The use of unmanned aerial vehicles (drones) in warfare and church policy on human trafficking will be among the issues discussed by the Peacemaking and International Issues Committee of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)’s 221st General Assembly.
The FIFA World Cup opens in Sao Paulo on Jun. 12 and comes to a close on Jul. 13 in Rio de Janeiro. And there is concern that the current protests could escalate during the global sports event.
There was Jimmy Carter the president, Jimmy Carter the Habitat home builder and now what you might call Jimmy Carter 3.0: international advocate for women’s rights.
About two months after he began his yearlong term as a Young Adult Volunteer in the Philippines, Duncan Kirk found himself in an unforeseen situation ― dealing with the aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan.
Meeting in Detroit ― which is emblematic of the social and economic malaise affecting both the United States and the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) ― the Assembly Committee on Mission Coordination of the PC(USA)’s 221st General Assembly will address a number of issues related to racism, employment, compensation and how to revive the nation’s urban areas and the churches in them. The Assembly meets June 14-21.
At First Presbyterian Church of Neenah ― in Winnebago Presbytery ― a unique form of ministry with young adults has evolved.
Raafat Girgis wants the Presbyterian world to know that the 221st General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A), starting this week in Detroit, is not the church’s only show this summer.
An Assembly Committee that only acronym maniacs could love will address items of business related to four of the six national agencies of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) ― the Board of Pensions (BOP), Presbyterian Investment and Loan Program (PILP), Presbyterian Publishing Corporation (PPC) and the Presbyterian Foundation ― at the denomination’s 221st General Assembly, June 14-21 in Detroit.
Anglicans in the Diocese of Recife, Brazil, based here are using stories in the Bible to help them reach out to their community through social campaigns and look after their environment.
For Southern Baptists, it’s happened again: Another annual report shows the denomination is losing members and baptizing fewer people.