporation is jointly run by a representative Board of Trustees consisting of ministers and elders from both churches.