Presbyterian News Service

Latest work from Walter Brueggemann gathers wisdom on hope

Westminster John Knox Press is proud to announce the release of A Gospel of Hope, the latest from beloved author Walter Brueggemann. Filled with nuggets of wisdom, this must-have volume gathers Brueggemann’s insights on the beauty of the Gospel and the many ways it can inspire hope.

Minute for Mission: Armenian Genocide Remembrance Day

The men were taken first, then the women and children were brutalized. Witnesses saw the Euphrates run with blood, and women plunged into the river to escape the terrors of the desert march. Armenian villages throughout the Ottoman territories of 1915 were emptied out in a systematic campaign to demean and destroy innocent victims.

미국장로교 통신부는 25개의 교회 연합 언론상을 수상하다

미국장로교 통신부는 2017년 Best of the Christian Press 대회에서 25개의 상을 수상했다. Associated Church Press는 북미 최대의 기독교 언론 협회이다. 시상식은 4월 20일 시카고의 제4장로 교회에서 열렸던 ACP 연례 대회에서 수여되었다.

PC(USA) communicators win 25 Associated Church Press awards

Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) communicators garnered twenty-five awards in the 2017 Best of the Christian Press competition sponsored by the Associated Church Press, the oldest and largest Christian press association in North America. The awards were presented April 20 during the ACP’s annual convention at Fourth Presbyterian Church in Chicago.

Mid council leaders release statement addressing proposed per capita increase

A group of 40 mid council leaders has written a statement urging the 2018 General Assembly to vote down a proposed General Assembly per capita increase– saying the proposed increase of 39 percent from 2018 to 2019 and another 7 percent from 2019 to 2020 feels like “taxation without representation.”

New book explores the church’s role in advocating for women’s equality

What role does the church play in advocating for women’s equality? Pastor Erin Wathen argues it must play a much larger role than it historically has. While the rhetoric against women and their bodies has changed as women’s roles in public life have evolved, so too has misogyny.

New book addresses gender theory and faithful responses to transgender inclusion

Westminster John Knox Press is pleased to announce the release of Transforming: The Bible and the Lives of Transgender Christians. In this book, transgender advocate and Christian, Austen Hartke, guides readers through an introduction to gender theory and examines passages from Scripture to make the case for transgender inclusion in the church.