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The impacts that gifts to the Christmas Joy Offering are centered during a recent edition of Between 2 Pulpits, a podcast offered by Special Offerings and the Presbyterian Giving Catalog and hosted by the Rev. Dr. John Wilkinson and Katie Snyder.
As the Dec. 31 deadline for 2023 charitable gifts draws near, the Presbyterian Giving Catalog is urging all prospective donors not to let that little piggy get away!
The Rev. Edwin González-Castillo, director of Presbyterian Disaster Assistance, spent most of his time on the recent Special Offerings podcast, “Between 2 Pulpits,” talking about pigs and partnerships in the Dominican Republic.
If home is where the heart is, then Sue Anne Fairman’s heart is blessed to call several places home.
With Black Friday sales starting earlier and earlier as retailers seek to drive consumers into a holiday shopping frenzy, the Church is called now more than ever to assert its countercultural witness.
‘성탄의 기쁨 특별 헌금‘이 모녀가 스틸맨 컬리지에서 성공을 찾도록 돕고 있다. 에밀리 엔더스 오돔 루이빌- 별을 따라서 베들레험으로 왔다가 다른 길을 통해 집으로 돌아간 동방 박사들처럼, 카를라 루카와 수잔나 르메이는… Read more »
Just like those wise pilgrims from the East who followed the star to Bethlehem only to return home by another way, Carla Louca and Susannah LeMay took some unexpected detours to find purpose and meaning.
And, in the end, the mother-daughter duo saw the light of Christ reflected in each other.
Two new editions of the podcast “Between 2 Pulpits” can now be heard. Both take a look at the thinking and the personalities behind the stories that illustrate Special Offerings and the Presbyterian Giving Catalog. Listen to the podcasts, hosted by the Rev. Dr. John Wilkinson, director of Ministry Engagement & Support, and Katie Snyder, project manager for Digital Fundraising and Interpretation, here and here.
While pigs may not have been among the first of God’s creatures to welcome the Christ child, they still play an important role in this season of giving.
While Georgetown, Texas, may be best known as home to the famous “Christmas Stroll,” there’s no place in town Christina Bondesen would rather be at Christmas than at Georgetown’s First Presbyterian Church.
That’s home for her.