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justleros = more than just nonsense or disparates

A space for a contemporary woman disciple to give voice to justice concerns in a world where some still think that women’s words are just leros (Greek for “nonsense”) or, in Spanish, disparates   True kindredA reflection and confession based on Mark 3:31–35 by Magdalena I. García Then his mother and his brothers came; and… Read more »

A Mote in Minerva’s Eye

Seeing without categorizing   Seeing with the Spirit My faith story: how I chased knowledge, became de-churched, read the Gita, and found Jesus again by Anita Coleman Cuisine is not an old tired marriage; it is a passionate affair of the heart. —The Hundred-Foot Journey, a film about a relocated Indian family that opens a… Read more »

Pastorish

Redefining where and when church happens   I’m a pastor . . . sort ofWhat a changing church could learn from those who serve beyond the walls of traditional ministry by Mieke Vandersall When I was first ordained, I hadn’t thought much about how I would spend Christmas and Holy Week. For years I had… Read more »

The Magazine

Presbyterians Today is the award-winning, general-interest magazine of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) telling the stories of our faith, online and in print. Presbyterians Today . . . deepens the spiritual life and discipleship of Christians everywhere, planting seeds for a life of service to the church and the world; tells intellectually honest stories that inspire… Read more »