November 19, 2015
Taiwan Church News
November 2 - 8, 2015
Reflect And Forget What Lies Behind, Let Us Strain Forward To PCT 151
From the beginning till the end of this year, almost every event of PCT 150 is felt both jubilant and disparaging at the same time. Tainan Church Day, as one of the most important programs of PCT 150, is no exception. Some people are so jubilant to feel being encouraged,...
In 1975, five major Christian churches in Canada reached an agreement recognizing the validity of each other’s baptisms. Forty years later, the mutual recognition of baptism by the Presbyterian, Lutheran, United, Roman Catholic and Anglican (PLURA) churches stands as a historic milestone in the ongoing ecumenical movement.
A news release from the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops (CCCB) on September 11, 1975 noted that the agreement followed an ecumenical study of baptism by the...
- Thank you. Over the past year, through your appeal gifts, supporters like you have
- Scripture shows us a great leader in Nehemiah. But where is Scotland’s next generation of Nehemiahs? With your help, we can raise them up.
- In this new Beacon Press book, author Wen Stephenson tells his personal story of becoming an unlikely radical and argues that today's climate justice movement is less like environmentalism and more like the great human rights struggles of the past, like abolitionism and civil rights.
- United Methodist photojournalist witnesses arrival of refugees in Greece and heroics of volunteers providing assistance.
Church leaders join national faith-based organizations in appeal
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- But the children escape largely unharmed thanks to the hand of God, the director says.
White men in positions of power don't often risk that when other white men in positions of power are called to accountability by non-whites. This is a remarkable moment.
VALLEY FORGE, PA (11/19/15)—The Executive Minister Search Committee for the American Baptist Churches of Ohio announces the call of the Rev. Dr. Ernest H. Jones of Brooklyn, New York, to serve as the region’s next Executive Minister. The committee, chaired by the Rev. Dr. Marva Hughes of Dayton, Ohio, made the recommendation to call Jones to the Region Board at their November 7, 2015, meeting, and the Board voted unanimously after meeting with the candidate....