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“The world is hungry for healing and hope,” the Rev. Dr. Diane Moffett, president and executive director of the Presbyterian Mission Agency, told the Urban Presbyteries Network conference on Thursday following opening worship. “I want to remind us today to keep the main thing the main thing: the church’s call to make disciples of Jesus Christ.”
The Rev. Shanea D. Leonard, national coordinator for Gender & Racial Justice in the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), knows what it’s like to lament by being honest before God about the pain they have experienced in the church.
Registration for the digital REvangelism Conference at Montreat Conference Center to be held Nov. 1-3 is now open.
These days the Rev. Dr. Ray Jones III has a fancy title — director of Theology, Formation & Evangelism for the Presbyterian Mission Agency.
But at one time he was a young pastor embarking on his first call at a church in a town in Mississippi.
The Rev. Robert W. “Bob” Abrams brings joy to his colleagues at the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) headquarters in Louisville, Kentucky.
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.”
The consultant hired to determine the steps needed to reasonably assure the economic viability of the Stony Point Center in New York gave a small group of Presbyterian Mission Agency Board members a taste Friday of a comprehensive report set for completion by Aug. 31.
The sources to pay for the nearly $631,000 in deferred maintenance that a consultant says is needed at the Stony Point Center north of New York City have been identified.