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Tragically, after surviving decades of civil war and achieving independence, South Sudan continues to endure cycles of ethnic, political and resource-based conflict. This violence, however, does not reflect the hearts of the masses who long for a peaceful future for their children. While South Sudanese work diligently to address these issues, the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)… Read more »
This reproducible promotional brochure describes the 2018 Presbyterian Peacemaking Program conference, “Mosaic of Peace – Witnessing for Peace and Wholeness in a Land Called Holy.” The conference takes place in Israel and Palestine from April 29 – May 12, 2018, visiting three areas – Jerusalem for 4 nights, Bethlehem for 4 nights and Galilee for… Read more »
Creative and interactive ideas for types of prayers and prayer activities to do with youth.
Freedom Rising resources The 222nd General Assembly (2016) voted to take specific action, not just in word, but also in deed, to address and improve the worsening plight of the African American male in any of the five specified cities as a pilot initiative pointing toward future and further nationwide intervention. Micah 6:8, with its… Read more »
Food Week of Action In this issue… Faith Food and Mindfulness Hunger Action Congregation Rural Farming and more… Download PHP’s 2016 Impact Report only
Quicksheets: Youth 65 Youth in the Church and the World SUNDAY is August 20th. Many people will celebrate “Youth Sunday” on August 20th – our new Quicksheet, Quicksheet #65 features a fun and creative Order of Worship called “Noise.” Looking for a Youth Sunday resource, with already written prayers and ideas.
Use the following images to promote the Peace & Global Witness Offering in your congregation (click to view full size image):
This promotional graphic can be used in church newsletters, bulletins, or on your church website. There are three versions/aspect ratios available: 7×4, 3.5×5, and 4×4.
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.
As people of faith, we have a moral call to pursue environmental justice: the sustainable and equitable sharing of the gifts of God’s creation among all people, regardless of race, ethnicity, gender, or class. Yet, inequities abound. To take steps toward healing our relationship with God’s creation and each other, we need to understand the… Read more »