Posts Tagged: contextual bible study

A call to renewed life – 2012 Presbyterian Peacemaking Conference

by Sophie BealIntern, Presbyterian Ministry at the United Nations The Ghost Ranch Peacemaking Conference held in New Mexico July 11th-15th was a transformative experience. I feel so lucky to have had the opportunity to attend this conference and to meet the many people in the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) who are committed to making peace around… Read more »

Reflection on the 2012 Presbyterian Peacemaking Conference at Ghost Ranch

by Elodie de BethmannIntern, Presbyterian Ministry at the United Nations From the 11th to the 14th of July, I had the pleasure of meeting and working with Presbyterian Peacemakers from around the country. At Ghost Ranch, I had the opportunity to partake in contextual Bible study and worship, participate in “Expression” workshops, engage in conversations… Read more »

Knit together

The Rev. Dr. Margaret Aymer, Associate Professor of New Testament at the Interdenominational Theological Center in Atlanta, preached the closing sermon at the 2010 Presbyterian Peacemaking Seminar. Bethany Furkin of the Presbyterian News service writes about the sermon at Presbyterian…

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Contextual Bible study

Re-membering Peace: Still the Believers’ Calling 2010 Peacemaking Seminar Presbyterian Peacemaking Program Ghost Ranch Conference Center, Abiquiu, NM August 25—28, 2010 (depart August 29) Register now for the seminar. Each morning the seminar community will gather for prayers and plenary…

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