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How Communication Can Grow
Revisi t the parable of the sower and discover a wonderful metaphor
for how community can flourish when nurtured by good communication.
Extra! Extra! Professionals Reveal Secrets
to Successful Communication
Learn the dos and don'ts of effective written communication-from
newsletters to email, press releases to fund raising letters.
Circles: Communicating the
of Presbyterian Women Through Ritual
Clarify the role of PW in your congregation, presbytery and synod
as you consider "What is our circle communicating to others?"
--Lee and Elizabeth Hinson-Hasty
Finding the Good in Hollywood
Explore the spiritual merits of film and gather ideas
to make your next media experience sublime.
The ABC's of Public Speaking
Build your confidence and conquer your fear of speaking in
On the Road to Understanding
Discover biblical examples and Presbyterian resources for continuing
conversation in a time of disagreement.
--Deborah A. Block
Clarification of the relationship between Presbyterian
Women and the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.).
Incorporate prayer and scripture into every meeting and event
held by Presbyterian Women.
BIBLE STUDY RESOURCE
--Susan Jackson Dowd and Ellen S. Newbold
Love Like a River--Diane Karay Tripp
On the Horizon
Dispatch from Forbearance Presbyterian
Nell and the No-Fault Exchange--Charlotte Johnstone
Out of the Whirlwind
Meeting Basic Needs --Eugenia A. Gamble
Presbyterian Coffee Project--Patricia Lloyd-Sidle
Arms Trade Aiding Abuse--Catherine Gordon
Women's International War Crimes Tribunal--Laura Mariko Cheifetz
A question and answer column that deals with faith and life--and
where the two connect --Jane Parker Huber
Connecting with the work of the PW Churchwide Coordinating Team
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