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When You Can’t Go Home
Blessings of Kinship Across Three Continents
Camille K. Hedrick reveals the differences and universalities she has experienced in friendships with women from various countries and cultures.
Faith in the Family
Amy Starr Redwine profiles Presbyterian families with multiple members serving as leaders in the PC(USA).
A Little Water and A Lot of Love
Jean Davidson reflects on baptism and the ways it connects church members as a family.
Finding a Way to Have Both
Jane Kaplan shares a personal story of one couple’s struggles and successes with Jewish-Christian intermarriage.
Keep Your Lamps Trimmed and Burning
Cynthia M. Campbell kicks off our celebration of the 100th anniversary of the first woman deacon (2006), the 75th anniversary of the first woman elder (2005) and the 50th anniversary of the first woman minister (2006) in the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.).
Sister to Sister
Shaping the Lives of Girls in Ethiopia
Rachel Weller looks at the unique role of women working with girls at the Bethel Mekane Yesus School in
Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
Based on Lesson 7 of What She Said: Quotable Women in Scripture
• Ann Weems
The Problem of Ishmael
Rebecca Irwin Diehl explores a story of missed opportunities in this Bible study resource for the 2004–2005 Horizons Bible study, What She Said: Quotable Women in Scripture.
horizons bible study resource
2005 Birthday Offering Grant Recipients
1988–2004 Horizons Index
Dispatch from Forbearance Presbyterian Church
Care in Progress
• Charlotte Johnstone
News and Information About Presbyterian Women and the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)
The Power of Words
• Pat Gleich
Making Mission Happen
Working for Justice and Peace
Taking Steps for Justice and Peace
Pages Worth Turning
Conversations About God
• Ann Ferguson
2006 Churchwide Gathering of Presbyterian Women
• Janice Catron
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