Wednesday, June 14, 2017

This Week's PCUSA News

This Week's PCUSA News
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Third Thursday webinar presents ‘The view from Iraqi Kurdistan’
Gregg Brekke | Presbyterian News Service
Susan Smith reports on the work of Christian Peacemaker Teams in northern Iraq
New interactive resource explores root causes of immigration
Eva Stimson | Office of the General Assembly
Genesis of Exodus focuses on Central America travails
Pakistani minister to share struggles and success in reaching people of different faiths
Rick Jones | Presbyterian News Service
Samuel Akhtar to visit U.S. churches this fall for International Peacemakers
PC(USA) seminary news
Gregg Brekke | Presbyterian News Service
A compilation of news from Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) and other seminaries
Principles of investing
Rick Jones | Presbyterians Today
Putting stock in corporate engagement
Trio of resources available for study of the Protestant Reformation
Gregg Brekke | Presbyterian News Service
PC(USA) Congregational Ministries Publishing celebrates 500th anniversary
The dismantling of immigrant and refugee families
Gail Strange | Presbyterian News Service
Impact of ICE raids felt in local communities, PC(USA) ministries
WCC Executive Committee to focus on unity
Marianne Ejdersten | World Council of Churches
Ecumenical leaders focus on ‘united witness’ among world’s Christians
What Presbyterians Believe: Blessed!
Charles Wiley | Presbyterians Today
Is the prosperity gospel good theology?
Rural farming community in India becomes organic farming model
Rick Jones | Presbyterian News Service
Presbyterian Hunger Program provides critical funding for the initiative
‘Mission 180’ celebrates milestone in Presbyterian mission abroad
Michael Parker | Special to Presbyterian News Service
Always-reforming approach to mission practice continues in time of great need
1001 NWC videos inspire pastor to produce stories from Coastal Carolina Presbytery
Paul Seebeck | Presbyterian News Service
Evan Harrison says God is doing ‘amazing things’ in the region’s churches

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