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Mission Matters

Sara Pottschmidt Lisherness, director of the Compassion, Peace & Justice Ministry and interim director of Presbyterian World Mission, writes about God showing up during this Holy Season of Advent. In this year like no other, we may feel alone, but God is journeying with us. (Photo by Rodolfo Clix, Pexels)

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CEDEPCA responds to immediate and long-term needs in Central America

The mission to build a more just world is a clear one for longtime Presbyterian Mission Agency global partner CEDEPCA (the Protestant Center for Pastoral Studies in Central America). (Photo by Esvin Sirin)

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Matthew 25 Church
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When Michael and Rachel Ludwig began their ministry in Niger, they started with a single question, "How can we as a Church make a difference?" In Niger, they have done just that by helping children get an education by building safe hosting centers for girls and boys who live miles from their nearest school, and by focusing on community health evangelism — training people in health care, agriculture and sanitation. And now, your gift can make even more of a difference. Not only have supporters like you already responded with an outpouring of generosity, but more friends of Presbyterian World Mission have committed to match all gifts received by Dec. 31, 2020, up to an additional $56,031 — that’s up to a total of $141,031! If you’ve already made your year-end gift, thank you! If you haven’t yet sent your gift, you still have time to double its life-changing impact before the end of the year. Thank you for sharing in our common commitment to help ensure quality education for all of God’s children as together we live into being a Matthew 25 denomination.

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Hope shines through in blast-affected Beirut

Beirut had suffered through the pandemic and an explosion on Aug. 4 in the city’s port area. Officials say the force of the explosion was 20% as powerful as the atomic bomb dropped by the United States on Hiroshima, Japan, on Aug. 6, 1945. Both the pandemic and the blast have exacerbated the daily struggles facing the Lebanese people. But as the calamities continue to pile up, hope remains the people’s anchor, according to the Rev. Elmarie Parker, regional liaison for Syria, Lebanon and Iraq.

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Christmas greetings from mission co-workers

Many of our mission co-workers shared Advent and Christmas greetings with their supporters.

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United Church of Christ in the Philippines asks for solidarity from international partners

The United Church of Christ in the Philippines (UCCP) has asked its ecumenical partners around the world to enjoin, pray and call for an independent international commission to investigate human rights violations in the Philippines.

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Igniting a movement in Haiti

A new Haiti Mission Network is being formed. Mission co-worker Cindy Corell asks that any individual, congregation or presbytery contact her directly if they are interested in learning more. Her email address is cindy.corell@pcusa.org.

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The Presbyterian Planning Calendar, a beloved publication of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), is once again seeking photo submissions from congregations, mid councils, camps, conference centers and education centers for use in its 2021-22 edition. The deadline to submit photos is Feb. 16, 2021.

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Matthew 25 – A bold vision and invitation

We recognize Christ’s urgent call to be a church of action, where God’s love, justice and mercy shine forth and are contagious. Over 680 churches and mid councils have accepted the Matthew 25 invitation to help our denomination become a more relevant presence in the world by building congregational vitality, dismantling structural racism and eradicating systemic poverty.

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