A growing tide of young Americans is drifting away from the religions of their childhood — and most of them are ending up in no religion at all.
A senior Greek Protestant has warned that minority denominations “face disaster” due to the country’s worsening economic crisis.
The African American Congregational Office invites you to share “What God is up to” in your African American congregation or community of worship and to learn how others are experiencing and expressing Christ’s love. It’s one way the staff hopes to use the office’s new website to better serve the needs of congregations.
Ash Wood, a Presbyterian living in Northern California, has just returned from a tree-planting trip to Afghanistan — his third since the age of 72.
Theological and historical gatherings begin this month in Mexico City to celebrate the 155 years of Reformed presence in the country (1857-2012) and the 140th anniversary of the establishment of the National Presbyterian Church of Mexico (INPM).
When the Supreme Court ruled that a Christian student group could only be recognized at a small public law school if it accepted non-Christians and gays as potential leaders, some lawyers and campus advocates grew nervous.
Indonesian authorities have closed and sealed off 17 Christian places of worship in the Aceh Singkil district in the past two weeks after Muslim protests on April 30.
For days after he enrolled in a required Bible course at LCC International University, Georgij sat in the class and scowled indignantly at his professor, Presbyterian mission co-worker Jane Holslag.
He had come to the Christian school in Klaipeda, Lithuania, because he wanted the educational opportunities it offers. However, he didn’t want anything to do with the Christian faith the university considers foundational to its mission.
The General Assembly Mission Council (GAMC) today (May 11) recommended to the upcoming 220th General Assembly mission budgets for 2013 and 2014 that vividly portray the continuing decline in giving to the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)’s mission agency.
Culminating a ten-month strategy process, the General Assembly Mission Council (GAMC) today approved a recommended mission budget of $82 million for 2013 and $78 million for 2014. The budget aligns the ministries of the GAMC with the six strategic directions of the Mission Work Plan for 2013–16 that was approved by the GAMC in February 2012: