The Rev. Blair R. Monie, pastor of Preston Hollow Presbyterian Church in Dallas, is the featured preacher March 16, the second Sunday in Lent, on “Day 1” with host Peter Wallace, the nationally syndicated ecumenical radio program also accessible online at Day1.org.
A compilation of news from Presbyterian and Presbyterian-related seminaries.
With a congregation whose population is 95 percent Sudanese refugees, Cottage Grove Presbyterian Church in Des Moines, Iowa, might seem different from the average church in the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.).
But step into Cottage Grove’s kitchen and you’ll find a scene common to many churches: the preparations for a communal meal.
Bread for the World has launched its 2014 Offering of Letters campaign to urge Congress to reform U.S. food aid so it is more efficient and benefits millions more hungry people at no additional cost to taxpayers.
A two-year project in Bolivia coordinated by the World Association for Christian Communication (WACC) that concluded in 2013 used communication and information rights to help two historically marginalized groups — indigenous peoples and the disabled — access social services.
La confesión de Belhar es importante particularmente para la Iglesia Presbiteriana (E.E.U.U.), que continua luchando contra su historia de raza y racismo, y debe ser incluida en la denominación del Libro de Confesiones.
Ese fue uno de los mensajes clave que salió del comité especial de la Asamblea General con respecto a la Confesión de Belhar, el cual publicaran su reporte y recomendaciones esta semana que se enviaran a la 221va Asamblea General (2014).
Following the release of an independently produced study guide on Israel and Palestine, the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) reaffirms its commitment to a peaceful solution to the Israeli-Palestine conflict.
As one of the new international sites for the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)’s Young Adult Volunteer (YAV) program, Colombia is poised to continue its legacy of accompaniment and holistic ministry.
The death of a child immerses parents into an enduring journey facing one of life’s most heart-breaking losses. Pilgrimage through Loss invites readers into one family’s journey, along with interviews from thirty other mothers and fathers who add their insightful voices to the silence that often surrounds suffering in our “mourning-avoidant” culture.
Jennifer Swier remembers waking up in her South Dakota home one night this past July and thinking she should go downstairs to her computer.
The Sioux Falls pastor was in between calls, reflecting on conversations she’d had with young adults. In the past three years, the 46-year-old had co-led retreats at Camp Rimrock, hiking with small groups of young adults in the Big Horn Mountains.