This resource has been developed for men facing the news of problem pregnancy with an unmarried partner in a variety of difficult circumstances.
This resource is for persons helping others face the loss of a baby in a variety of different circumstances — e.g., a woman who has chosen to place a baby for adoption, or who has chosen to have an abortion, or who has miscarried a baby. In caring, compassionate love, we who have experienced God’s amazing grace are called to be instruments of healing, comfort, and support to all who are struggling through traumatic experiences
This resource has been developed for women facing the news of a problem pregnancy in a variety of difficult circumstances regarding their pregnancy — e.g., being regarded as a minor, or being the victim of rape or incest, or if there is a congenital anomaly in the fetus.
We have the knowledge, skills, and resources to reduce our energy consumption and switch to alternative energy sources that are less harmful to the environment. Prompt action and leadership can keep global climate change from causing its worst impacts. The Climate Care Challenge is a two part commitment that first asks participants to make a personal step to help decrease the impacts of climate change, then asks for an outward step that engages the participants community. Resource available as a single page 8 1/2X 11 document or an 11x17 document.
One of the main objectives of this call to mission service in Malawi is to improve the quality of education for the children, including those with special needs, of the Church of Central Africa Presbyterian. Additionally, this appointment will serve to encourage the education and empowerment of girls, address violence against girls, and facilitate the retention of girls in school, so that they may share in the socio-economic blessings of a quality education. This ministry has the potential to transform communities through the improvement of educational processes. “God has instilled within me a love for the education of children and …
Cents-Ability is a strategy for raising hunger awareness. Cents-Ability materials offer help for presbyteries and congregations wanting to begin or expand hunger education and fund-raising programs. This brochure includes a brief history and explanation of Cents-Ability. Print and fold in half.
Learn about SDOP funded partners. Interpret the SDOP ministry with this one page brochure with information on how to get involved.
Download the Presbyterian Office of Public Witness (OPW) domestic and international priorities brochure for 2019. It outlines OPW's focus on important issues for this calendar year.
This 3 page downloadable document contains information about the Presbyterian Peacemaking Program's 2020 Mosaic of Peace Conference in Israel/Palestine. The dates of the conference are March 15-28, 2020. Applications will be accepted through October 15, 2019 and after that date as space is available.
Intended for short-term mission and study tour leaders, this toolkit offers resources for discerning whether to go, where to go and how to prepare for and guide a group. You will find insightful resources and practical tools to plan, prepare for, lead and participate in short-term, cross-cultural trips with humility and an openness to learn and grow. This document explains how to use this toolkit. To learn more, visit pcusa.org/toolkits/short-term-mission.