Is there a better place to enjoy God’s gifts than to be out among them? If you ask Mike Deegan, he’ll quickly say “No.” Four years ago, Deegan connected with First Presbyterian Church in Pottstown, a congregation with which his father had been a lifetime member. Within a year of becoming a member, Deegan organized…
“I’m not in this to become a politician. I’m in this to attempt to bring forward some of the things that have been really worth doing in our politics…”
“The use of demographics is not about learning numbers. It’s about putting a face, a heart, a mind and a behavior on a population so that churches, as they engage people, understand what their hopes and dreams are.”
Jean helped start the PEAL (Pastors Encouraging And Listening) Team in Pittsburgh Presbytery and received a national award for her work.
“If you think about it, ‘It’s the most wonderful time of the year,’ only it’s not.”
What follows is a recap that was shared with parents following the Middle School Retreat titled “Broken: A Faithful Response to Bullying & Suicide” that was held at Crestfield Camp and Conference Center during consecutive November weekends in Slippery Rock, PA. For more on the program, read a story here. We would like to share…
Bruce was the Moderator of the Presbytery of Shenango from 1985-86 and was also a past chair of the Committee on Ministry for Huntingdon Presbytery.
Twenty pilgrims from Pennsylvania, New York and Ohio flew to Israel on Oct. 18 to visit the land of the Bible. These pilgrims were from many walks of life: high school students, pastors, retirees, doctors, massage therapists, teachers and more. With Brian Kvasnica of Jerusalem Biblical Studies Society as their guide, they spent 11 days…
“If you can’t afford a website, your church is just as accessible through Google. It’s a step toward having a website.”
“This is something we can present and nobody should have a problem with it and hopefully we can steer other people to find out more about God and Jesus and the Ten Commandments.”