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Like most kids, Josh Davenport-Herbst has always had a hard time saying no to his parents, especially when it came to showing up for stuff at church.
Wednesday’s edition of Leading Theologically took on a nautical theme as host the Rev. Dr. Lee Hinson-Hasty and guest Gina Yeager-Buckley launched into this topic: “Turning the Ship: What Ministry Feels Like Right Now.”
The PC(USA)’s annual Pentecost Offering supports children, youth and young adults at risk through many ministries.
On Monday, Avenue Church NYC welcomed the Rev. Robert Gamble, who does ministry in Ukraine validated by the Presbytery of Western North Carolina, for an extended visit throughout Holy Week.
Alla Soroka is a 2017 International Peacemaker living and working in Odessa, Ukraine. She’s clearly devoted to her work with at-risk teenagers — even those who are beyond being considered at-risk and are incarcerated.
Journey to the Cross, the devotional series for Lent, returns to the devotional website and app d365.org beginning on Ash Wednesday, March 2, and continuing through Easter Sunday on April 17.
“I spent a lot of time pushing away the call that I had, even as a teenager and child. My grandmother told me I cut up her Bible when I was 3 years old. I think she wouldn’t let us watch ‘Hee Haw’ or ‘Love Boat.’”
Roland is now in high school and is among a group of student panelists presenting on the topic “Social Economic Reforms for Sustainability,” organized by the National Christian Youth Fellowship. The invitation to be a panelist is merited by outstanding academic achievement and each of the panelists performed exceptionally on this day.
Flyaway Books is proud to announce the release of “100 Sheep: A Counting Parable,” by co-authors Amy-Jill Levine and Sandy Eisenberg Sasso and illustrator Margaux Meganck.
Flyaway Books has released its latest children’s book, “Three Lines in a Circle: The Exciting Life of the Peace Symbol,” by Michael G. Long and illustrator Carlos Vélez.