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SDOP’s unique model gives grants not to organizations but to people impacted by poverty, helping them lift up themselves and their communities.
Christians have an opportunity to raise justice-oriented children and equip them with eyes to see the world the way Jesus sees it.
Lenten journeys lead to the Good Friday cross, but death is not the last word. New life abounds.
Better understanding the season of Lent helps Presbyterians deepen their relationship with Christ and practice their faith more meaningfully.
African American women are stepping up to new roles of pastoral ministry, and they are joyously paying forward the opportunities that they were given.
Which Harry Potter character are you? Which famous clown are you? Which “Friends” character are you?
The medieval church in the 4th century set Dec. 25 as Christmas Day to celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ. In the years that followed, the church expanded the celebration of Christmas to a 12-day festival, running from Dec. 25 to Jan. 6, the observance of Epiphany. For Presbyterians, Epiphany is key to our discipleship of Jesus in the world God so loves.
An immigrant fellowship gathers each week to worship and praise God. But how do they connect with the larger church?
Like many pastors, the Rev. Mary Seeger Weese of Midway Presbyterian Church in Midway, Kentucky, had a vision of starting a youth ministry. And, like many pastors, she realized she couldn’t do it alone.
Several months ago, I had the pleasure of purchasing a used copy of “The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe” by C.S. Lewis. Bargain hunter that I am, I was thrilled, as it is it was only $3.50. It is my favorite of the “Chronicles of Narnia” series, and this particular version contains lovely color illustrations.