Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) General Assembly Stated Clerk Gradye Parsons joined church leaders and human rights activists calling President Obama to create a Commission of Inquiry to review interrogation policies and practices of the United States in the years after Sept. 11, 2001.
Not far from the well where Jesus encountered the Samaritan woman, the Rev. Ibrahim Nairouz continues to spread a message of reconciliation.
The farmers market at First Presbyterian Church in Warren, PA, offers more than fresh produce and baked goods — it also helps provide hunger relief to people across the country and globe.
On April 29 and 30, Christians from around the country will gather in Washington to protest the ongoing war in Iraq and ask President Obama to bring a just and lasting peace to Iraq.
Alzheimer’s disease and dementia are conditions that can cause exhaustion, confusion and restlessness — for the afflicted and their caregivers alike.
Three top leaders of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) have sent a letter to the denomination's presbyteries and congregations praising the tone of debate on potentially divisive matters and “giving thanks for a faithful and diverse church …”
Although her two trips to Bolivia under the auspices of the Presbyterian Hunger Program were unquestionably life-changing, it was a visit here from a former mission worker to Bolivia that unexpectedly changed how the Rev. Phyllis Zoon lived.
CALDWELL, ID — The College of Idaho Model UN Team earned a “Most Outstanding Delegation” award at the 2009 National Model United Nations Conference.
Only 14 of the 190 schools at the conference were awarded such distinction, the highest award given. The C of I was the only school from the Pacific Northwest recognized.
The international conference includes more than 3,000 delegates from liberal arts colleges and universities from around the world, including Germany, the U.K., China, Japan, Canada, Italy, Greece, France, Mexico, Switzerland, Egypt and Turkey.
ST. CHARLES, MO — Lindenwood University’s Social Work Program has achieved a ...
The Rev. Robert Boynton Smith, who served the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) in a variety of capacities during a career in ministry spanning more than 50 years, died April 24. He was 77.
Though the formal results await certification by the Office of the General Assembly, all unofficial tallies show that Amendment B — which would replace the current Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) constitutional requirement that church officers live in “fidelity within the covenant of marriage between a man and a woman or chastity in singleness” with a new section G-6.0106b of The Book of Order — has been defeated.