2013–2014 Horizons Bible Study Illustration by Lee Porter
2013–2014 Horizons Bible Study
An Abiding Hope:
Suggestions for Leaders
The books of Exodus and Deuteronomy invite us to
Janice Catron invites us to explore Exodus and
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Janice Catron is a teaching elder in the PC(USA) and serves as pastor of John Knox Presbyterian Church in Louisville, Kentucky. She has more than thirty years’ experience working in churches, writing curriculum, leading workshops, and teaching. Janice earned a master’s degree in English from Emory University, Atlanta, and a master of divinity degree from Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary. She did her doctoral work in Bible at the University of Chicago, and wrote the Horizons Bible study, Job: Faith Remains When Understanding Fails, published in 1997.
About the Suggestions for Leaders Author
Martha Sadongei (Kiowa/Tohono O’odham) is a teaching elder and 1996 graduate of Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary. She is active in Native American ministries in Grand Canyon Presbytery and across the denomination and serves Central Presbyterian Church in Phoenix, Arizona. A member of the Theological Task Force on Peace, Unity, and Purity of the Church, Martha has spoken at General Assembly, PW’s Churchwide Gathering, and the national Evangelism Conference.
About the Artist
Lee Porter tells stories through her art. Beginning with a Bible story or a social justice issue like homelessness, Lee develops images that she translates into fabric art. She has a degree in art history from Smith College and a master of theological studies degree from Wesley Seminary, Washington, D.C. She has had one-person shows at Smith College, Northampton, Massachusetts; IAO Gallery, Oklahoma City; and The Dadian Gallery, Wesley Seminary. Her work is part of individual and institutional collections including those of The Children’s Defense Fund, Washington, D.C., and World Hope International, Arlington, Virginia. She lives in Washington, D.C.
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