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The Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) will hold a webinar at noon (EDT) Saturday, Aug. 27, on gender violence and pastoral care.
Every person who has student loans should explore their options for Public Service Loan Forgiveness by October 2022.
Saying that “love leads to justice,” the Rev. Dr. Ralph B. Watkins said his mother always told him that “God is on the side of justice.”
During a Pastors and Church Leaders Mental Health panel discussion, four church leaders discussed ways that stress has manifested itself in their lives — and in the lives of those they serve.
The Rev. Bertram Johnson spoke about his work at Union Theological Seminary in New York City, where he offers spiritual health care support for students.
During a Pastors and Church Leaders Mental Health panel discussion held this week, four church leaders discussed ways that stress has manifested itself in their lives — and in the lives of those they serve.
As congregations — and congregational singing — return to in-person worship, the Presbyterian Writers Guild is sponsoring a one-hour panel presentation on hymn-writing featuring three renowned Presbyterian hymn composers.
Presbyterians and other people of faith are being called upon to support the passage of the Equality Act to thwart discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity.
Koreans certainly know how to throw a party, and with average life expectancy in South Korea steadily increasing — rising from 61.9 in 1970 to 81.9 in 2020 — even more milestone birthday parties are expected in the years to come.
Registration is now open for “Reading the Bible with New Eyes: Learning and Practicing Life-Giving Faith in Guatemala.”
The rise of neo-populism across Europe and the Church’s role in confronting it were at the heart of a webinar Thursday sponsored by World Mission’s Office of the Middle East and Europe.