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La junta directiva de La corporación presbiteriana de publicaciones ha anunciado que, efectivo desde el 1 de Julio, David M. Dobson será el nuevo presidente y editor ejecutivo de la agencia.
The board of directors of Presbyterian Publishing Corporation has announced that effective July 1 David M. Dobson will be the new president and publisher.
There are many of us who don’t necessarily have much use for church anymore, but who love people and who want to do good in the world. Organized religion just doesn’t appeal to us. But that doesn’t mean we can’t serve God or that God doesn’t love us.
Whether he’s writing about his pig-valve heart transplant, introducing readers to a galley of inspiring poets and poems, or describing the hearse ride at the funeral of Seamus Heaney, Thomas Lynch has an uncanny knack for writing about death — and ultimately, life — in ways that are never morbid, sometimes humorous, but always thoughtful.
As the recent United Methodist Church’s decision to tighten its ban on allowing LGBTQ clergy and performing same-sex marriage demonstrates, being LGBTQ and Christian can difficult and unwelcoming. But there is hope, and there are affirming faith communities who embrace Christians of all kinds.
When we die, we don’t go to heaven, the Rev. Dr. Tom Long told the Association of Presbyterian Church Educators earlier this month. Instead, it’s the place from which God comes to us.
More and more, that’s all that busy, tired families say they have for worship and Christian education on Sunday morning. How do pastors and church educators meet harried families where they are?
Not only do pastors have the privilege of walking alongside parishioners, “we also aid them and guide them, helping to craft and form them into disciples of Christ,” the Rev. Zeta T. Lamberson said during a workshop last week at the Association of Presbyterian Church Educators event. “That doesn’t just happen. We must be intentional and think about how to do that.”
If you are a native English speaker with a heart to serve God, Rev. Sharon Bryant would like to have a conversation with you.
The Rev. Dr. Tom Long proposes a different narrative to one of mainline church decline.