After surveying their congregants, Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Church in New York City learned what people like about their new worship service — and it’s not what the pastors expected.
As we seek and follow God’s will, we are drawn deeper into the partnership with God, writes Joan Gray.
To accept that we – and the church – have reached the metaphorical borderland, writes José R. Irizarry, is to be willing to imagine ourselves anew.
"As rural people and leaders, we have both an opportunity and an obligation to both witness and testify to Jesus’ inclusive ministry," writes Phillip Blackburn.
Vibrant, multifaith chaplaincy exists where there is a “both/and” model of engagement, Kelly Stone explains.
"Change is hard. Change is inevitable. Change is growth," writes British Hyrams of Galatians 2.
Who has influenced your faith? Who do you model Christianity to? Paul talks about these things in Philippians, John Wurster writes.
In this lesson, children will explore Jesus’ message of care for children and will consider the problems children are facing today.
You are welcome to use this liturgy in your online worship services and distribute it to your congregation.
Rosalind Banbury's second reflection on the 2023-2024 Presbyterian Women/Horizons Bible Study.
Reading the Bible used to feel like a drag to Walter Canter. He found reinvigorated joy when he let his curiosity, and the Holy Spirit, guide him.
When it comes to theological leadership, we are in borderland, writes Teri McDowell Ott. How do we address change in this space?
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