INDIANAPOLIS (PNS) Taking off from the Big Tent theme, “Grow
Christ’s Church Deep and Wide,” the Peacemaking Conference was called
on to consider its theme, “Growing Christ’s Peace.”
INDIANAPOLIS (PNS) Diverse models of multicultural ministry were
showcased during a panel discussion at the National Multicultural Church
Conference July 1 at the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)’s Big Tent event.
INDIANAPOLIS – The task of Christians today, living in a time of wild change, may be “not to force that history forward. Our task is to stay awake.”
INDIANAPOLIS – African-American Presbyterians must help create a “mass movement” to overcome what Marian Wright Edelman calls the “cradle to prison pipeline” that has decimated black communities in America, a leading educator told the National Black Presbyterian Caucus (NBPC) today (June 30) at its 41st annual convention here.
INDIANAPOLIS (PNS) Ten seconds after a visitor registers online with the Diversity Leadership Network at the Big Tent, Monica Cabell’s smart phone beeps.
SANTA ROSA, Calif. (PNS) Two months ago, the Rev. Bruce Reyes-Chow, moderator of the 218th General Assembly (2008), invited Presbyterians to record a short video expressing their hopes and dreams for the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)
INDIANAPOLIS (PNS) Faced with feeding a large crowd with just a few loaves and fishes, the disciples hear these words from Jesus: “You give them something to eat.”
Indianapolis (PNS) Zenophilia, which means “love of stranger,” is on the board. So is Agora, a Greek word suggesting being in the marketplace of ideas.
Indianapolis (PNS) What are the words that you believe describe the characteristics and qualities of leaders?
Indianapolis (PNS) The second Big Tent event ― with more than 1,700 Presbyterians in attendance ― kicked off this afternoon (June 30) with a stirring worship service. The event continues through July 2.