We hope you like the new look of our pages in this first issue of 2022 with updated font and more pictures..
"Gratitude is the way to go," according to Presbyterian poet J. Barrie Shepherd. In Outlook's final issue of 2021, we give thanks..
The best books are like good friends — offering comfort and new perspectives. As we enter the long, dark months of the..
The world is changing and so is higher education. Presbyterian colleges and campus ministries are shaping young peoples' lives by the thousands..
War is ugly, dehumanizing and destructive. Moving beyond superficial sentiments, this issue creates space for veterans from Iraq and Afghanistan to tell..
Everything is changing. That is the current reality. How do churches face this change with wisdom, faith and hope? What needs to..
The caregiver’s role is necessary, but fraught with complex emotions. No matter whether we are a pastor caring for parishioners, a parent..
No matter if you are 8 years old or 80, sometimes you need to pause for play. This issue explores the value..
This issue pushes the church to think “outside the box” of ministry and move beyond the walls that separate people. You’ll find..
The Triune God is a creative God. This issue on creative ministry highlights art-making, poetry and open mic nights. Two articles explore..
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