The Presbyterian Outlook marks a significant milestone this year. For 200 years the Presbyterian Outlook and its ancestor publications have been covering news of the church,..
What’s on your summer reading list? This issue explores titles new and old, offering reviews and recommendations to keep you engaged throughout..
Ministry and mission take on endless forms depending on the needs of the context and the gifts of those called upon to..
Change comes to congregations in many forms. Inevitably, pastors come and go and the congregation must navigate how best to make the..
In a time of great division and few nuanced conversations, people of faith have an increased responsibility to work toward reconciliation. Such..
Church ought to be a place where everyone feels fully welcomed and wanted. Nonetheless, radical hospitality requires intentionality, listening and planning. This..
The topic of gender identity is prevalent in our culture, and yet the church talks little about it. Many in our congregations..
Social isolation is growing. Studies reveal that fully half of Americans report being lonely. Rates of suicide in the United States are..
Scripture says human beings are to be stewards of all that is entrusted to us by God: relationships, creation, resources, skills and..
God speaks not only through the words of preaching and teaching, but also through fiction and poetry. The Outlook received many ideas and..
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