A renewed movement of advocates for international mission at the synod and presbytery levels was launched here May 8–10.
The Presbyterian News Service will be closed during the week of May 18-22 as all offices of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)’s General Assembly Council take a mandatory unpaid furlough.
Living Waters for the World — a mission program of the Synod of Living Waters that trains people in the installation, partnership and hygiene of clean water systems — will hold its first ever summer training session of its Clean Water U.
With more than 30 years of clinical and administrative experience in the field of nursing, the Rev. Robert Hattle was trained to promote health and preserve life, gifts he now gratefully shares both with his congregation and with the larger community here.
The members of the sixth and final special committee named by the moderator of the 218th General Assembly have varied experiences but are united by their interest in youth and young adult ministries.
Maybe we need an Extreme Planet Makeover.
As if 3.7 million people unemployed since January, tornadoes, and flooding were not enough, now we have swine flu. I am sure there are locusts warming up somewhere.
When Nathan Roe Dorner was baptized on Sunday, May 3, he wasn’t the only one to experience rebirth and new life in Christ. Standing with him at the threshold of renewal were four generations of Dorners, together with the whole of the Starmount Presbyterian Church family.
May is a special month for the Reyes-Chow/Pugh household. Two of us celebrate birthdays one day apart. This year, our middle daughter Abby turned eight and I hit the big 40.
Birthdays are a funny thing. On one level, it is another day to be thankful to be alive. At the same time, it is an opportunity to reflect on how one is doing on one’s walk with God, and how we as parents are doing in caring for these gifts God has left under our care.
Johnson C. Smith University (JCSU) in Charlotte, NC, inaugurated Ronald Lee Carter as the historically Black Presbyterian college’s 13th president on April 16 with several days of activities.
Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)-related publications won 18 awards in the 2008 “Best of the Christian Press” competition sponsored by the Associated Church Press(ACP) — the oldest and largest religious press association in North America.
The Presbyterian News Service (PNS) — which will undergo a General Assembly Council review beginning May 11 — led the way with six awards, including third place in the prestigious “Best in Class” category for religious news services. It marks the 11th time in the last 12 years PNS has placed in the ACP’s top category.
HORIZONS — the magazine of Presbyterian Women — won five awards ...