A paper about Presbyterian beliefs about the coming of Christ.
Ji-Yeon Yuh, Northwestern University The cost of the Korean War is commonly tallied in numbers: soldiers killed and wounded, civilians killed and wounded, villages destroyed, refugees evacuated, orphans created, families divided, napalm dropped, bombs exploded. Those numbers are worth repeating, for the sheer physical devastation of three years of war on a peninsula about the size of Idaho (roughly 85,000 square miles) is staggering.
Some people are hearing God call for a solemn assembly. You can learn what a solemn assembly is through studying these materials.
These resources, including articles, books, films/videos, websites, blogs, memoirs, poetry, novels, provide a good introduction to the No Gun Ri Massacre during the Korean War.
Presbyterian News on the Korean Conflict and Peacemaking Efforts, 2013-17
Published books about call and vocation are plentiful. A list, although not exhaustive, is included here.
Criteria for programs to be awarded a Birthday Offering grant
The Birthday Offering has a long tradition with Presbyterian Women.
The Birthday Offering is a PW offering collected in the spring of each year to celebrate the blessings in the lives of Presbyterian Women. The offering funds up to five projects that are not included in ongoing General Assembly mission support, such as agricultural development, child care, community organization, criminal justice, drug counseling, economic justice, elderly care, employment training, homelessness, literacy, violence and women’s concerns.
Learn about the projects funded since 1988.
During the 2012 Churchwide Gathering of Presbyterian Women, visitors to the Horizons space folded boats to float on the River of Hope. Use these instructions for a boat-making activity at your next event.
The Book of Order is Part II of the Constitution of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). This document contains the Form of Government, Directory for Worship, Rules of Discipline, and the Formula of Agreement.