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A month-by-month guide on how churches can practice stewardship throughout the year as a spiritual discipline.
Twelve degrees and cloudy-gray, with snow in the forecast. I’m looking out at Christina Rossetti’s “bleak midwinter.”
An Ohio teen gets into the Epiphany spirit by baking cookies for his congregation in remembrance of the Wise Men.
Diversity, as cosmetics, impedes inclusion and equity. Unfortunately, diversity in church often remains at the cosmetic level, more worried about how we present ourselves in public gatherings.
MLK Day is a national day of service intended to share the wealth of the earth with all to eliminate hunger, poverty, violence and homelessness.
Coming together at God’s table nourishes us on our journey through life, demonstrates God’s power and is a witness to the world.
To celebrate Black History Month, a California youth group made a video series honoring prominent African American figures.
The PC(USA)’s Christmas Joy Offering helps fund scholarships at Presbyterian-related schools and colleges equipping communities of color.
When people ask about a food that makes the holiday official in my family, the answer I give is apricot bread.
Along the trail by the creek, maple leaves flash red against the yellows of the ash trees. It’s quite a show — and a confirmation that the chill in the air means business.