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Reflect on the devotional
Serving God and Country
Learn about the struggles and joys of female Presbyterian Chaplains.
--Amy Starr Redwine
Making Room at the Table
Learn how to stay at the table--and make room for others--during
--Kikanza Nuri Robins
Breaking Down Barriers and Building Relationships
Giddings-Lovejoy Presbytery shares its struggles and successes in dismantling
racism and privilege.
--Ellen Birkett Morris
An Open Letter to PW
A young woman offers thoughts on how Presbyterian Women can include
more women from her generation.
--Ann Crews Melton
Put the consensus model of decision making to work for your group.
PWs Who Play Together, Stay Together
Creative PW groups across the country show how to stretch traditional
circles and build fellowship.
--Beth M. Snyder
Stitching a Dream
Presbyterian Women in Pennsylvania and women in Honduras partner for
an exciting mission.
Installation Service for Church Leaders
Wrestling with Scripture
Enjoy another perspective on lesson eight of the 2003-2004 Horizons
Bible study, The Face is Familiar: Remembering Unnamed Women in
BIBLE STUDY RESOURCE
A Prayer for Business and Professional Women
Dispatch from Forbearance Presbyterian Church
When the Fat Lady Sings
Out of the Whirlwind
The Ten Commandments---A Love Story
Eugenia A. Gamble
News and Information about Presbyterian Women and the Presbyterian Church
Restoring Creation for Communities Today and Tomorrow
Harry Potter: Fanciful Wizard or Banned Book?
--Jane Parker Huber
Leading Us Into the Future of Presbyterian Women
--PW Enabler Committee
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