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Judges: The Cycle of Human Unfaithful and Divine Restoration

By Steven P. Eason Men of the Church in the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) provides 13 bible studies to aid congregations in this area of ministry. Each study is inspired by a book of the Bible and includes seven sessions for open discussion.

Deuteronomy: Citizenship in the Kingdom of God … and the U.S.A.

By William M. Ramsay Men of the Church in the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) provides 13 bible studies to aid congregations in this area of ministry. Each study is inspired by a book of the Bible and includes seven sessions for open discussion.

Exodus: Seven Leadership Principes

By Steven P. Eason Men of the Church in the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) provides 13 bible studies to aid congregations in this area of ministry. Each study is inspired by a book of the Bible and includes seven sessions for open discussion.

Genesis: A Seven-Session Bible Study for Men

By John C. Purdy Men of the Church in the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) provides 13 bible studies to aid congregations in this area of ministry. Each study is inspired by a book of the Bible and includes seven sessions for open discussion.

Application for Church Men’s Group Charter

National Presbyterian Men’s Ministry Application for Church Men’s Group Charter Through your church’s annual membership in Presbyterian Men ($75 annual dues) you are providing funds essential to program development. 10 reasons for your church to charter with Presbyterian Men Keeps your men informed regarding news of Presbyterian Men’s events and issues Provides your church with… Read more »

Facing Racism: A Vision of the Beloved Community

The Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) recognizes that the task of dismantling racism is a long-term struggle that requires discernment, prayer, and worship based action. As we move into the next millennium, congregations, presbyteries, and synods are engaging the problem of racism in unprecedented numbers. This is a significant development in the struggle for “racial” justice. In… Read more »

Commemorate Reformation Sunday

Celebrate Reformation Sunday

The tradition of Reformation Sunday offers an opportunity to celebrate our heritage and history, to affirm our central theological convictions and to consider God’s ongoing reformation of the church. The Presbyterian Church does not have special scripture readings or resources designated for Reformation Sunday, since it is not part of the liturgical calendar. However the following suggestions may be helpful as you begin to plan for that day.