Following the April 25 approval by the Audit Committee of the Presbyterian Mission Agency Board, the agency’s 2017 Annual Report has just been published. The full report is available online for reading or downloading.
미국장로교회 히스패닉/라틴계 코커스와 미국장로교 총회 정서기인 J. 허버트 넬슨 목사는 이번 주초 트럼프 대통령이 어떤 이민자들을 "동물"로 언급함에 대한 성명서를 발표했다.
"5월 18일 발행 된 성명서의 전체 본문:
미국장로교 히스패닉/라틴계 코커스와 정서기의 공동성명 제안
미국장로교회와 미국인들은 이 나라에서 이민자에 관한 염려스럽고 분열적인 언어 사용을 주장하는 대통령에 의해 사회 복지의 찢어짐을 계속 경험합니다. 충실한 장로교인은 인간이 하나님의 고유한 형상으로 창조되었다고 믿으며, 각각의 인간은 동등한 존중과 존엄을 가져야 합니다.
미국의 특정 이민자를 가리키는 "동물"은 도널드 트럼프Donald Trump 대통령의 외국인 혐오증을 다시 한번 입증합니다. 트럼프 대통령이 나중에 그의 냉담 스러운 말을 옹호했다는 사실은 자신의 정치가 부족함을 간단히 강조합니다.
El Caucus Presbiteriano Nacional Hispano/Latino y el Reverendo J. Herbert Nelson II, Secretario Permanente de la Asamblea General de la Iglesia Presbiteriana (EE.UU.) han emitido una declaración en respuesta a los comentarios del presidente Trump a principios de esta semana refiriéndose a ciertos inmigrantes como «animales».
A continuación, el texto completo de la declaración emitida el 18 de mayo:
Declaración conjunta del Caucus Presbiteriano Nacional Hispano/a Latino/a y del Secretario Permanente
La Iglesia Presbiteriana (EE. UU.) junto con el resto de los Estados Unidos, continúa experimentando la ruptura de nuestra unión social por parte de ...
We are looking for Cathy Reyes’ house,” we say to the three women walking down a dusty, deeply rutted road in this little town, 38 miles – but a three-hour drive – from Holguin, the nearest city.
“Oh, we’re going to Cathy’s for church,” the three women reply, beaming. And so they climb aboard our van for the short ride on to Cathy’s house.
The Hispanic/Latinx National Presbyterian Caucus and the Rev. J. Herbert Nelson, II, General Assembly Stated Clerk of the Presbyterian Church (U,S.A.) have issued a statement in response to President Trump’s comments earlier this week referring to certain immigrants as “animals.”
The complete text of the statement, issued May 18:
Joint Statement from the Hispanic/Latinx National Presbyterian Caucus and the Rev. J. Herbert Nelson, II, Stated Clerk
The Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), along with the rest of the United States, continues to experience the tearing apart of our social fabric by a president who insists ...
When it came time for my wife, Jodi, and me to accept a new call because of our children’s educational needs, it was difficult. Malawi was our home. We wondered how we could move away from our relationship with the Church of Central Africa, Presbyterian (CCAP), which had supported and encouraged us for more than two decades.
The clouds opened up on Wednesday, dropping heavy rain and forcing members of the Presbyterian Committee on the Self-Development of People (SDOP) to huddle under a thatch roof to meet with Oscar and Maria Zuniga. The couple lives and works on their farm in southeast Belize and are recipients of grant funding from SDOP.
Living Waters for the World (LWW), the global ministry of Synod of Living Waters, has partnered with popular all-girl singing group Cimorelli to raise awareness of the world’s water crisis and LWW’s efforts to address it. The group’s youngest members, Dani and Lauren, along with their father Mike Cimorelli, recently traveled to Cuba with LWW to meet with partners there. Their resulting awareness campaign, which includes the release of the song, Thirst For Life.
Abel Perviez says he talked to God and asked for 19 more years to complete his life’s work. He started the Presbyterian mission in this tiny town dominated by a large sugar mill in January 2015 with just six worshipers. The mission is now up to 30 members and is still growing.
“I told God my dream is to get to 80 people,” he says. Perviez is 81, so 19 more years would get him to 100. “I told God not to call me before then.”
PLACENCIA, Belize — A little more than six years ago, the families living in remote villages in the Toledo region of Belize were facing some serious problems. Children were undernourished, barely attending school, and there was little income to be made.