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Thanks to Sabbath and Sabbatical Grants from 1001 New Worshiping Communities, 35 leaders in the new church movement began taking sabbaticals earlier this summer. The response to these grants — all available grants were awarded — has been tremendous.
What is fortitude?
In the context of an upcoming seminar series presented by 1001 New Worshiping Communities, it’s the “mental, emotional and spiritual strength to bear pain and encounter adversity or temptation with courage.”
Thanks to Sabbath and Sabbatical Grants from 1001 New Worshiping Communities, 35 leaders in the new church movement began taking sabbaticals earlier this summer. The response for these grants — all available grants were awarded — was tremendous. Now, some of the leaders are returning from their week- or month-long break to their pastoral work.
Based on the new commandment Jesus gave in John 13:34, where he instructed his disciples “to love one another, just as I have loved you,” four church leaders were asked how that passage applied to vital congregations — and how this kind of love has been demonstrated or even changed during the pandemic.
What is Intentional Authentic Evangelism? How is it being practiced in the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)? And how has your understanding of evangelism changed during your time in ministry?
When Jasmine Evans reads Scripture, she often imagines what the people who are not heard from in the story are thinking and feeling.
During a Pastors and Church Leaders Mental Health panel discussion held this week, four church leaders discussed ways that stress has manifested itself in their lives — and in the lives of those they serve.
Everyday God-talk returns for its first official season using the lens of Reformed theology to focus on environmental justice and climate crisis.
The Presbyterian Publishing Corporation (PPC) is pleased to release the first three units of Follow Me: Biblical Practices for Faithful Living, a new curriculum for all ages, designed to work with churches of all sizes.
Applications from interested presbyteries and individual congregations that have the blessing of their presbytery are now being accepted for the fourth wave of the Vital Congregations Initiative.