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Not worrying about tomorrow is easy to say yet difficult to do, especially when our world is in such a state of turmoil.
Lauren Rogers, the former project manager for digital fundraising with Special Offerings and the Presbyterian Giving Catalog, and the Rev. Donna Frischknecht Jackson, editor of Presbyterians Today, each won multiple awards Wednesday during online presentations of the Religion Communicators Council’s DeRose-Hinkhouse Memorial Awards.
With a clearly-discerned foundation and purpose, a successful capital campaign can be launched at almost any time.
Mandatory or strongly encouraged anti-racism training is becoming more prevalent in Presbyterian mid councils through the U.S.
Cindy Stearns is a self-proclaimed Presbyterian worship service binge-watcher, having “attended” more than 250 churches.
A Georgia church practices “craftivism,” a ministry that combines arts and crafts with social activism against gun violence.
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 bulletin board but rather a place to engage with people and build long-term relationships.
The church should be a safe place to validate other life experiences that are different from those in greeting cards.
When working together in community, Presbyterians are urged to empower everyone to use their gifts fully and constructively.