Through the Waters is the blog of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) Christian vocation ministries. Because the ministry of Christian vocation affirms the need for all baptized Christians – including Presbyterians - to identify and claim their call to discipleship in each decision and life choice, this blog is designed to serve as a resource for youth and young adults, as well as those in ministry with them, to assist the Holy Spirit in God’s movement in this journey through the waters. Take some time to read and think about your own responses to the questions posed here. For additional resources, we suggest that you visit our website.
The season of the church year we call Lent consists of the six weeks (40 days) prior to Easter. It is during this time that we engage in prayer and remember Christ's sacrifice on our behalf.
The online devotional d365 provides a wonderful resource for daily prayer and Scripture. You are invited on this journey, the Journey to the Cross.
There is no question that God touches our lives in very different ways. We come to know God in ways that may not be similar to that of our neighbor. None of us travels the same path down the journey of faith.
He felt the movement of the Holy Spirit at a confirmation retreat during a song. Having been a part of a band and being a proclaimed musician, this was an emotional experience.
She grew up going to summer camp and experienced God’s presence through a mission experience as a part of that camp. She cannot imagine her ...