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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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August 27, 2012

Rethinking the term "Success"

As the PCUSA focuses its efforts on poverty reduction, a question needs to be asked: What is poverty?
August 20, 2012

The Mission Example of the Colombia Accompaniment Program

Sarah Henken reflects on how participation in the Colombia Accompaniment Program has informed and shaped her understanding of effective mission and relationship building in the church.
August 15, 2012

More Room At The Table!

Seats available; Submit your request today!

While there is still a limited space we can work with at the actual Dallas II Mission Consultation, we (like Uncle Sam) want YOU to consider joining us at the table for discussion and participation!


August 13, 2012

Working for Evangelism, Education, & Social Services in Colombia

Rev. Diego Higuita describes the work of the IPC in Colombia, especially as it relates to furthering the realization of the fulfillment of the Kingdom of God described in Isaiah 61, and claimed by Christ in Luke 4.
August 7, 2012

Contributing to the Conversation

If you've been wondering how to get involved with our online conversation moving up to the Dallas II Consultation, take a look at this video. We'd love to have your voice in all of this!

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