A list of gifts you can create using materials you might otherwise throw away.
"I see our call to be the church in the 21st century as God daring us to look deep into our identity as believers during social, political and theological turmoil, daring us to be grounded yet flexible enough to thrive in a rapidly changing context."
"The Presbyterian church has given me so much: a voice, an unrelenting passion for making our world better, compassion for others, a deep appreciation for diversity. And on my bad days, when the news is filled with despair, I take heart in knowing that somewhere within the PC(USA), there’s a committee working faithfully to solve it."
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