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Friends in Christ,

Christ is Risen! Christ is Risen, indeed!

Sara LishernessI need to remind myself of this reality on a daily basis – it so easily gets obscured by the daily barrage of challenging news. It is hard to stay focused on the Good News when we are reminded constantly of the brokenness of the world. Yet we are called to give voice and vision to the Good News that Christ has risen. We are called to live in "hope that is not seen." As the Presbyterian Church we are living into hope – expressed by the vision and call to congregations and mid councils to become a Matthew 25 Church. Read below to see how the ministries of Compassion, Peace and Justice continue to work in these areas, to live our Jesus’ call.

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Presbyterian minister leads Poor People’s Campaign from backroads to Washington

The Rev. Dr. Liz Theoharis is chair of the campaign, which is supported by the Racial & Intercultural Justice ministry and the Office of Public Witness.

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Celebrating 50 years of the Presbyterian Hunger Program

Having declared hunger a major mission priority of the church in 1969, Presbyterians continue to be engaged in fighting hunger. Take a deep dive into 50 years of the Hunger Program.

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Iowa awards show when disaster strikes, Presbyterians step up

Honorees helped a town devastated by a tornado and an immigrant community thrown into turmoil by an ICE raid.

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Peacemakers will tell churches about Matthew 25 work around the world

Presbyterian Peacemaking Program has assembled 15 International Peacemakers for 2019. Apply now to host a Peacemaker in your community.

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More than 200 Presbyterians sharpen their social justice skills at CPJ Day

The PC(USA) Office of Public Witness presented its annual day of advocacy training in Washington the first weekend of April.

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Washington activist urges Presbyterians to go ‘beyond ally to being an accomplice’

Presbyterian Committee on the Self-Development of People board member Samantha Paige Davis spoke at Compassion, Peace & Justice Training Day.

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The Church Must Be Clear on Both Iran and North Korea

In Unbound, the journal of the Advisory Committee on Social Witness Policy, an Armenian/Iranian Presbyterian elder reflects on nuclear negotiations with North Korea and Iran.

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Presbyterian delegates from New Zealand find pride, compassion at UN Commission

The terror attack in Christchurch took place during the 63rd UN Commission on the Status of Women. New Zealand Presbyterians found support in their American counterparts.

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General Assembly directive gives MRTI clear environmental policy guidance

With guidelines from GA 223, Mission Responsibility Through Investment advocates for action to combat climate change.

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Join the movement of Presbyterians in Baltimore for a Big Tent like no other!

Join Presbyterians from across the U.S. August 1—3 for a family friendly energizing three days. Come together and live in this moment so that we may be sent out to affect change in our own communities.

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