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Summer 2023 issue of the Presbyterian Hunger Program’s PHP Post – Addressing Root Causes
Global Hunger In this issue… War is a Root Cause of Hunger Thinking and Acting Both Globally and Locally Joining Hands: Celebrating Two Decades of Global Solidarity and Social Change… Read more »
Trip leaders should ask participants to fill out this Word file when traveling internationally.
Mission co-workers Ellen and Al Smith reflect on the importance of having travel medical insurance when traveling outside the U.S. Medical care in many foreign places is not always up… Read more »
Presbyterians yearn to join in partnership with the global church, coming together as one body in Christ. It is in the spirit of partnership with our brothers and sisters in… Read more »
This brief document responds to four questions commonly asked about mission work.
Whether a church has long-established mission partnerships or is not engaged in any mission activity, the foundation of healthy mission work begins with healthy relationships within the church. As a new or seasoned pastor in your church, consider approaching congregational mission work in the same way you might approach cross-cultural mission.
A brief history of Presbyterian mission in the U.S. and around the world, from the 1700s until today
Advertise your Peacemaker’s visit in the media.
By Yohan Hyun and Frank Macchia Presbyterian and Pentecostal both begin with the letter “P,” but many believe that is where the similarity ends. Spirit’s Gifts — God’s Reign provides… Read more »