Listening to God
Danelle Crawford McKinney reflects on the importance of listening to God through family, new friends and the world around us.
Coming Full Circle: Presbyterian Women
and American Indians
Elona Street-Stewart reviews the history of collaborative work between Presbyterian Women and the American Indian community.
Rhetoric and Reeducation
Alexis Presseau Maloof explains the importance of re-educating ourselves about Native American history.
The Importance of Elders and Family
in Native American Culture
Patricia Clark and Norma Sherman share insights on the historic importance of elders and family, as expressed by several Native American men and women.
Education—Challenges and Opportunities
for American Indians
Joy Temple Ray provides a brief history of American Indian education and looks at four educational models being used to address past failures.
. . . So That the People Will Live!
Cyndee King introduces the Sweetgrass Project, showing how the Pine Ridge community is taking action to prevent suicide and reach out to young people on the reservation.
And Yet, They Have Survived
Paula Clary describes the gratitude she feels from working with the Native community in Flandreau and as director of a domestic violence shelter there.
Taking Action in Pine Ridge
Alexis Presseau Maloof and Joy Temple Ray highlight the progressive community work of three groups on the Pine Ridge reservation.
In Our Midst—Native American
Sallie Cuaresma explains the importance of Native American Presbyterian ministry, reflecting on the lessons of the past and important steps for the future.
Installation Service for Presbyterian Women—
Called to Serve God
LaVonne Looking Elk
2010 USA Mission Experience Pull-out
Commitment Statement; South Dakota and Dakota Presbytery; Participants' Contact Information; What You Can Do
Bible Study Resource—Journeys Through Revelation: Apocalyptic Hope for Today
Nelle McCorkle Bordeaux looks at Lessons Eight and Nine of Journeys Through Revelation, and provides additional questions for reflection.
People of Great Faith
Working for Justice and Peace
Baltimore Dakota Learning Camps
What One PW Is Doing
Native American Presbyterian Women Gathering
Going in Circles
Behind the Door
A Prayerful Sorting
Answering Violence with Support and Advocacy
Pages Worth Turning
News and Information About Presbyterian Women and the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)
Knowing Where We're Going
Amy Starr Redwine
Strengthening the PC(USA)
Mission in Reverse
Linda Bryant Valentine
Web Exclusives This Issue
The Medicine Wheel
Simon Looking Elk
The cover of the March/April 2011 issue features a medicine wheel. Learn more about its meaning and importance to the Dakota, Lakota and Nakota people
USA Mission Experience Devotional
Danelle Crawford McKinney
Based on Psalm 23, this devotional was prepared for USA Mission Experience participants and will encourage you to listen for God's voice all around you?
USA Mission Experience Participant Reflections
USA Mission Experience participants and hosts
Learn more about the people, places and experiences that made a great impact on USA Mission Experience participants and hosts.
A Brief History of Dakota Presbytery and Hymns Selected for the Installation Service for Presbyterian Women
Simon and LaVonne Looking Elk
Learn more about Dakota Presbytery, the work of Presbyterian women there and the importance of the hymns selected for the PW Leader Installation Service.
Videos from USA Mission Experience
Singing a Dakota Hymn
Sisters Singing a Praise Song
Learning about Wounded Knee Massacre
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