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When Jeff Eddings, a coaching associate with 1001 New Worshiping Communities, talks about its coaching network, he begins by referencing Scripture from Philippians 1:3-5, where the apostle Paul writes to the church in Philippi, “ I thank my God every time I remember you, constantly praying with joy in every one of my prayers for all of you, because of your sharing in the gospel from the first day until now.”
Looking around the Linda Vista neighborhood in San Diego, one might see poverty and deficits. But what Noel Musicha sees — what gets him out of bed every morning — is the potential that is there among the neighborhood’s young people and the homeless friends he’s made who are beginning to get jobs.
At the Church of Amazing Grace International in Anaheim, Calif., the Bible that the Rev. Kinyua Johnson preaches from is in the ethnic language he grew up with — Bantu Kikuyu, a language spoken by about 17 percent of Kenyans.
The first season of the New Way podcast, with host the Rev. Sara Hayden, will drop on Tuesday, Jan. 29.
More than 100 New Worshiping Community (NWC) coaches in the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) are here this week for their annual coaching training.
When leader Nick Pickrell heard that The Open Table KC would receive a $25,000 1001 New Worshiping Community growth grant from the Presbyterian Mission Agency, he was like, “What? What!”
Durante la celebración del primer aniversario del domingo de la iglesia On The Way , el Rvdo. Rafael Viana comenzó a ver una convergencia de muchas cosas.
During Sunday’s one-year anniversary celebration of On The Way Church, the Rev. Rafael Viana began to see a convergence of many things.
The Rev. Laura Bentley, pastor of Sanctuary Faith Community, felt called to be a pastor — but she had the best pastoral conversations sitting at bars with people over food and beer.
Seeing in color again By Paul Seebeck | Presbyterian News Service PITTSBURGH – When Brett Foote decided to go to Princeton Theological Seminary in the fall of 2016, his wife Laura Foote was in a “really, really dark place.” She struggled with depression — and with church and how she fit in. “I remember talking… Read more »