제 220차 미국 장로교 총회장인 닐 프레사 목사는 제 221차 미국 장로교 총회의 14개 해당 위원회를 위해 그가 선택한 위원장과 부위원장을 다시 한 번 확증면서, 그들의 선출 과정이 어떤 이해관계도 없이 객관적으로 진행되었다는 것을 강조했다.
그의 이러한 확언은 중동 이슈 해당 위원회의 리더 선출과 관련된 질문들에 기인한 것이다. 그 자리를 위해 처음 부탁을 받은 위원장이 사임을 했기에 다른 사람으로 대치된 것이다.
The voices of women between the ages of 18 and 30 are needed by Racial Ethnic and Women’s Ministries/Presbyterian Women, which will be hosting a special event during the 221st General Assembly (2014) to seek input.
On this day 99 years ago, the Ottoman Empire began the massacre of 1.5 million Christian Armenians and expelled one million more from their historic homeland (now Turkey). It was World War I, and the crimes proceeded unabated by other global powers. Consequently, Adolf Hitler once asked, "Who, today, remembers the Armenians?"
Presbyterian Mission Agency Board (PMAB) members today (April 23) heard more about a stirring new Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) initiative to provide quality education to 1 million children worldwide by the year 2020.
Caring for the earth is important business at Crosslake Presbyterian Church here.
It’s so important that the Rev. Roger Grussing, pastor emeritus and chair of the congregation’s Energy Stewardship Task Force, can quickly recite five ways the congregation is demonstrating earth stewardship.
The congregation plans to celebrate its earth stewardship with an “Earth Care Fair” Saturday, April 26, followed by the dedication of its solar electricity generating system Sunday, April 27.
A communiqué adopted at a World Council of Churches (WCC) consultation describes human trafficking as a “serious human rights violation” and its consequences are “most horrific results of the economic and social disparities that increase the vulnerability of millions of people.”
Heaven is not only “for real,” it’s pretty much for everyone in the new movie based on the near-death experience visions of a precocious preschooler.
“This harvest, there will be much food. We will not go hungry. And we have time for other things, too. We do not spend all our time in the fields. We have time to enjoy the life that God has given us.” Her pride was almost tangible, her joy infectious.
A Change is Gonna Come” is the theme of the National Black Presbyterian Caucus dinner at this year’s 221st General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). The dinner will be held at the Marriott Hotel near the Detroit’s Cobo Convention Center on Monday, June 16.
Dawn Karungari Gikandi, a 31-year-old Kenyan, has been ordained as a minister by the Presbyterian Church of East Africa (PCEA), a member church of the World Council of Churches (WCC). Gikandi is among only a few people who are both women theologians and persons with physical disability who serve the church as an ordained pastor.