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A time to especially honor the One who gave us life and gives us life eternal By Emily Enders Odom | Presbyterian News Service The first time I served as… Read more »
Presbyterian Youth Triennium (PYT) director Gina Yeager-Buckley loves the juxtaposition of the recently unveiled “Here’s my Heart” 2019 PYT theme.
When First Presbyterian Church of Homewood, Illinois, celebrated 150 years of ministry in 2008, it wanted to both cherish the past and embrace the future.
The Presbyterian Youth Workers Association, in partnership with Presbyterian Mission’s Ministries with Youth, wanted to do something about burnout. Together, they are hosting the first-ever Youth Worker Sabbath Day on Thursday, April 5. Currently, Sabbath group hosts are forming local groups across the country where youth workers can engage in Sabbath practices together.
“Journey to the Cross”, the popular youth and young adult Lenten devotional, returns to the popular daily devotion website d365 on Ash Wednesday, February 14, through Sunday, April 8.
The Rev. Dr. Jason Brian Santos isn’t just playing games. Now he’s designing them, too. His newly-minted card game, UGRAD, is set to debut at the Presbyterian Youth Triennium the week of July 19-23, 2016.
Since she received her call to ministry, Anna Sweet Brockman has served in a variety of ministries including pulpit supply, children and youth ministry, and planning for camps and conferences.