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Better Together provides a space to share experiences with – and strategies for engaging – three critical global issues that PC(USA) global partners are challenging us to address together as the body of Christ.  These three issues are 1) addressing root causes of poverty, especially as it impacts women and children; 2) sharing the Good News of God’s love in Jesus Christ; and 3) working for reconciliation in cultures of violence, including our own.  The purpose of Better Together is to feed a conversation to shape concrete action strategies at the October 2012 “Dallas II: Better Together” consultation and beyond. 

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July 30, 2012

Addressing the Structural Causes of Spiritual Poverty

Clotilde Loza reflects on supporting women in Bolivia as they strive to rise out of a system of inequality.
July 23, 2012

The Pandora's Box of Boycott

Passionate voices testified before Committee 15 – the Assembly Committee on Middle East Peacemaking issues, both for and against divestment.
July 9, 2012

Dallas II - Part 2: Collective Impact

The philosophy behind the Dallas II Mission the understanding that the proclamation of the Kingdom of God is more effectively realized when done so in community.

July 4, 2012

Dallas II - Part 1: background for the consultation from Presbyterian World Mission

For the past two years Presbyterian World Mission (PWM) has been undergoing a process of strategic planning in light of the changing circumstances in the world and of new developments within our own denomination. In the course of its research and deliberations, PWM has decided to narrow its mission focus to three critical global issues, which can be summarized as addressing poverty, engaging in witness, and working for reconciliation in cultures of violence. It has also concluded that for maximum effectiveness its work should be done in collaboration with the broader Presbyterian family...