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Honorary Life Membership Brochure 11/07 update
PW logo tablet sleeve with carry bag, green and black
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Presbyterian Women History Exhibit Kit 2013
PWR13137
Use the PW History Exhibit Kit to put together a PW heritage display for your gatherings. The 2013 edition features a wealth of display material in pdf format, including a six-panel timeline of PW history, a history of Presbyterian women publications, the Racial Ethnic display from the 2009 Gathering, 200 Years of Presbyterian Women video on DVD, a PowerPoint presentation on milestones of the journey toward ordination, and other materials. Just choose the elements you wish to have printed locally, and custom design your own exhibit.
 
Horizons Bible Study 2013-14 - An Abiding Hope (English)
HZN13100
In the nine lessons of An Abiding Hope: The Presence of God in Exodus and Deuteronomy, author Janice Catron invites us to remember that the central actor in human experience is God. Our God is one who redeems, who brings liberty and fulfillment even when we do not deserve it, when we cannot redeem ourselves. This redemption is a "saving to" the fullness of life God intends for all humanity. The instructions in Exodus and Deuteronomy for life as a covenant community were extended to people who were on the move, who knew what it is to be strangers in foreign land. These teachings both invite and challenge us to consider our relationship with and responsibility toward migrants near and far.

This study is available in several editions—English, ecumenical, Spanish, large-print, and audio. Supplemental materials include the January/February 2013 issue of Horizons magazine on a Christian response to immigration and a DVD of the author explaining each lesson of the study. All editions and supplements, as well as other related materials (promotional poster, pendant/charm, and workshop for leaders), are available from PDS. Type "An Abiding Hope" into the search box on Church Store to bring up the list. Additional resources are published in Horizons magazine beginning with the July/August issue. To subscribe, call 866/802-8635.
 
Horizons Bible Study 2013-14 An Abiding Hope (Large Print)
HZN13150
In the nine lessons of An Abiding Hope: The Presence of God in Exodus and Deuteronomy, author Janice Catron invites us to remember that the central actor in human experience is God. Our God is one who redeems, who brings liberty and fulfillment even when we do not deserve it, when we cannot redeem ourselves. This redemption is a "saving to" the fullness of life God intends for all humanity. The instructions in Exodus and Deuteronomy for life as a covenant community were extended to people who were on the move, who knew what it is to be strangers in foreign land. These teachings both invite and challenge us to consider our relationship with and responsibility toward migrants near and far.

This study is available in several editions—English, ecumenical, Spanish, large-print, and audio. The large-print edition is spiral-bound for ease of use.

Supplemental materials include the January/February 2013 issue of Horizons magazine on a Christian response to immigration and a DVD of the author explaining each lesson of the study. All editions and supplements, as well as other related materials (promotional poster, pendant/charm, and workshop for leaders), are available from PDS. Type "An Abiding Hope" into the search box on Church Store to bring up the list. Additional resources are published in Horizons magazine beginning with the July/August issue. To subscribe, call 866/802-8635.
 
Horizons Bible Study Companion DVD 2013-14 - An Abiding Hope
HZN13103
In the nine lessons of An Abiding Hope: The Presence of God in Exodus and Deuteronomy, author Janice Catron invites us to remember that the central actor in human experience is our God, a God who redeems, who brings liberty and fulfillment even when we do not deserve it, when we cannot redeem ourselves. The instructions in Exodus and Deuteronomy for life as a covenant community were extended to people who were on the move, who knew what it is to be strangers in foreign land. These teachings both invite and challenge us to consider our relationship with and responsibility toward migrants near and far.

Imagine Janice Catron herself leading your group or independent study! Although Janice cannot lead or attend every group in person, this companion DVD allows her to “virtually” introduce each lesson of the Bible study in nine videos that correspond to the lessons in the printed study. Here, she shares additional insights and poses questions for consideration and reflection.
 
Horizons Bible Study Workshop for Leaders - An Abiding Hope
HZN13101
In the nine lessons of An Abiding Hope: The Presence of God in Exodus and Deuteronomy, author Janice Catron invites us to remember that the central actor in human experience is God. Our God is one who redeems, who brings liberty and fulfillment even when we do not deserve it, when we cannot redeem ourselves. This redemption is a "saving to" the fullness of life God intends for all humanity. The instructions in Exodus and Deuteronomy for life as a covenant community were extended to people who were on the move, who knew what it is to be strangers in foreign land. These teachings both invite and challenge us to consider our relationship with and responsibility toward migrants near and far. Introduce An Abiding Hope at your circles, gatherings and worship services with this workshop for leaders. The workshop also is available for free download at www.pcusa.org/horizons. Look for the An Abiding Hope link.
 
Horizons Bible Study Ecumenical Edition 2013-14 - An Abiding Hope
HZN13102
In the nine lessons of An Abiding Hope: The Presence of God in Exodus and Deuteronomy, author Janice Catron invites us to remember that the central actor in human experience is God. Our God is one who redeems, who brings liberty and fulfillment even when we do not deserve it, when we cannot redeem ourselves. This redemption is a "saving to" the fullness of life God intends for all humanity.

The instructions in Exodus and Deuteronomy for life as a covenant community were extended to people who were on the move, who knew what it is to be strangers in foreign land. These teachings both invite and challenge us to consider our relationship with and responsibility toward migrants near and far.

This ecumenical edition, used by members of the United Church of Christ, the Disciples of Christ and others, is particularly relevant to those of the Reformed tradition.
 
Horizons Bible Study Audio 2013-14 - An Abiding Hope
HZN13172
In the nine lessons of An Abiding Hope: The Presence of God in Exodus and Deuteronomy, author Janice Catron invites us to remember that the central actor in human experience is God, who redeems, who brings liberty and fulfillment even when we do not deserve it, when we cannot redeem ourselves. The instructions in Exodus and Deuteronomy for life as a covenant community were extended to people who were on the move, who knew what it is to be strangers in foreign land. These teachings both invite and challenge us to consider our relationship with and responsibility toward migrants near and far.

This study is available in several editions—English, ecumenical, Spanish, large-print, and audio. Supplemental materials include the January/February 2013 issue of Horizons magazine on a Christian response to immigration and a DVD of the author explaining each lesson of the study. The audio edition is particularly helpful for those with sight impairments, those who want to enhance their study by having it read aloud, those who want to make travel time more fruitful, and others with special needs. It is a lightly abridged version with no Suggestions for Leaders.

All editions and supplements, as well as other related materials (promotional poster, pendant/charm, and workshop for leaders), are available from PDS. Type "An Abiding Hope" into the search box on Church Store to bring up the list. Additional resources are published in Horizons magazine beginning with the July/August issue. To subscribe, call 866/802-8635.
 
Horizons Bible Study 2013-14 - An Abiding Hope Spanish
HZN13110
In the nine lessons of An Abiding Hope: The Presence of God in Exodus and Deuteronomy, author Janice Catron invites us to remember that the central actor in human experience is God. Our God is one who redeems, who brings liberty and fulfillment even when we do not deserve it, when we cannot redeem ourselves. This redemption is a "saving to" the fullness of life God intends for all humanity. The instructions in Exodus and Deuteronomy for life as a covenant community were extended to people who were on the move, who knew what it is to be strangers in foreign land. These teachings both invite and challenge us to consider our relationship with and responsibility toward migrants near and far.

This study is available in several editions—English, ecumenical, Spanish, large-print, and audio. Supplemental materials include the January/February 2013 issue of Horizons magazine, on a Christian response to immigration, and a DVD of the author explaining each lesson of the study. All editions and supplements, as well as other related materials (promotional poster, pendant/charm, and workshop for leaders), are available from PDS. Type "An Abiding Hope" into the search box on Church Store to bring up the list. Additional resources are published in Horizons magazine beginning with the July/August issue. To subscribe, call 866/802-8635.
 
Honorary Life Membership Brochure 11/07 update
PWR07410
Honorary Life Membership Brochure 11/07 update
 
PW logo tablet sleeve with carry bag, green and black
PWR12397

Carry your computer tablet in PW style with the new PW-logo tablet sleeve with carry bag! Available in three color combinations: pink neoprene sleeve with black carry case with matching pink PW logo on the case (item PWR12395); royal blue neoprene sleeve with black carry case with royal blue PW logo with gold accent (item PWR12396); and green neoprene sleeve with black carry case with matching green PW logo embroidered on the case (item PWR12397). All cases include a small pocket on the carry bag, a pen loop and a D ring. The neoprene bag measures approximately 9" x 7" and fits comfortably into the zipper carry bag, which measures approximately 10" x 6.5" (the brightly colored neoprene bag sits just above the black carry case).

 
Horizons Magazine May/June 2013
HZN13220
Looking for a magazine that speaks to the issues that matter most to you, a Presbyterian woman?  If so, look to Horizons, the award-winning magazine devoted to the mission and purpose of Presbyterian Women.  The theme of this issue is "Family Roles."
 
Presbyterian Women Manual 2013 Download
PWR13116
Updated in 2012, with new bylaws added in 2013, the Presbyterian Women Manual is the essential guide for PW leaders and circles. The revised edition includes the fundamentals—structure and relationships, sample bylaws, sample budgets, guide for treasurers, tips for leaders—plus bylaws of incorporation for PW Churchwide and information about the role of Celebration Giving representatives. Among the advantages of the electronic edition is that you pay no shipping. (Upon purchase of the electronic edition from www.pcusa.org/store, an email will be sent with a link to the PDF download. The file may be saved on the purchaser's computer.) A print version of the manual also is available. To order the print version, order item PWR13115 (also $6).
 
Resources for Presbyterian Women 2013
PWR13001
The PW resource catalog provides ordering information for all available PW resources. The 2013 edition features a complete selection of 2013–2014 Horizons Bible study (An Abiding Hope: The Presence of God in Exodus and Deuteronomy) resources, 2013 Birthday and Thank Offering resources (including giving envelopes for reaching donors outside circles), updated PW Manual (with 2012 revised bylaws), apparel and gift items, and much more.
 
Horizons Magazine July/August 2013
HZN13230

Looking for a magazine that speaks to the issues that matter most to you, a Presbyterian woman? If so, look to Horizons, the award-winning magazine devoted to the mission and purpose of Presbyterian Women. The theme of this issue is "Interfaith Relations."

 
PW Mission Pledge Individual donor envelope 2014
PWR14500
The PW Mission Pledge individual giving envelope makes supporting the mission of PW and the church that much easier! Especially handy for those not affiliated with a PW circle, the envelope provides a way for any Presbyterian woman (or man!) to directly give to the PW Mission Pledge. The Mission Pledge funds the work of Presbyterian Women at all levels as well as represents one of the largest sources of undesignated funds for the mission of the PC(USA) worldwide.
 
25TH Anniversary Poster
PWR13410
Celebrate 25 years of Presbyterian Women witness with this poster that features photos from all program areas of Presbyterian Women, a 25-year timeline, and some amazing information about total giving over the last 25 years, and details the ways that PW witnesses to the promise of God's realm. Post these in your church for the whole congregation to see the work of Presbyterian Women.
 
Horizons Magazine September/October 2013
HZN13240
Looking for a magazine that speaks to the issues that matter most to you, a Presbyterian woman? If so, look to Horizons, the award-winning magazine devoted to the mission and purpose of Presbyterian Women. The theme of this issue is "Theology."
 
Racial Ethnic & Womens's Ministries/PW Brochure
2753813001
Racial Ethnic & Womens's Ministries/PW Brochure
 
Practicing God's Radical Hospitality
PWR13060
Every organization struggles with the challenges of change and difference. The church is no exception. But people and organizations can learn to respond to growth and change in constructive ways. As the author says, "If we put a pot of water on the stove, add some fresh vegetables, but don’t turn the heat on, it will never be soup. If we put it on high and leave it, it'll turn to mush. A practiced cook learns to bring the water to a boil, then turn the heat down to let it simmer. Along the way, she stirs the pot occasionally and adds salt, herbs or other seasonings to enhance the flavor of the vegetables." In short, individuals and organizations can learn to embrace change for enrichment, transformation and growth, and, in fact, might find that they need to seek and effect change in order to more effectively live the gospel message of God’s radical hospitality. This resource uses the mutual invitation process for Bible study about God's radical hospitality.
 
W 25th Anniversary Magnetic Bookmark
PWR13411
Celebrate 25 years of Presbyterian Women's witness with this magnetic bookmark that features an abbreviated 25-year timeline, the anniversary logo and a magnetic closure.  One side features the timeline, the other features the logo and interpretive text.  The two sides clasp the pages, held in place by a small but effective magnet.
 
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