This artwork, which is taken from the 2006-2007 Presbyterian Planning Calendar, is of a portion of a stained-glass window found at Como Park Lutheran Church in St. Paul, Minn. Pack of 50.
This artwork, which is taken from the 2006-2007 Presbyterian Planning Calendar, is of a mosaci found at St. Thomas the Apostle Church in Phoenix, Ariz.
Pack of 50.
2004-2005 Planning Calendar Art Set features the twelve 12 art images from the 2004-2005 Presbyterian Planning Calendar, which are paintings by the Chinese artist He Qi and are suitable for framing. The dimensions of the images are 11" x 14" and are in full color.
Kairos Palestine is the "Letter from a Birmingham Jail" of our time. This Confession of Faith, written in 2009 by a broad spectrum of Palestinian Christian leaders, is addressed to Palestinians, Israelis, the international community--as well as all the churches of the world. It lifts up the classical theological virtues of faith, hope, and love that lie at the heart of the Christian Gospel, and affirms that resistance to injustice and oppression is firmly grounded in these principles. It is both an anguished cry in a dark hour and a profound testament to unquenchable hope.
The study plan includes informative background material on the Israel-Palestine conflict including three maps in color. This material provides essential historical, political, and theological context for the Kairos Palestine statement. The booklet is an excellent guide for readers undertaking an individual study of the document. Church-based groups will benefit from the detailed lesson plans for a three-week congregational study, including a list of thought-provoking questions to stimulate reflection and discussion.
This study guide is produced by the Israel/Palestine Mission Network (IPMN), a grassroots organization of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) established in 2004 with a mandate from the denomination’s General Assembly for the purpose of encouraging wider and deeper Presbyterian involvement with Palestinian Christians and advocating for the human rights of Palestinians under military occupation. As part of its mandate, the IPMN speaks to the church not for the church.
2015–2016 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. Calendar pages
begin with June 2015 and end with December 2016.