This informative resource suggests ways in which local congregations can support the Self-Development of People ministry to economically poor community groups.
Vacation Bible School is a uniquely wonderful time to teach children about God’s love at work around the world. Presbyterian World Mission invites you to consider adding some international mission elements to your summer program. Included in this resource are ideas for connecting with a mission worker, doing crafts, playing games and singing songs that all link to God’s incredible love at work around the world.
The 220th General Assembly (2012) voted to begin the process of amending The Book of Confessions to include the Confession of Belhar (English, Spanish, Korean). Moderator Neal Presa appointed the Special Committee on the Confession of Belhar to study the confession and to provide education about the Confession of Belhar throughout the church.
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Join Presbyterian efforts to end the exploitation of children as soldiers. Find information about the issue and how you can become involved as well as a description of how to participate in the Red Hands Campaign.
PHEWA’s Presbyterians for Disability Concerns (PDC) Network co-sponsors this conference and community conversation, meant for congregations & worshiping communities, community organizations & agencies, families, caregivers, faith based organizations, and service providers who believe we are better together and want to include people with disabilities. Discover how we can partner together in our communities to make inclusion a reality. Learn strategies for inclusion and make connections with others who share the same vision.
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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.
Use this card as you pray for mission co-workers Larry and Inge Sthreshley. This card includes a photo and overview of their work. Larry works with partner churches and organizations to help them build capacity for health ministry in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. His work with Interchurch Medical Assistance (IMA) has helped partners run larger, internationally funded health programs that have positive impacts on health. Larry says his goal is to help the church “effectively demonstrate the love of Christ through health ministry.” Inge works with both IMA and the Presbyterian Church of Kinshasa with community garden …
Use this card as you pray for mission co-worker Leisa Wagstaff. This card includes a photo and overview of her work. After nearly 30 years as a mission co-worker, Leisa is working in her fifth African country, South Sudan. While in college, she visited what is now South Sudan and experienced a call to global mission and fell in love with Africa. Leisa helps the Presbyterian Church of South Sudan (PCOSS) strengthen its educational ministry by facilitating the repair and construction of primary schools, developing in-service teacher training programs, and nurturing community participation in education. Statistics show that …
Use this card as you pray for Mission Co-workers the Rev. Bob and Kristi Rice. The card includes a photo and overview of their work. Bob and Kristi serve alongside partners in ministry in South Sudan. Bob teaches theology and ethics at Nile Theological College, training future pastors and leaders. Kristi serves as economic development advisor for community development projects of the South Sudan Presbyterian Evangelical Church. They are encouraged that the church in South Sudan seeks to be a light for Christ and a voice for peace in the midst of suffering and conflict. Bob and Kristi seek …
Brochure for the Committee on Represenation in Korean.