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Emily Morgan

Dream, PC(USA)!

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What is your dream for the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) and the Church Universal? By Emily Hope Morgan   I am convinced that the only real failure the church is experiencing today is a failure to dream. Have we become so enthralled with nostalgic ideals of what the church “used to

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Past and Present, The Church Speaks on Economic Matters and New Challenges

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A General Assembly Policy Review with possible new applications of Reformed Christian Principles 2011 by Christian Iosso, Advisory Committee on Social Witness Policy View article in PDF (optimal for printing) [wpcol_1half id=”” class=”” style=””] Economic Crisis: We Have Been Here Before The Church has faced economic crisis before. This policy

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Living through Economic Crisis: The Church’s Witness in Troubled Times

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View arti­cle in PDF (opti­mal for printing) A Social Involvement Report for the 219th General Assembly (2010) Executive Summary In a time of continuing/deep economic recession, our faith gives us strength to face unemployment, poverty, and anxiety—not simply as individuals, but as a community with an ethical memory rooted in