A Drop in the Bucket
Dee Dee Risher asks, "Can the environmental crisis be a spiritual gift?"
Ben Daniel shares how his congregation became the first certified "Green Business" in Silicon Valley.
An ECHO Hear Around the World
Anna H . Bedford introduces readers to the good work of ECHO—Educational Concerns for Hunger Organization.
Caring for God's Creation
Rebecca Barnes-Davies reveals how Presbyterians for Restoring Creation embraces the Christian ethic of eco-justice (and how you can, too!).
What Is Enough?
William O'Brien looks at the manna narrative as God's primer for a new economic system.
Stirring the Pot
Pat Plant makes the connection between Hunger Action Enablers and the environment.
A Switch and a Prayer
Kristy Graf explores what it means to be part of the solution when facing the consequences of our energy choices.
Above and Beyond Bible Study Resource
In preparation for using this year's Horizons Bible study, Helen Gregory Wise provides storyteller versions of Jonah and Ruth.
Going Above and Beyond [insert]
Leah Ellison Bradley and Cheri Harper provide suggestions for personally engaging the new Horizons Bible study and nurturing your faith between Bible study meetings.
2007 Thank Offering Grant Recipients and Dedication Service
Praise for God's Universal Glory
• Psalm 148
Dispatch from Forbearance Presbyterian Church
Warm Enough for You?
• Charlotte Johnstone
Nurturing Our Faith
Turning Over a New Leaf
• Steve Shussett
Your House of Hope
• Bett De Jarnett
Working for Justice and Peace
Hidden Hunger, Hidden Harvest
• Marge Johnson and Jean Vieten
News and Information About Presbyterian Women
and the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)
Pages Worth Turning
Plant a Bush or a Shrub
• Pat Gleich
Strengthening the PC(USA)
Called to a Sustainable Future
• Clifton Kirkpatrick
Thanks for Coming
• Susan Jackson Dowd
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