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After her car went flying off the road and rolled over in a stubbled cornfield, first responders believed the accident had taken the life of the Rev. Shelley Wiley.
As a high school senior, Devon Kelly had no place to call home and little hope that his plight would improve.
Teenagers often find winter weather a great excuse to stay home. But an early-season snowfall didn’t deter the Youth Advisory Board of Detroit’s Urban Neighborhood Initiatives (UNI) from their regularly scheduled Tuesday evening meeting in Mid-November.
Grocery shopping was once an anxiety-filled experience for the Rev. Gloria Casasus-Urrutia.
Filmmaker, pastor and presbytery executive the Rev. Ryan Landino closes his most recent “Pastor Ryan’s Sixty Second Sermons” video, which he calls “It’s a Wonderful Church,” with a variation on the capper to a certain Jimmy Stewart holiday film standard: “Teacher says every time a church pays its per capita, an angel gets their wings.”
When Tony and Lilia Acabal were determining where to send their children to school, they both carried deep memories of the struggles they faced years ago as new immigrants.
From fighting against wage theft to pushing for more affordable housing, the Koreatown Immigrant Workers Alliance has made its mark by challenging injustice in their southern California enclave since 1992.
The Presbyterian Mission Agency (PMA) will again participate in #GivingTuesday, the global generosity movement. Always observed on the Tuesday after Thanksgiving, #GivingTuesday falls on Dec. 3 this year.
As a Hunger Action Congregation, Faith Des Peres Presbyterian Church is taking aim at food insecurity in greater St. Louis by providing food for school children and other vulnerable populations.
Down the street and around the globe, Presbyterians are committed to addressing the scourge of gender-based violence.