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The following are ways you can put your environmental faith and care for God’s creation into action, both as individuals and as communities. Congregations and faith leaders, be sure to check out the ministry ideas. This eco-action list is one

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Criminal Justice Conference

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February 17 – 19, 2012.  Stony Point Conference Center, Stony Point, New York. Join Presbyterians, people of faith of all denominations, and national experts for a consultation on the complex issues surrounding criminal justice in the United States with the goal of forming a new PHEWA network dedicated to criminal

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Unbinding Unbound: Launch in Denver

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The Long-Awaited Unbound Launches! On Thursday, October 20, 2011, the Advisory Committee on Social Witness Policy (ACSWP) launched Unbound: An Interactive Journal of Christian Social Justice ( in Denver, Colorado. Unbound is the successor of the much-loved Church & Society, the journal that, for 98 years (including its predecessors), was a


A Walk on the Economic Side, Looking for Power

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Managing Editor’s Corner August 19, 2011 by Patrick David Heery   [wpcol_1half id=”” class=”” style=””]Take a walk through any American city and you will discover a wide range of sites: gated mansions; cardboard boxes masquerading as homes; children with private tutors and crowded classrooms with decades-old textbooks; factories that produce

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