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“God is working His purpose out!”

A letter from Ruth Brown in the U.S., on Interpretation Assignment from the Democratic Republic of the Congo | April, 2017

Presbyterian Hunger Program joins other Presbyterians at climate march in Washington

Presbyterians from across the country joined more than 150,000 people in Washington, D.C. last weekend for the People’s Climate March. Crowds lined the streets from the Capitol to the White House, ending the march at the Washington Monument. The large demonstration and smaller ones around the country were planned to coincide with the Trump administration’s 100th day in office.

The Best Years of Our Lives

A letter from Becky and Eric Hinderliter in the U.S., ending service in Lithuania | Lent 2017

Successful Yard Gardens

A letter from Mark Hare in the U.S., on Interpretation Assignment from Haiti and the Dominican Republic

Ridgill tells Triennium worshipers that God is F-U-N

No overcast sky could dampen the enthusiasm of the more than 4,700 worshipers who exited Thursday afternoon’s service at the Presbyterian Youth Triennium being held this week on the campus of Purdue University.

The Trouble with Mission

A letter from Cindy Corell in the U.S., on Interpretation Assignment from Haiti

PC(USA) seminary news

A compilation of news from Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) and other seminaries Presbyterian News Service Gregg Brekke A compilation of news from Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) seminaries including Auburn Theological Seminary, Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary, Columbia Theological Seminary, Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary, Pittsburgh Theological Seminary, Princeton Theological Seminary and Union Presbyterian Seminary; and other pertinent seminary news. Auburn… Read more »

Sierra Leone slowly recovers following 2014-15 Ebola outbreak

Ecumenical partners update Presbyterian Mission Agency staff Presbyterian Mission Agency staff received an update on life in Sierra Leone, post-Ebola this week. Two people, one who lives and works in the troubled country and another who works there, spent several days with staff in Louisville, reporting on the physical, psychological and economic health of the country,… Read more »