After the shopping surge of Black Friday and Cyber Monday ends, #GivingTuesday offers an opportunity to bear witness to the spirit of gratitude expressed on Thanksgiving Day, a Presbyterian Mission leader said.
The genesis of the Hands & Feet initiative came from Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) Stated Clerk, the Rev. Dr. J. Herbert Nelson II, after his experience at the 222nd General Assembly (2016) in Portland. He had never seen so many homeless people in one place.
In the first episode of a new podcast “The Word on the Street,” hosted by thePresbyterian Mission Agency’s Charles Wiley and Alonzo Johnson, a Kentucky Hall of Fame Broadcaster recalled being in a person’s home during times of tragedy and being asked to pray for them.
After a brief hiatus, Unbound: An Interactive Journal of Christian Social Justice, published its first edition since the hire of new managing editor Henry Koenig Stone. The current installment: Defending the Common Good, covers diverse issues such as defending truth in media, sanctuary churches, human trafficking, an ecumenical call to good ecological stewardship, and the role of faith communities in resisting white supremacy.
La Junta Directiva de la Agencia Presbiteriana de Misión (PMA) anunció hoy que el Director Ejecutivo Interino Tony De La Rosa ha renunciado y David D. Crittenden lo remplazará como director ejecutivo interino.
News Release | Presbyterian Mission Agency Board Español | 한국어 LOUISVILLE – The Presbyterian Mission Agency’s (PMA) Board of Directors today announced that interim executive director Tony De La Rosa has resigned and David D. Crittenden will succeed him as acting executive director. “We are very grateful for Tony’s service and dedication to the Presbyterian… Read more »
The Executive Committee of the Presbyterian Mission Agency Board heard a progress report from the Governance Task Force at its Aug. 31 meeting that suggests changes to the size and structure of the board.
The staff at the Presbyterian Center gathered today during a lunchtime carnival for fellowship with one another and to celebrate their work on behalf of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) This was the first all-staff carnival since 2009.
Three years after the fatal shooting of black teenager Michael Brown by a white police officer, churches in the Giddings-Lovejoy Presbytery continue to learn about the complex issues of race and reconciliation, as they work for racial justice in their communities.
“Put on the breastplate of faith and love.” —1 Thess. 5:8