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Peace & Justice
Liz Lin, the director and co-founder of Progressive Asian American Christians said during the “A Matter of Faith” podcast last week that the group, which has both online and in-real-life components, helps Asian American Christians to maintain both their theology as well as their race and culture.
Even as they look forward to Advent in a few weeks, Presbyterians will be peeking into Lent by mid-February. With her book “Pause: Spending Lent with the Psalms” scheduled for publication by Westminster John Knox Press on Jan. 2, 2024, the Rev. Dr. Elizabeth Caldwell discussed the rhythms of the Lenten season recently with Simon Doong and the Rev. Lee Catoe, who host “A Matter of Faith: A Presby Podcast.”
Between 2 Pulpits, a podcast put on by Special Offerings that’s been on hiatus for nearly a year, is once again available thanks to the efforts of the Rev. Dr. John Wilkinson and Katie Snyder.
Singing “We Will Go Out with Joy,” the 2023 International Peacemakers capped off a worship service that aired Wednesday and served a dual purpose — marking Thursday’s International Day of Peace (one day early) and providing an official send-off for the newcomers who’ll be sharing the triumphs and struggles of their home countries with Presbyterians throughout the country.
A delegation from the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) is present this week as world leaders, such as U.S. President Joe Biden and Volodymyr Zelenskyy, the president of Ukraine, attend the General Assembly of the United Nations in New York.
A few days ahead of the launch of a PC(USA) study on Sarah Augustine’s 2021 book, “The Land is Not Empty: Following Jesus in Dismantling the Doctrine of Discovery,” the author appeared on “A Matter of Faith: A Presby Podcast” to discuss the harms that the 15th century doctrine brought about and repair work in which people of faith can engage today.
After so many years, it would be easy to give up on the prospect of peace. But members of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) continue to hold fast to a hope that comes from an omnipresent God.
In her efforts combatting gun violence, the Rev. M. Courtenay Willcox prefers going upstream with her activism.
A pastor with the Presbyterian Church of Colombia talked about her official role as a government negotiator, helping to bring peace to after more than five decades of internal armed conflict in the South American nation.
As a mere child herself, Rose had already married, given birth to — and lost — a child by the time she was 15 years old.