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Greening Our Cities

A growing movement to reconcile natural and human communities may reflect a biblical vision for God’s creation By Rebecca Barnes | Presbyterian Hunger Program Associate for Environmental Ministries When I was a little girl, the tree in my backyard was the stage for my imagination. I spent hours by that tree, in a parcel of green,… Read more »

Presbyterians and the Environment

By Angie Andriot | Research Associate with Research Services for the Presbyterian Mission Agency God has given humans a responsibility to care for the earth. About 98 percent of Presbyterians agree with this statement, according to a recent study by PC(USA) Research Services. In addition, 90 percent feel that environmental issues are appropriate social concerns… Read more »

The Rule of the Last

Have we been interpreting Scripture wrongly all this time? By Aric Clark | Writer, speaker, and Presbyterian minister living near Portland, Oregon. He is also the creator of LectionARIC, a YouTube channel devoted to reading the texts of religion and culture with “geeky irreverence.” Even when I am sitting alone in a cozy nook with… Read more »

Washburn named interim editor of Presbyterians Today

PC(USA) pastor and long-time PT contributor brings passion for communications by Gregg Brekke | Presbyterian News Service The Rev. Sue Washburn has been named interim editor of Presbyterians Today, the award-winning bi-monthly magazine of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) She joins the staff following the departure of former editor, the Rev. Patrick Heery, who accepted a pastoral call… Read more »

Confronting the Horrors of Human Trafficking

Estimates of the number of victims vary widely, but the International Labour Organization calculates that 21 million people are in forced labor. The Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), spurred by its General Assembly, is seeking to become more aware and involved at every level of the denomination.