Admitting to being a “recovering fundamentalist,” Ray Jones, coordinator of evangelism for the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), told the group how he never heard the word “grace” until he was 17. That was when his high school sweetheart — now wife — brought him the Good News and drew him into the Presbyterian fold.
Presbyterians involved with college ministry gathered at the 219th General Assembly (2010) to discuss their work and those they serve.
The Health Issues Committee of the 219th General Assembly (2010) opened Tuesday morning passing a motion to reconsider the previously approved “Taking a Stand Against Forced and Coerced Abortions.”
The Form of Government Revision Committee of the 219th General Assembly (2010) voted 37-5 Tuesday to send the proposed Foundations of Presbytery Polity and revised Form of Government to the full Assembly.
Continuing an unintentional theme of this year’s General Assembly, the Rev. Craig van Gelder spoke to the Company of Pastors luncheon about the changing face of mainline denominations and the future of Christian leadership in America.
For a man with experienced sea legs, a moment during Sunday’s worship at the 219th General Assembly (2010) made him weak in the knees.
On Monday, many General Assembly participants — those not hog-tied to committees or other obligations — enjoyed a river of living water, literally, thanks to the Committee on Local Arrangements.
The 219th General Assembly Peacemaking and International Issues Committee voted 49-2 on Monday to recommend that the Assembly call on the U.S. government to end combat operations in Afghanistan.
The PC(USA) has made no statement calling for peace in Afghanistan since the war began in 2001.
In her years working for the General Assembly's network support for rural and small church ministries, Diana Stephen heard many success stories of small churches overcoming challenges to thrive in their communities.
On Monday, she shared some of those stories during a sold-out luncheon for small churches.
The Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) is writing the third chapter of a mission “love story” that began in 1837, a denominational mission leader said Sunday at the World Mission Luncheon.