The parents of Tyler Clementi have left their longtime evangelical church due to its views on homosexuality.
For 24 hours, musicians of several nationalities and faiths honored sacred traditions and celebrated new forms of expression in the first Jerusalem Sacred Music Festival.
At its meeting on September 14, the Presbyterian Mission Agency Board unanimously approved a change in name for the Financial Aid for Studies office to Financial Aid for Service.
The name change formalizes a shift from an emphasis on education purely for the sake of education to education for a life of discernment and service.
Marriage is one of the most challenging things anyone can take on in life. Add the unique demands of military life to the mix, and it can make finding success in marriage even more difficult.
Hours after arriving in South Korea, the Rev. Neal Presa donned his pastoral robe and preached at Hong Kwang Presbyterian Church here.
The Presbyterian Mission Agency Board (formerly the General Assembly Mission Council) of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) has revised the 2013-2014 General Assembly mission budgets approved by the recent 220th General Assembly, increasing them by a combined $4.86 million.
A new study finds social media like Twitter and Facebook tear down economic and geographic barriers to help homeless people connect to their families and support networks.
The World Association for Christian Communication (WACC) said it welcomes a plan by Argentina’s National University of Entre Rios to oversee a seminar on “subjective construction of gender in the media.”
The Chicago Cultural Center will hold a free screening of the documentary Brink of Survival, which features Presbyterian mission co-worker Dr. Martha Sommers, on Friday, September 21. The film, shot on location in Malawi, southeast Africa, where Sommers has practiced medicine since 1997, takes viewers inside a small rural hospital struggling to care for more than 120,000 people, all nearly free of charge, with just one doctor. It documents the impacts of HIV/AIDS, poverty and the status of women on maternal-child health in one of the world’s poorest countries.
The Presbyterian Mission Agency Board (formerly the General Assembly Mission Council) voted unanimously today (Sept. 14) to cease funding of 145-year-old Barber-Scotia College in Concord, N.C. at the end of this year.