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Mary C. Nebelsick, mission specialist for mission interpretation with Presbyterian World Mission, shares a lesson learned from the late Theophilus Appavoo (left), a Dalit liberation theologian who often said showing up together is the key to creating a more loving world. (Photo provided)

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2020 virtual Congo Mission Network annual conference

The Congo Mission Network (CMN) meets yearly to review progress in partnerships with the Presbyterian Church in the Congo and to plan out the next year’s activities. CMN will host a series of virtual meetings this fall and winter, beginning Sept. 16. The theme is "Unity, Justice and Reconciliation in the U.S. and Congo: Christian Faith in the Time of COVID-19." Other sessions will include topics such as health care, theological reflections on racism, community development, education and worship. Learn more about the network at

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Technology bridges the gap between two continents

In African culture there is a belief that no one should be left behind. As a result, mission co-worker Dustin Ellington’s students at Justo Mwale University took initiative to ensure that everyone could stay connected virtually during the pandemic.

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Voices in
cry out for justice

On the separation barrier inside Bethlehem, a mural of Eyad Al-Hallaq is a reminder of injustice. Al-Hallaq, a 32-year-old Palestinian man with autism, was shot and killed May 30 by Israeli police for allegedly failing to stop at a checkpoint just inside Lions’ Gate in the Old City of Jerusalem. His teacher, who was accompanying him to take a gift to his school, begged police not to shoot, telling them he did not understand. (Taqi Spateen, a Palestinian artist)

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‘There’s no "them." There is only "all of us"’

As COVID-19 circles the globe, mission co-workers the Rev. Ryan and Alethia White in Berlin believe that working together, in our respective corners of the world, can improve protection for human rights everywhere.

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Working together to be the Church in Niger

Although being away from partners in Community Health Evangelism in Niger has been challenging, mission co-workers Michael and Rachel Ludwig are continuing their work from a distance.

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Taiwan has become a role model in fighting COVID-19

In Taiwan, masks were already optional by the time mission co-worker the Rev. Jonathan Seitz took this photo. Taiwan is receiving praise for its highly effective response to COVID-19, recording only seven deaths in a country of 24 million people.

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Matthew 25 Church
Support mission co-workers

Since 1984, the Presbyterian Peacemaking Program, in partnership with World Mission, has helped make it possible for international peacemakers to travel throughout the U.S. each fall to open our hearts and minds, broaden our sense of God’s inclusive family, and help equip us to build a culture of peace and nonviolence for all God’s children. Although current travel restrictions have caused their annual itineration to be canceled this year, we are pleased to announce a two-week International Peacemaker Virtual Symposium, Sept. 27–Oct. 10, featuring a number of our past international peacemakers. The Symposium will feature a schedule of online interviews, panel discussions and presentations with peacemakers who have visited us in the past. The International Peacemaker Program is supported by your gifts to the Peace & Global Witness Offering, taken by most congregations on World Communion Sunday, Oct. 4. In addition, the Peace & Global Witness Offering produces A Season of Peace daily reflections designed to help participants explore practices for building peace on every scale. Sign up today to receive these reflections in your email.

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Mission co-workers continue to serve Zambia from Atlanta

During the pandemic, mission co-workers Melissa and Charles Johnson, serving in Zambia since 2015, are joining a different virtual worship service each Sunday from Atlanta. They have also participated in Bible studies, minutes for mission and a story hour for children. "We are still doing the work that is important to us," said Charles. "It’s just a little more difficult right now."

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Christian-Muslim co-op provides food and employment in Indonesia

Farsijana Adeney-Risakotta, a mission co-worker, founder and director of House of Authentic Sense (HAS) in Yogyakarta, Indonesia, fasted with her Muslim friends as a sign of solidarity and concern during COVID-19. Together they turned their frustration of having to stay home into the satisfaction of knowing HAS is producing quality products to feed many families.

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Invite a Presbyterian mission co-worker for a virtual visit to your church

José LaMont Jones, a new mission co-worker and education consultant in Congo, works alongside the Presbyterian Community of Kinshasa. A soon as he completed his onboarding and training as a PC(USA) mission co-worker, the COVID-19 pandemic and shelter-in-place order hit. He continues to work creatively so he can realize his call to serve.

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Download the 2020–21 Mission Personnel Guide

The new 2020-21 "Called to Service: Witnessing God’s Love Around the World" Mission Personnel Guide is available now!

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Matthew 25 Church
Matthew 25-Actively engaged in the world

The Matthew 25 invitation was officially launched in April of 2019. Over a year later there are over 600 churches, groups and mid councils that have made the commitment to become a Matthew 25 church and work towards building congregational vitality, dismantling structural racism and eradicating systemic poverty.

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