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Even before flooding from Hurricane Maria destroyed their home’s contents in 2017, Waleska García Castro and her family faced a human-made threat that could have caused them an even greater disruption.
Three small Presbyterian congregations are combining the spirited competition of a fishing derby and the iconic One Great Hour of Sharing (OGHS) fish banks to promote giving to the churchwide offering.
As a college student, Lytisha Wyatt’s study about health inequalities in the United States caused her great concern.
Narciso, Feliciano and Alberto had labored hard on a construction project in the hot Arizona sun for several days. Though the work was demanding, the promise of payday kept these day laborers going. They had cupboards to fill and bills to pay.
The soup at Heritage Presbyterian Church in Glendale, Arizona, is a recipe for encouraging mission support.
The 2010 earthquake that devastated Haiti and changed it forever also set Andral Estes’s life on a radically different course.
As the world struggled to recover from the ravages of a global war, churches across America bore witness to their faith in a united act of generosity that helped relieve human suffering.
While it is not an official day on the denominational calendar, National Pig Day is Friday, and it is getting the attention of many Presbyterians who are not involved in the agricultural industry.
If Luis Ramos Salgado had tried to ride the storm out in his home, he wouldn’t be able to walk down his street on this sunny morning.
“I’d be dead,” he says through a translator, standing in the kitchen of the only home he’s ever known in San Juan’s Caño Martín Peña area.
After Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico last year, Presbyterian pastor Manuel D. Silva bore the dual burden of caring for his family and his congregation.