Inspire a journey of prayer and faith-sharing with Engage, a new curriculum based on the well-loved Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) program of the same name.
Engage—developed in partnership with the Office of Evangelism of the PC(USA) and Congregational Ministries Publishing—connects the church with its community and equips members to live out and share their growing faith.
With prepublication orders from more than 600 Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) congregations, demand for the new hymnal has exceeded expectations fivefold.
“We Indigenous people grew tired of war, and this weariness led us to believe that true peace is built by all, through cultural diversity and taking into consideration good living for all Colombians,” said Jesús Chávez, senior councilor to the Regional Indigenous Council of Cauca (CRIC) at the launch of the Indigenous peoples’ peace proposal on Dec. 14, on the ancestral lands of the La Maria reservation in the southwestern department of Cauca.
As the nation marks the 150th anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation, PBS premieres “The Abolitionists,” a three-part series, Jan. 8.
Canadian documentarian Rob Rapley, the writer and director of the series, talked with Religion News Service about the role religion played in the lives of the abolitionists.
Ten Cedar Rapids-area churches and a synagogue have launched a program designed to provide hospitality — including warm beds, warm meals and warm smiles — to a handful of homeless families in Linn County.
As the children of Sandy Hook Elementary School returned to class on Jan. 3 for the first time since last month’s deadly shooting spree, they and their parents were greeted by police escorts, support counselors, teachers — and a team of four-legged pastors called “comfort dogs.”
First United Presbyterian Church of Coudersport, Pa., will reopen this weekend, just over a month after the church’s organist was shot and killed during worship by her ex-husband.
Following the murder of Alexander Men, the great Orthodox reformer, in September 1990, Western Christendom placed great hopes in his leading followers.
At a time when the ideals of compromise and collegiality seem like a distant dream in the nation’s capital, an unusually diverse coalition of religious leaders is asking Americans to pray for civility.
Compiled by The Presbyterian Outlook’s award-winning national reporter, the stories that made the most news for Presbyterians last year: