Retirement marks a major life transition — for some it’s welcome, for others it feels imposed one and for many it is..
The message of mainline church decline is loud, relentless and familiar. But there is good news, too. Congregations are getting creative, experimenting,..
This issue offers rich portraits of two African-American Presbyterians and one key historically African-American institution that has shaped The Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)...
Christians are called to love others because they were first loved by God. The stories in this issue explore how Presbyterians are..
It is that time again: The Outlook’s fall book issue is here. If your reading list needs to be refreshed, you’ll find everything..
How do we see challenging topics as more than issues to debate, but as stories that impact people? This issue of the Outlook represents..
As culture changes quickly and extensively, theological education and ministry also takes new shapes. Some of these changes are born of necessity,..
The opioid epidemic. Gun violence. A local tragedy. All across the country, congregations are responding to issues in the headlines that impact..
General Assembly: 538 commissioners from 170 presbyteries gathered for a week in the heat of St. Louis to work in 14 committees,..
Can a Reformed understanding of the priesthood of all believers transform how Presbyterians live? If every encounter is recognized as God at..
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