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‘I’m glad someone did that for me as well’

Describing himself as an “almost empty-nester” with a daughter set to soon attend college in Scotland and a son preparing for higher education two years later, the Rev. Dr. Andrew Pomerville, the president of Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary since July 2023, says he’s seeing the world more and more through the eyes of younger people.

Stewardship Navigator portal celebrates five years of growth and success

A lot can happen in five years. Babies are born and start kindergarten. White House administrations come and go. We saw the pandemic shut down most of the world and greatly impact the way that churches function. And, this spring marks five years since the launch of Stewardship Navigator, an educational website launched by the Presbyterian Foundation.

PC(USA) pastor shares her experience with intentional pastoral transitions

To learn more about what goes into successful intentional pastoral transitions, the Rev. Dr. Lee Hinson-Hasty turned to someone who’s recently undergone one: the Rev. Shannon Johnson Kershner, who left Fourth Presbyterian Church in Chicago last May and is now senior pastor and head of staff at Central Presbyterian Church in Atlanta. Listen to Hinson-Hasty’s 31-minute conversation with Kershner on his “Leading Theologically” broadcast here or here.

The Rev. Anthony Jermaine Ross-Allam, director of the PC(USA)’s Center for the Repair of Historic Harms, discusses how to wake up to what God gave us

In a Wednesday conversation with the Rev. Dr. Lee Hinson-Hasty, Senior Director for Theological Education Funds Development with the Presbyterian Foundation, the Rev. Jermaine Ross-Allam shared his wisdom and thoughtfulness over the work he is doing on behalf of the Presbyterian Mission Agency as the director for the Center for the Repair of Historical Harms.

New Covenant Trust Co. announces Angela Duffy as President and CEO

After a comprehensive national search, Angela Duffy has been selected as President & CEO of New Covenant Trust Co. (NCTC). She succeeds Greg Rousos, who will retire Dec. 31 after 23 years of service. A subsidiary of the Presbyterian Foundation, NCTC is a full-service financial planning, investment management and trust services firm. Its clients include both church institutions and individual members.