Presbyterians Today

Take your trouble to Jesus

Not worrying about tomorrow is easy to say yet difficult to do, especially when our world is in such a state of turmoil.

Crafting for a cause

A Georgia church practices “craftivism,” a ministry that combines arts and crafts with social activism against gun violence.

Understanding Black protest

A new book chronicles how Black resistance and protest in the U.S. has led to growing awareness that human rights are due to all people.

Social media is not a bullhorn

Social media is not a bulletin board but rather a place to engage with people and build long-term relationships.

Hallmark holidays can hurt

The church should be a safe place to validate other life experiences that are different from those in greeting cards.

‘Decently and in order’

When working together in community, Presbyterians are urged to empower everyone to use their gifts fully and constructively.