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rev. robert hoggard
The Presbyterian Week of Action concluded Sunday with a meditative vesper service lamenting the nation’s gun violence, which kills nearly 100 of God’s children every day.
The Rev. Dr. Laurie Kraus has a theory about why some Americans have rushed to buy guns during the COVID-19 pandemic.
One of the surprising headlines, to some people, out of the COVID-19 pandemic is that in addition to toilet paper and hand sanitizer, people have been stocking up on guns.
Halfway through her opening statement on Wednesday’s edition of “Standing Our Holy Ground,” the Presbyterian Peacemaking Program’s year-long webinar series about how the church can respond to gun violence, Nicole Hockley of Sandy Hook Promise cited some extraordinary achievements by her group.
The latest webinar in a series on how churches can address American gun violence highlighted the need to refocus discussion on the communities most deeply affected by the problem and the societal pressures that may lead to shootings.