Brochures and cards

  • How to Start or Revive a Presbytery COR

    From Office of the General AssemblyCommittee on Representation

    It takes the efforts of many persons committed to diversity and inclusiveness to breathe “new life” into Committees on Representation (CORs).

  • GACOR Brochure

    From Office of the General AssemblyCommittee on Representation

    The committee on representation will assist the church to move toward the goal of “wholeness in the emerging life” of the church. This wholeness is evident when all members of the body of Christ are able to use the gifts they have been given by the Holy Spirit for the equipping of the people of God. Wholeness is a part of God’s “shalom” for the world.

  • Prayer card - The Rev. Esther Wakeman

    From Presbyterian Mission AgencyMission Connections

    Use this card as you pray for Mission Co-worker The Rev. Esther Wakeman. The card includes a photo of her and an overview of her work.

    Esther is vice-president for spiritual and community life at Payap University in Chiang Mai, the first Christian university in Thailand. “This is a time of great social stress and change, and the privilege of helping prepare young leaders for the country is a great responsibility and honor,” she says. “Most of our staff and students are not Christian, but we live and work together in an educational institution established in the name of Christ ...

  • A prayer card with Kurt Esslinger and Hyeyoung Lee

    Kurt Esslinger and Hyeyoung Lee prayer card

    From Presbyterian Mission AgencyMission Connections

    Use this card as you pray for Mission Co-workers Kurt Esslinger and Hyeyoung Lee, The card includes a photo and overview of their work.

    Kurt and Hyeyoung will mentor Presbyterian Young Adult Volunteers (YAVs) who will spend one year living and serving in Korea. Their goal is to help the YAVs have a clear sense of their call to promote social justice, reconciliation, and evangelism as people of faith. As they guide young adults to reflect on their experience, Kurt and Hyeyoung will seek to prepare then to return to the United States to lead the church in working for ...

  • A prayer card with James and Nancy Adams

    James and Nancy Adams prayer card

    From Presbyterian Mission AgencyMission Connections

    Use this card as you pray for Long Term Volunteers James and Nancy Adams. The card includes a photo and overview of their work.

    Jay and Nancy serve at Black Forest Academy (BFA), a school for children of people serving in mission. The parents of BFA students work in approximately 50 countries and represent more than 25 mission agencies and denominations, including the Presbyterian Church (USA). Nancy teaches English to high school students, and Jay is a senior administrator.

  • A prayer card with Cesar Carhuachin

    Cesar Carhuachin prayer card

    From Presbyterian Mission AgencyMission Connections

    Use this card as you pray for Mission co-worker César Carhuachín. The card includes a photo and overview of his work.

     César has been called to teach biblical studies in the School of Theology at the Reformed University of Colombia. His classrooms will be occupied by men and women who will provide clergy leadership for the Presbyterian Church of Colombia and other Protestant churches in Colombia. César says Colombia is a placed where many are searching for meaning. “In this searching,” he explains, “people find many obstacles like the lack of equal opportunities for education, unfair ...

  • A prayer card with Elisabeth Cook

    Elisabeth Cook prayer card

    From Presbyterian Mission AgencyMission Connections

    Use this card as you pray for mission co-worker Elisabeth. This card includes a photo and overview of her work.  Elisabeth is very passionate about her service at the Latin American Biblical University (UBL) in Costa Rica. The school seeks to train leaders from all of Latin America and the Caribbean for ministries of community transformation. “I have learned that biblical interpretation has everything to do with human dignity, human rights, and social justice.” At UBL students from diverse social, religious, and cultural contexts acquire tools to read the Bible with new eyes in the face of poverty, exclusion, discrimination ...

  • A prayer card with Cindy Corell

    Cindy Corell prayer card

    From Presbyterian Mission AgencyMission Connections

    Use this card as you pray for mission co-worker Cindy Corell. This card includes a photo and overview of her work.As a companionship facilitator for FONDAMA, the Joining Hands program in Haiti, Cindy connects agricultural experts in Haiti with Haitian farmers to help farmers do what they do best—grow food for others. As the country continues to recover from the 2010 earthquake, Haitians are seeking to produce more food locally and rely less on imports. Cindy senses God’s call to empower the Haitian people. “Being a farmer’s daughter, I know the joy a farmer knows when ...

  • A prayer card with Rev. Dr. Barry Dawson and Shelly Dawson

    Rev. Dr. Barry Dawson and Shelly Dawson prayer card

    From Presbyterian Mission AgencyMission Connections

    Use this card as you pray for Mission Co-workers Barry and Shelly Dawson. The card includes a photo and overview of their work.

    Barry brings to mission service extensive ministry experience as a counselor and pastoral caregiver in international settings. He has serviced Presbyterian congregations in the United States and multi-cultural churches in Europe, the Middle East and Asia. “With eyes of faith, I can see that the providential hand of God has been shaping my life experiences and preparing my ministry to be used in the role of Regional Liaison for Southeast Asia,” he says. Shelly, a registered nurse ...

  • A prayer card with Mark Hare and Jenny Bent

    Mark Hare and Jenny Bent prayer card

    From Presbyterian Mission AgencyMission Connections

    Use this card as you pray for Mission Co-workers Mark Hare and Jenny Bent. The card includes a photo and overview of their work.

    From their base in the Dominican Republic, Mark and Jenny are committed to serving Haitian people. Mark, an agricultural technician commutes across the Haitian border to work with Mouvman Peyizan Papay (MPP), helping Haitians learn to grow lots of food on a small amount of land. Jenny, a community health consultant, works with the Evangelical Dominican Church in the bateys, company towns largely populated by Haitian sugar workers. In his work, Mark says he strives to ...

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