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Resources in Publications and periodicals

Short Mission Matters

People of God telling stories from their short-term mission experience. Reflections from the God’s Mission Matters podcast.

Mission Co-workers: A Bridge to the Global Church

Learn more about mission co-workers — men and women who have discerned a call from God through the PC(USA), to serve three or more years among our global church partners. From World Mission’s “Called to Mission: Finding Our Place in God’s Mission” Guidebook.

The Practice and Process of Partnership

Presbyterians engage in mission work through the model of partnership. The discipline of partnership assumes that mission can best be done by joining hands with those who share a common vision. Partnership in mission involves two or more organizations that agree to submit themselves to a common task or goal, mutually giving and receiving and… Read more »

Modes of Mission Engagement

When groups engage in mission, they often use different strategies, or modes, for going about their work. These modes shape the very nature of the mission and affect how groups interact with partners and understand “success.” Find out which mode most closely matches your current mission involvement, and consider other modes you might be drawn… Read more »

Nature that Nurtures

This guide, written by Mary Westervelt with layout and graphics by Lauren Diamond, tells the story of how one church, Trinity Presbyterian Church in Berwyn, PA, a certified Earth Care Congregation, began the process of changing the landscaping, installing rain gardens, terraces, and infiltration beds to retain storm water, and planting native flowering plants and… Read more »

2018-19 JMP Gratitude Report

For those who see no way out, the Jinishian Memorial Program works to provide opportunities. We help people to flourish, to restore their dignity, and to find a way across the obstacles separating them from a full life. Your gifts become a bridge for struggling Armenian communities to discover their own gifts and purpose. As… Read more »