Concerned about poverty worldwide? Is your group looking to raise awareness? Inform your constituents of the UN's Millennium Development Goals and Presbyterian Women's Purpose with this coated wallet card listing the goals on one side, the points of the PW Purpose on the other. Pack of 25. Limit two free packs per order; additional packs $1.00 each.
Designed to encourage meaningful dialogue about racism and to equip people of faith to work together to eradicate racism and bring about the beloved community that God intends. The DVD has four 15-minute segments. The accompanying study guide includes questions for reflection and dialogue.
Set of two Presbyterian Women resources dealing with community building. Customers will save $2.00 by purchasing the set, rather than ordering the two resources individually. The set includes Communication Basics and Building an Inclusive Caring Community Through Dialogue.
Written by Unzu Lee. We listen to the voices of the Asian Women Doing Theology from the vantage point of women in the Asian American context. Faithful to their backgrounds, their pain and their own understandings of their faith commitments and their cultural heritages, Lee describes the varied perspectives that contribute to an Asian American perspective. Lee explores Biblical understanding, cultural experience and identity of Asian American women probing the who, why and how of theological reflection. She challenges one to consider the reality often experienced as "neither/nor" and consider an alternative in which one can be "both/and."
The Women's Handiwork Project in Huari Khrai, Thailand, created these totes. The Handiwork Project helps keep women and children from falling prey to the sex industry. All totes are black with multicolor cross-stitched ribbon trim on one side and a zippered compartment on the other.