Brochures and cards
A pamphlet describing the Presbyterian Coffee Project.
Celebrate accomplishments in leader development through Opening Doors to Discipleship by awarding certificates of participation in or completion of each course.
Print these certificates in color or black and white. Use these samples to fill out and award forms to members in your congregation.
This brochure describes the story of the wrap, how to receive it as a thank you gift and ways to contribute to the Wrap Project.
The Wrap projects promotes understanding and support of the various aspects of Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)’s Presbyterian partners’ work in Africa. Caring for kids is something happening out of both love and necessity. The numbers of orphans are growing, due both to AIDS and other causes. Hunger continues to stunt children’s growth, impair learning ability and be a cause of death for one child in the world every five seconds. The basic ...
This eight-page booklet provides an overview of the AIDS ministry in Africa starting with the scope and severity of the AIDS issue and ending with the response of our African church partners to this crisis through prevention, home-based care and care for children.
Evangelical Seminary of Puerto Rico (Seminario Evangelico de Puerto Rico)
Seminary profiles are great individualized introductions to our seminaries. There are 12 profiles — one for each seminary. They may be used one at a time, in groups or as a packet of 12 profiles.
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 ...