Kentucky Presbyterians are working with other faith and humanitarian groups to oppose a state immigration law patterned after the controversial measure adopted last year in Arizona.
A Dutch Church of Scotland minister has been appointed to one of Britain’s most prominent chaplaincy posts.
Janine Winkler loves reading books to her 2-year-old grandson Judah, but instead of sitting on her lap at her home in Michigan, he’s usually half a world away in Nigeria, where his father works for Wycliffe Bible Translators.
Ann M. Philbrick has been named the new associate for Church Growth and Transformation for the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)’s General Assembly Mission Council.
Born in Korea to a nominally Buddhist mother and a father with no specific religious identity, Jason Ku says he has always been a “seeker.”
In the wake of escalating tensions and civil unrest in the Middle East, Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) leaders today have issued a call to prayer for the peoples and nations of the Middle East, as well as PC(USA) partners.
After more than 130 years, the story of Sheldon Jackson College, a Presbyterian-affiliated college in Sitka, Alaska, seems to be coming to an end.
Young Lutherans around the world will tackle environmental justice through a new Lutheran World Federation (LWF) initiative “LWF together — the earth needs you,” beginning May 2011.
A top official of the Russian Orthodox Church has called for an official dress code to encourage propriety after previously suggesting that provocatively dressed women provoke immorality and violence.
A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit by gun rights advocates who claimed a Georgia law prohibiting weapons in a house of worship was unconstitutional.