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I was always proud to be a preacher’s kid. Growing up in Arkansas and Texas, it surprised many people when I told them my mother was the preacher, not my father. These types of exchanges certainly came with many puzzled looks.
When seminarian Alexandra Pappas felt the call to ministry while in her late teens, she was intimidated and afraid. Doubtful that God could possibly call someone like her to be a pastor — she constantly battles the desire for perfection, especially in worship and preaching — Pappas decided to go to seminary anyway.
University of Minnesota senior Lauren Holly hopes to write children’s books about multiracial/multicultural identities, as well as books for teens and young adults to help them discover their identity and who they are as children of God.
“Publishers Weekly” has named Westminster John Knox Press one of the fastest-growing independent publishers of 2019.
The titles of two workshops held last week during the Association of Presbyterian Church Educators event — “Killing Church Softly” and “Reviving Church Loudly” — together served up a vision about what intergenerational worship and Christian education could look like in the coming years.
Five years ago, the Rev. Dr. Bob Breed made a conscious decision to serve a smaller PC(USA) church part-time in Charlotte, N.C., where he could also work at the city’s men’s shelter.
The 700 or so people set to gather in Galveston, Texas this week for the annual event of the Association of Presbyterian Church Educators can dip their toes not only into the Gulf of Mexico, but into the swirling, often competing demands on faith formation in a world where traditional Christian education venues like Sunday school don’t necessarily meet people where they’re at.
Liturgical theologian Gláucia Vasconcelos Wilkey’s ‘extraordinary mind’ is being taken from her By Paul Seebeck | Presbyterian News Service LOUISVILLE — The last time the Rev. Dr. David Batchelder saw… Read more »
Women’s equality issues specific to the church are at the heart of a Nov. 9 panel discussion from 2:30 p.m. through 4 p.m. PST at Scott Hall on the campus of San Francisco Theological Seminary, 105 Seminary Road in San Anselmo, Calif.
Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) minister the Rev. Amy House was in the black hole of managing her student loan debt.