Compassion, Peace, and Justice Unbound

What is a “Peace Church?”

What is a “Peace Church?”

Is the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) now being called to become a “peace church,” not simply opposing particular wars but affirming nonviolence as a basic orientation toward conflict in our daily lives, in our communities, and in our world? If so, … Continue reading

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Emily Rose Proctor

What Would Jonah Do?

An HIV/AIDS Advocacy Sermon A Sermon by Emily Rose Proctor, originally preached on the 1st Sunday in Advent, World AIDS Day, December 2, 2012, at Brown Memorial Park Avenue Presbyterian Church, Baltimore, MD. This sermon is part of a series … Continue reading

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March for Rights, Respect & Fair Food

March 3-17, 2013: From Ft Myers to Lakeland, FL… 200 Miles Action Alert from the Rev. Noelle Damico, Associate for Fair Food, Presbyterian Hunger Program   Dear Friends, This Lent, you are invited to join the Coalition of Immokalee Workers in … Continue reading

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E. Taylor Doctor

Demythologizing HIV/AIDS as the Gay Man’s Disease

Johnson C. Smith Theological Seminary student begins candid conversations about HIV/AIDS, sexuality, race, and faith community. This is the third article of a February 7–March 7, 2013, series of reflections from Johnson C. Smith’s first annual HIV competency training conference. … Continue reading

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