Publications and periodicals

  • The Racial Ethnic Torch Fall 2014

    From Presbyterian Mission AgencyRacial Ethnic & Women's Ministries

    In this issue, you'll meet young adult Presbyterian leaders. You'll meet Asian young adult leaders, who wrestled with the theme of "New Leadership in a Changing Environment" at the Pan Asian English Ministries Pastors' Conference. You will be introduced to young women who attended the Commission on the Status of Women in New York and some who shared their hopes for the church with us at a Season of Listening with the Young Adult Women event held this summer. 

  • The Racial Ethnic Torch Spring 2012

    From Presbyterian Mission AgencyRacial Ethnic & Women's Ministries

    In this issue, you will meet emerging racial ethnic leaders who are transforming the church even as they are themselves being transformed. You will learn about significant achievements by racial ethnic congregations and interest groups, exciting new additions to our ministry staff, and upcoming events.

  • The Racial Ethnic Torch Spring 2015

    From Presbyterian Mission AgencyRacial Ethnic Torch

    In this issue of the Racial Ethnic Torch, we lift up women of color and continue celebrating the "Decade of Hearing and Singing New Songs to God" to recognize and celebrate the gifts of women of color in the church. 

  • The Racial Ethnic Torch Summer 2011

    From Presbyterian Mission AgencyRacial Ethnic & Women's Ministries

    In this issue, you will meet emerging racial ethnic leaders who are transforming the church even as they are themselves being transformed. You will learn about significant achievements by racial ethnic congregations and interest groups, exciting new additions to our ministry staff, and upcoming events.

  • The Racial Ethnic Torch Summer 2013

    From Presbyterian Mission Agency

    In this issue, you will meet emerging racial ethnic leaders who are transforming the church even as they are themselves being transformed. You will learn about significant achievements by racial ethnic congregations and interest groups, exciting new additions to our ministry staff, and upcoming events

  • The Racial Ethnic Torch Summer 2014

    From Presbyterian Mission AgencyRacial Ethnic & Women's Ministries

    In this issue, you will meet Racial Ethnic leaders who are transforming the church even as they are themselves being transformed. You will learn about significant issues and initiatives that relate to racial ethnic congregations and interest groups, exciting new additions to our ministry staff, and General Assembly events.

  • The Racial Ethnic Torch Winter 2013

    From Presbyterian Mission AgencyRacial Ethnic & Women's Ministries

    In this issue, you will meet emerging racial ethnic leaders who are transforming the church even as they are themselves being transformed. You will learn about significant achievements by racial ethnic congregations and interest groups, exciting new additions to our ministry staff, and upcoming events.

  • The Report of the Middle East Study Committee

    From Office of the General Assembly220th General Assembly (2012)

    Increasingly, we find that we are living in a world with numerous walls and barriers. These are walls that force us to live in sometimes small and isolated compartments. These walls and the resulting compartments often prevent us from seeing and understanding the lives of others who live in different compartments or on the other side of the wall from us. These walls are leading many to live in fear, isolation, and poverty; therefore, preventing all parties from living in peace.

  • The Role of the Constitution in the Life of the Church

    From Office of the General AssemblyCommunications

    An Address at Columbia Theological Seminary on April 26, 2002, by Clifton Kirkpatrick, Stated Clerk of the General Assembly.

    A People of the Book

    There is no group of Christian people for whom constitutions are more important than for Presbyterians. In a strange way, the book review editor of the Charlotte Observer captured this insight when the General Assembly met in Charlotte in 1998. She had a habit of informing the community about conventions being held in the city by doing a book review of the book that was the "best seller" at each of the major conventions that came to Charlotte. The Presbyterian Church (USA) presented her with a real challenge. Can you guess which book is the "best seller" at our assemblies year after year? You got it right! It's the Book of Order. For a book review editor who was used to reviewing the latest novel by John Grisham, a new book on management, or an analysis of world events, doing a review on the Book of Order and making it exciting for the average newspaper reader was daunting.

  • The Sam & Helen R. Walton Award History

    From Presbyterian Mission AgencyMission Program Grants

    A list of all Sam & Helen R. Walton Awardees since the program's inception arranged by the year the award was presented

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