The Council on Women and the Church (former UPCUSA) and the Committee on Women's Concerns (former PCUS) jointly appointed a focus group to initiate the study on the sexual exploitation of women. Due to funding limitations, the group focused on prostitution and tourism and the economic factors that nurture and sustain the exploitation of women.
You've taken the first steps in connecting with the world. Now the planning begins. Here are some frequently asked questions about hosting mission co-workers. When you are ready to take the next steps, contact Rachel Anderson, Program Assistant for Itineration Support, via email or t (800) 728-7228 ext. 5826.
Well Chosen Words, a guide to understanding and using inclusive language, developed by the Racial Ethnic and Women’s Ministries/PW ministry area in consultation with the Advocacy Committee on Women’s Concerns, cites Galatians 3:27-28 in which Paul asserts, “As many of you as were baptized into Christ have clothed yourself with Christ ... for all of you are one in Christ Jesus.” Inclusive language allows all God’s children to be one in Christ Jesus.
The guide encourages language choices that proclaim the fullness of God, outlining traditional depictions as well as newer images to describe God, Jesus and the Holy …
This brochure discusses the work of the Independent Abuse Review Panel (IARP) and offers suggestions on how you can help the victims.
From the brochure: “MK survivors have discovered that healing is possible when the secret is brought to light, when those who care about them acknowledge the truth of their experience, when the church reaches out and says, ‘This should not have happened.’”
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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.