Wednesday, August 9, 2017

This Week's PCUSA News

This Week's PCUSA News
Stated Clerk Writes the President and Congress to continue DACA and pass the Dream Act
J Herbert Nelson II | Office of the General Assembly
PCUSA stands with the young people who have received Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival relief
Worshiping communities remain ‘new’ when people find life in them
Paul Seebeck | Presbyterian News Service
Pastor and evangelist inspires, challenges New Worshiping Communities gathering
Presbyterian Hunger Program urges Ben & Jerry’s to join Milk with Dignity program
Rick Jones | Presbyterian News Service
Campaign aims to improve conditions for dairy farmworkers
PC(USA) hires new Manager for Diversity and Reconciliation
Gregg Brekke | Presbyterian News Service
Samuel Son says the multi-ethnic church is a ‘natural’ expression of the gospel
1001 New Worshiping Communities to live stream sermons, plenary talks from national conference
Paul Seebeck | Presbyterian News Service
‘Living Dying Rising’ begins Monday night in St. Pete Beach, runs Aug. 7-10
Meeting Christ in an old family journal
Michael Parker | Presbyterians Today
One woman’s unexpected journey to faith
Call to prayer for public accountability and good governance in South Africa
Office of the General Assembly
PC(USA) Stated Clerk asks Presbyterians to pray for peace, leadership
Synod School sets participation record
Duane Sweep | Special to Presbyterian News Service
686 participate in weeklong ministry of the Synod of Lakes and Prairies
Philadelphia ReStore benefits from PC(USA) Board of Pensions makeover
Lea Sitton Stanley | Board of Pensions
Habitat for Humanity affiliate says ‘the need is just so great’
Nelson calls Presbyterians to action
Duane Sweep | Special to Presbyterian News Service
Speaking at Synod School, Nelson says: ‘Do something for the Lord’
When church hurts: Spiritual wounds and paths to healing
Susan Rothenberg | Presbyterians Today
Reverend pushed for policies to protect children after experiencing abuse as a teen
SDOP disburses nearly $90,000 for self-help projects
Margaret Mwale | Special to Presbyterian News Service
Grant money from One Great Hour of Sharing helps oppressed and disadvantaged achieve self-sufficiency
Will you pray for Iraq?
Tammy Warren | Presbyterian News Service
Iraq Partnership Network seeks congregations in the U.S. to pray for cities in Iraq
Presbyterian Peacemaker from Myanmar will speak in U.S. this fall
Scott O’Neill | Presbyterian News Service
Pek Muan Cuang to share challenges of living in country ravaged by natural disasters, income inequality
Volunteers still needed in the Carolinas from 2015/2016 flooding
Rick Jones | Presbyterian News Service
Projects outnumber workers across the country
Kentucky Court of Appeals affirms lower court’s ruling in Dermody case
Gregg Brekke | Presbyterian News Service
Three judge panel says claim against PC(USA) is a matter of church policy

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