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Flyaway Books, the sister imprint of Westminster John Knox Press, is expanding its religious offerings for young children with the release of its newest board book, “Dedication Promises,” by Carol A. Wehrheim and illustrator Roz Fulcher.
When author and artist P. Lynn Miller proposed the theme of “lament” to the national Bible Study Committee of Presbyterian Women four years ago, no one had any idea how timely the topic would be now.
Concerned for all the pastors, church educators and parishioners “trying to figure out what church means” in the new reality of the COVID-19 pandemic, Presbyterian Publishing Corporation is sharing “some of the things we are doing to help during this anxious time,” according to PPC President and Publisher David Dobson.
With Ash Wednesday set for Feb. 26, Lent is fast approaching. Westminster John Knox Press has recently released two daily devotionals for your faith journey this Lent.
The board of directors of Presbyterian Publishing Corporation has announced that effective July 1 David M. Dobson will be the new president and publisher.
Westminster John Knox Press has announced that a lectionary commentary it published last year has been named the 2018 Reference Book of the Year.
The Presbyterian Publishing Corporation (PPC) is excited to announce that Rev. David Maxwell will become the vice president and executive director for Geneva Press effective Jan. 1, 2019.
La Corporación Presbiteriana de Publicaciones (PPC por sus siglas en inglés) le place anunciar que el Rvdo. David Maxwell será el nuevo vicepresidente y director ejecutivo del sello Geneva Press efectivo el 1 de enero de 2019.
La Corporación de publicación presbiteriana (PPC por sus siglas en inglés), desde el 1 de marzo, será la casa de publicaciones encargada de los recursos curriculares de la denominación, luego de llegarse a un acuerdo al final de esta semana con la Agencia Presbiteriana de misión (PMA).
The Presbyterian Publishing Corporation (PPC) will begin serving as the official publisher of the denomination’s curriculum on March 1, 2018, under an agreement with the Presbyterian Mission Agency (PMA) finalized this week.