The Presbyterian Mission Agency Board (PMAB) today (Feb. 6) approved a proposal from four key staff that they be allowed to develop a plan for the ongoing ministry of Stony Point Center in New York for the board’s consideration in April.
At age 88, Dean Lewis doesn’t know how many more trips to Cuba he has left. But over the course of more than 40 trips since his first visit to the island in October 1990 one thing is certain: no Presbyterian has gained keener insight into or made more friends with Cuban Presbyterians.
The Rev. Kathleen Bostrom, a prolific writer whose works have been translated into 17 languages around the world, has been named recipient of the 2014 David Steele Distinguished Writer Award by the Presbyterian Writers Guild.
The Rev. CeCe Armstrong, pastor of Grace Presbyterian Church in Lantana, Fla., opened the Presbyterian Mission Agency Board meeting here Feb. 5 by tossing a big salad.
Preaching from Ephesians 2:11-22 on Christian unity, Armstrong said she had only five minutes to present a picture of what it might look like to come together and be one. And so she prepared a salad.
As the plummeting temperatures and winter storms of the last few weeks have reminded us, we are in the season of winter, when the world is at its darkest. This is the time when Earth orbits the sun in its widest arc, shortening the day and lengthening the night. For many, it is a time of searching for light.
루이빌—벨하 신앙고백은 인종과 인종 차별의 역사를 지니고 계속해서 씨름하고 있는 미국 장로교와 특별한 연관성을 지니고 있으며, 우리 교단 신앙고백서에 포함되어야 한다.
이것이 벨하 신앙고백과 관련하여 총회 특별 위원회가 전하는 핵심 메세지들 중의 하나이며, 특별 위원회는 이번 주에 제 221차 미국 장로교 총회(2014)에 전달하는 보고서와 추천 사항들을 발표할 것이다.
The Presbyterian Reformed Church in Cuba (IPRC) is building a growing sense of trust and mutual respect with the Cuban government through a program that seeks to integrate religious, social, family and citizenship values in children and youth.
Two high school seniors appeared before the Jan. 11 meeting of the Presbytery of the Twin Cities Area, asking for divestment of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) Foundation and the denomination’s Board of Pensions from all fossil fuel company stocks and bonds.
The Executive Committee of the Presbyterian Mission Agency Board is recommending that this summer’s 221st General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) approve two church-wide initiatives focusing on education and missional living.
The two proposals, “Educate a Child, Transform the World” and “Living Missionally,” would allow the mission agency to serve as a catalyst for church-wide movements that could take many different forms.
Sunday’s Super Bowl was dubbed by some as the “pot bowl,” as the Denver Broncos and Seattle Seahawks hail from the two states where fans can soon get marijuana as easily as they can get pizza. As public opinion has shifted in support of legalized marijuana, religious leaders are wrestling over competing interests, including high prison rates and legislating morality.