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Project Homeless Connect offers haircuts, help and hope

If robins are commonly recognized as harbingers of spring, then “Pastor Robyn” is widely acknowledged in Fort Worth, Texas, as a harbinger of spring’s — and Easter’s — promise of new life.

7 Easy Ways to Get Your Congregation Connected

Jesus was a great storyteller. He showed us that sharing a tale or a parable could stir hearts, win people over, inspire the lukewarm, and build up God’s realm on earth. We invite you to share our stories and yours.

Despite changes, we remain committed to our ‘network’ in Christ

The pieces may be different, but the center holds us fast. These days, I suppose we could consider Christ our “Network Administrator,” the only One who is permitted to make changes in our lives together. Network administrators are those folks to whom we turn when our computers experience a glitch, when our systems are all confused, and when we just need to “reboot.” The Administrator can fix it all and get us back on track!

A new way to network?

From Facebook to face-to-face care, passion, rather than programming, is fueling the connections in the Synod of the Northeast.

Partners in Christ’s Service

Stories of churches that connect to serve their communities by Emily Enders Odom | Communications strategist for the Presbyterian Mission Agency   Career network: ‘The most meaningful thing I’ve ever… Read more »

Working together

Challenges and changes bring innovation By Sue Washburn | Interim editor of Presbyterians Today Presbyterians connect in countless ways. We can upload a YouTube video to a great cloud of witnesses… Read more »