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Presbyterian Youth Triennium small group leader Andrea Paschal said she has been blown away this week by how wonderful, creative and loving the youth are.
The morning of the fourth day of the 2019 Presbyterian Youth Triennium, we find the Energizers in an unexpected state: lounging.
As thousands waited for the Presbyterian Youth Triennium’s Loudest Praise concert to begin Thursday night, one could feel the pre-event excitement building.
In 1980, the year churches in the Missouri Union Presbytery decided they wanted to help Christians in the Reformed Church in Hungary, the churches had no idea that it would blossom into a partnership ministry to benefit their youth programs.
The Rev. Dr. Ray Jones, acting director of Theology, Formation & Evangelism ministries for the Presbyterian Mission Agency, has a deepening passion and understanding of the gospel that he says “is changing my life.”
In 1998, the last time the Rev. Dr. David Gambrell took to the Triennium stage at the Elliott Hall of Music at Purdue University, he was wearing a homemade porcupine mask.
Vilmarie Cintrón-Olivieri first traveled to Campamento El Guacio as a 13-year-old girl and kept going back for the next decade.
Every three years, a hardy band of Southern California firefighters trained to provide medical care and share a comforting word takes a week of vacation to serve the medical needs of more than 4,000 Triennium attendees.
As she’s done for audiences around the country and beyond, the Rev. Dr. Diane Moffett is delivering the rationale behind the Matthew 25 invitation during a pair of workshops at Presbyterian Youth Triennium, being held this week at Purdue University.
Among the thousands of youth gather for their first Presbyterian Youth Triennium, being held this week at Purdue University, Allie Parker is attending for the fourth time.