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Life and Hope

My first visit to the Iglesia Presbiteriana de Venezuela (IPV) took me to Vida y Esperanza (Life and Hope) Church in the city of Maracay. The church there is small and unimposing, in an average house in the center of … Continue reading

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Better together: Ecumenism & Networks

The Red UMAVIDA is an ecumenical network, comprised of three Bolivian denominations (Lutheran, Methodist, and Presbyterian churches) and six community organizations from around the country. At the annual assembly earlier this year I was invited to share some thoughts about … Continue reading

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Better Together: New Steps in Mission

A lot of my energy these days is going toward preparations for a Presbyterian World Mission consultation in Dallas this October, called Better Together. It’s a gathering of a wide variety of folks from across the PC(USA) and partner churches … Continue reading

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Notes from Colombia

I meant to share this link several days ago to a reflection my friend Richard Williams wrote about the courage of public protest he has accompanied in Colombia. He opens with these questions: How do you speak out when you … Continue reading

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