Order Your 2013–2014 Presbyterian Planning Calendar Now!
The 2013–2014 Presbyterian Planning Calendar is an invaluable resource for the whole church that includes photographs of Presbyterians living out their faith across the country and around the world.
The wire-bound 8½" x 11" calendar, punched to fit standard binders, offers numerous useful features that keep you in touch with the church and its ongoing life and work.
monthly calendar pages for June 2013 through December 2014
lectionary for the Lord’s Day and special days
liturgical days and colors for the liturgical seasons, programmatic emphases, and secular holidays
monthly planning suggestions and resources
• synod, presbytery, and PC(USA) staff directories
foldout synod, presbytery, and world maps—in color
The Presbyterian Mission Yearbook for Prayer & Study
The Presbyterian Mission Yearbook for Prayer & Study is the PC(USA)'s daily devotional with 365 inspiring mission stories that come from next door and all across the globe. The stories for the 2013 Mission Yearbook were collected around the theme, "How many loaves have you?" (Mark 6:38). Order your copy today!
Organized in three parts—Engage: Gospel, Engage: Discipleship, and Engage: Mission—this curriculum line features seven-session resources that inspires a journey of prayer and faith-sharing, equips members to live out and share their growing faith, and connects the church with its community .
In this groundbreaking study, theologian, pastor, and popular author M. Craig Barnes reveals the Heidelberg Catechism's true identity. An event kit contains everything you need to plan a six-week all-church study of the Heidelberg:
One copy of the Body & Soul book
A DVD with video session intros by M. Craig Barnes
A resource CD with reproducible small group discussion guide and leader's guide, worship planning guide for a six-week series of services and sermons on the Heidelberg, and an all-church event planning guide.
The Heidelberg Catechism helps adult and young adult participants understand the new translation of the catechism that is being considered for the PC(USA)'s Book of Confessions. This study provides an in-depth look at the catechism; clarifying challenging issues that surround the current translation in the Book of Confessions and deciphering its concepts for today's Christians. It invited participants to know the creed more fully from an understandable yet theological perspective.