Presbyterians Today

Praying for one another

Just how powerful is prayer? On Sunday morning I was greeted by an email from a colleague at the Presbyterian Mission Agency with these words: May you feel the love and receive strength from all the prayers coming your way this day. 

When culture is a roadblock

Korean immigrant churches in the PC(USA) continue to be less inclined to have female pastors, but Korean clergywomen are finding other ways to serve.

Who’s in charge in the congregation?

Pastors, sessions, ruling and teaching elders… who is supposed to run the congregation? How do churches handle and resolve conflicts?

Grieving, mourning, finding hope after COVID-19

The physical distancing and isolation occasioned by COVID-19 has taken a heavy toll on churches. They must name their grief, mourn their losses and strive to find hope.

Hoping in a better tomorrow

Even in the midst of suffering, God reminds us of his promise of love and faithfulness, encouraging us to have hope in the glory to come.

Truth in a fake news world

We are called to discern and embrace Christ’s call to do justice, love mercy and walk humbly with our God.