By Israel Galindo, Associate Dean for Lifelong Learning and Director of Online Education Most pastors are good preachers, and some fine pulpiteers and wordsmiths. In their preaching and teaching ministry they need to cover a wide range of topics, issues, and subjects, from the Bible to contemporary complex social issues; from marriage to parenting to leadership. […]
Record flooding in Louisiana leaves thousands homeless Disaster Response August 15, 2016 Presbyterians prepare to answer call for help by Rick Jones | Presbyterian News Service A security camera captured the rising water at the Presbytery of South Louisiana in Baton Rouge. One to four feet of water is believed to have gotten into the […]
August 30, 2016 Westminster John Knox Press Louisville, KY Juxtaposing things we rarely put together, like the passion of Christ and our ideas about capital punishment, Mark Osler explores an active engagement between Jesus and our contemporary law and culture in his new book, Prosecuting Jesus.
Tribes gather to block construction of crude oil pipeline August 29, 2016 Protesters congregate next to a construction site for the Dakota Access Pipeline on Monday morning, as a crew arrives with machinery and materials to begin cutting a work road into the hillside. The flag in the foreground belongs to the American Indian Movement. —by […]
August 29, 2016 Staff don bow ties to welcome J. Herbert Nelson to the Presbyterian Center in Louisville. —by Mari Graham Presbyterian News Service Gregg Brekke Louisville Nelson, former director of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) Office of Public Witness in Washington, D.C., was elected as Stated Clerk by the 222nd General Assembly of the PC(USA) this past summer […]