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This is a sermon from the Rev. Denise Anderson, Coordinator for Racial and Intercultural Justice at the Presbyterian Mission Agency. Rev. Anderson was Co-Moderator of the 222nd General Assembly (2016)… Read more »
Learn how your gifts to One Great Hour of Sharing were distributed by the Presbyterian Committee on the Self-Development of People.
The SDOP Sunday resource lifts up stories of community building, self-reliance, and hope – stories of God in action. It also provides hymns, liturgical suggestions, and how to access other… Read more »
Sermons and Liturgy is a thematic collection of sermons and liturgical materials celebrating the Presbyterian Committee on the Self-Development of People (SDOP). It helps pastors develop SDOP-themed worship services and… Read more »
From 1973 to 2009, the US prison population grew from 200,000 to two million, and people of color are disproportionately incarcerated, so standing against mass incarceration is a matter of… Read more »
Isaiah 58 describes a new kind of fast, not to give up bread but to share it. Isaiah calls us to “loose the bonds of injustice,” to “let the oppressed… Read more »
Systemic injustice is much more difficult to recognize than overt acts of racism, making it a much more difficult problem to address. Studies have shown that social institutions—such as schools,… Read more »
The Presbyterian Giving Catalog provides examples of how your generosity can help make an impact around the world. With examples like goats, chicks or new wells providing clean drinking water,… Read more »
See a listing of how 2012 One Great Hour of Sharing funds were used by Self-Development of People, the Presbyterian Hunger Program and Presbyterian Disaster Assistance.
See a listing of how 2010 One Great Hour of Sharing funds were used by Self-Development of People, the Presbyterian Hunger Program and Presbyterian Disaster Assistance.