Brochures and cards

  • Presbyterians Today Church Subscription Plans Brochure

    From Presbyterian Mission AgencyPresbyterians Today Magazine

    A church subscription plan to Presbyterians Today gives you a convenient and inexpensive way to educate and inspire your congregation’s leaders; nurture and deepen your members’ faith; energize your members for involvement in mission and highlight what it means to be Presbyterian.

  • Presbyterians for Just Immigration Postcard

    From Office of the General AssemblyImmigration

    All human life should be lived in accordance with the principles established by God for the life of people and of nations. This is a basic emphasis in my Presbyterian heritage of faith. I thank you for your service to my community and the nation as a whole. As a resident of your district, I want to ask you to help make this community and nation welcoming and safe for new immigrants by supporting Comprehensive Immigration Reform that includes:

    *Opportunities for hard-working immigrants to regularize their status, pursue an option to become permanent residents;

    *Reform in our family-based immigration system ...

  • Racial Ethnic & New Immigrant Initiative

    From Presbyterian Mission AgencyRacial Ethnic & Women's Ministries

    Imagine wanting to deepen your faith and finding the door locked. Now imagine you are the key that people need.

    Won't you open the door for others?  Learn how you can help racial ethnic and new immigrant worshiping communities experience the joy and love of Jesus Christ.


  • Rev. Cathy Chang and Juan Lopez Prayer Card

    From Presbyterian Mission AgencyMission Connections

    Use this card as you pray for mission co-workers Cathy Chang and Juan Lopez. The card includes a photo and overview of their work. As Regional Facilitator for Addressing Migration and Human Trafficking, Cathy and Juan are walking alongside global partners in their efforts to address these issues. They are also collaborating with Asian churches and non-governmental organizations to assist with coordination efforts to end the scourge of modern-day slavery. They carry a deep concern for those whose hope for a better life for themselves and their families have been dashed by human traffickers. “I pray the Lord would lead ...

  • Rev. Choon Lim and Yen Hee Lim Prayer Card

    From Presbyterian Mission AgencyMission Connections

    Use this card as you pray for Mission Co-workers the Rev. Choon Lim and Yen Hee Lim. The card includes a photo of them and an overview of their work.

    Choon and Yen Hee Lim were appointed as mission co-workers in 1991. For six years, they worked on the islands off the coast of South Korea in the “Island Medical Mission” of the Presbyterian Church of Korea. In 1997, they went to Taiwan to develop a ministry among aboriginal college students in Hualien with the Presbyterian Church in Taiwan. In their third assignment, Choon is the PC(USA) regional liaison ...

  • Rev. David Cortes-Fuentes and Josefina Saez Acevedo Prayer Card

    From Presbyterian Mission AgencyMission Connections

    Use this card as you pray for mission co-workers David Cortes and Josey Saez Acevedo. The card includes a photo and overview of their work. David and Josey are working in partnership with the Presbyterian Reformed Church in Cuba. David is teaching New Testament and Greek at the Evangelical Theological Seminary in Matanzas, while Josey will assist the Cuban church in Christian education efforts. “Our earliest memories of our sense of call to ministry have been in the area of education,” David says. As natives of Puerto Rico, David and Josey share some ethnic and cultural affinities with the people ...

  • 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 ...

  • Rev. Dr. Bill and Ann Moore Prayer Card

    From Presbyterian Mission AgencyMission Connections

    Use this card as you pray for Mission Co-workers the Rev. Dr. Bill and Ann Moore. The card includes a photo of them and an overview of their work.

    In partnership with the Reformed Church in Japan, Bill and Ann are planting a new church in a rural community just north of Kobe. They reach out to people who have had very little contact with Christianity. Through Sunday school, evangelistic meetings, sponsorship of numerous community events and personal relationships, they witness to the good news of Jesus Christ in a land where there is great spiritual hunger. The Christian movement ...

  • Rev. Dr. Dustin Ellington and Sherri Ellington prayer card

    From Presbyterian Mission AgencyMission Connections

    Use this card as you pray for Mission Co-workers the Rev. Dr. Dustin Ellington and Sherri Ellington. The card includes a photo of their and an overview of their work.

    Dustin teaches New Testament, Greek and preaching at Justo Mwale Theological University College, an institution that trains future pastors for service in Zambia, Malawi, Zimbabwe and beyond. The church in this region of Africa has grown exponentially in the last two or three generations and has claimed a central role in solving the region’s societal problems. The enormous growth has also left churches in need of trained pastors who ...

  • Rev. Gordon and Dorothy Gartrell Prayer Card

    From Presbyterian Mission AgencyMission Connections

    Use this card as you pray for Mission Co-workers the Rev. Gordon and Dorothy Gartrell. The card includes a photo and overview of their work.

    Gordon and Dorothy work in partnership with the United Presbyterian Church of Brazil in ministries of church planting and leadership training in Belem, Brazil. They are helping a small church grow through a ministry of leadership development. Once that church is stronger, they will begin work in church planting. They realize this is a long process, but their patience is fueled by a strong love for the Brazilian people. “We are called to share God ...

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