A Letter from Hery Ramambasoa, Regional Liaison for Southeast Asia and the Pacific, based in Fiji
Write to Hery Ramambasoa
Individuals: Give online to E200493 for Hery Ramambasoa’s sending and support
Congregations: Give to D507595 for Hery Ramambasoa’s sending and support
Churches are asked to send donations through your congregation’s normal receiving site (this is usually your presbytery)
Please take a look at these articles.
The first is from Crossroads Fall 2019 page 14 entitled “A sinking feeling: Climate change is changing more than the climate in Asia and the Pacific.” I sat down to ask Frances Namoumou, head of the Pacific Conference of Churches Stewardship Desk, why climate change is causing some people in the Pacific to feel forced to leave the land they call home.
You can find it by clicking the link below or by going to PCUSA.org and searching for Mission Crossroads 2019. Mission Crossroads Fall 2019 (mydigitalpublication.com)
The second is from July 26, 2019 with the title: “New mission co-workers circle up to discuss mission in partnership.” by Tammy Warren | Presbyterian News Service.
You can find it by clicking on the link below. Presbyterian Mission Agency Presbyterian Mission: Then and now | Presbyterian Mission Agency
I hope you enjoy them.
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