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The Holy Spirit is blowing powerfully in our lives and inviting us to trust and not be afraid of where and how God is leading us.
A church-based nonprofit helps youth from various backgrounds gain life and job skills through training, coaching and mentoring.
Churches are trying to take the stigma out of mental health problems by accompanying people in a safe and loving environment.
The message of Pentecost is that the Holy Spirit can help you lead your church to be more inclusive and welcoming to all people.
What have I learned? An approaching birthday, one that ends in zero, has me thinking, not so much about academic knowledge, but more about the life experience sort of learning. The kind of observation-based wisdom I find in the book of Proverbs. The kind of practical stuff I might pass on to a grandchild or share with a friend. So I made a list. And here’s a sampling:
Gifts to this annual PC(USA) special offering support programs and ministries that provide people with safety, sustenance and support.
A biting March wind blows, but that doesn’t stop a member of Northbrook Presbyterian Church in Beverly Hills, Michigan, from taking off her gloves and quickly tying her prayer ribbon to a tree on the church property. Her prayer is for peace, for wholeness, for healing of not just the local community, but for the world. She ties the ribbon securely to the limb and steps back, the patches of lingering snow crunching beneath her feet, and smiles. Hers is not the only ribbon fluttering in the wind, but one of many placed by church members who are also spending this Lenten season journeying toward shalom.
There are 12 simple ways that congregations of any size can take to practice better environmental stewardship.
More congregations are learning about ways to prepare for death and dying — spiritually, practically, financially and emotionally.
Instead of an ordinary basket with eggs and chocolates, one pastor created a basket with candies and Bible verses to tell the Easter story.