Prison ministry, advocacy and trauma healing in Malawi
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Mission Matters

The Rev. Philip Woods, associate director for strategy, program and recruitment in Presbyterian World Mission, writes about making a difference as we stand together.

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Where we
forget to look

Mission co-worker Jeremy Garbat-Welch writes about the Matthew 25 work of prison ministry, advocacy and trauma healing in Malawi, alongside the Church of Central Africa Presbyterian Nkhoma Synod. (Photo by Wickliff Kang’ombe Zulu)

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Deadline extended for travel study seminar to Hong Kong and Philippines

The Presbyterian Peacemaking Program and Presbyterian World Mission are hosting a travel study seminar to the Philippines and Hong Kong. The two-week trip, May 1–15, will focus on forced migration and labor trafficking. Apply by Feb. 1.

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Documenting the Church’s role in peacebuilding

Mission co-worker Shelvis Smith-Mather is studying at Oxford University. The road to the majestic halls of Oxford took a journey of nine years and three continents. But it is, he says, "crazy, wonderful, beautiful story." "And …a long story, but the details of the many stops and starts along the way speaks to how it has come together now in God’s time".

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Church of Central Africa Presbyterian and the PC(USA)

Mission co-worker Melissa Johnson and Young Adult Volunteer Emily Teerink write about a partnership for health and wellness in Zambia. (Photo by Emily Teerink)

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Mission speakers

Consider inviting a PC(USA) mission co-worker to visit your congregation in 2020. Contact Mary Nebelsick at 800-728-7228, ext. 5075.

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Short-Term Mission Trip Toolkit now available!

Mission does not belong to us; it belongs to God. God invites us to participate in God’s global mission, across town and across the world. Whether your congregation is planning to go on a short-term mission trip, study tour or partnership delegation, World Mission’s new Short-Term Mission Trip Toolkit has resources to help trip leaders and participants prepare to engage in cross-cultural mission.

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Matthew 25 Map
Become a Matthew 25 Church

Matthew 25 is a bold new vision and invitation from the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) that calls all of us to actively engage in the world around us, so our faith comes alive and we wake up to new possibilities. By accepting the Matthew 25 invitation, you can help our denomination become a more relevant presence in the world. Find out more and join us on this journey.

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