Hold on Tightly
Shannon Craigo-Snell shares her insights on how to engage other theologies, more fully understand our own theological places, and even challenge our own imbedded theological assumptions.
Holy Living and Dying
Patricia K. Tull draws from the experience of her own mother’s burial preparations and funeral to demonstrate how our theology can shape a faithful, God-focused approach to the funeral as we all must grapple with the difficult realities of death and funerals.
A Balanced Life: Thinking, Praying and Living the Faith
Eva Stimson explores three ways of approaching our faith—by head, heart and hands—and urges us to not settle into just one approach for understanding and being in relationship with God.
Growing Toward a Bigger God: My Theological Journey Through Suffering
Arianne Braithwaite Lehn reflects on how her father’s cancer diagnoses changed her theology, moving her from a brittle theology to a strong one, reinforced with hope.
Who Do You Say That I Am? Jesus’
Question for All of Us
Rhonda Mawhood Lee recounts three biblical stories where people’s words and actions show who they understand Jesus to be. She then invites us to examine similar moments in our lives.
Newly retired, Kathleen Long Bostrom sifts through the various labels that give our lives meaning at various times, and the one label—child of God—that is who we always will be.
Bible Study Resource
Betsy Ensign-George offers additional points for reflection for Lessons Six and Seven of the 2013-2014 Horizons Bible study, An Abiding Hope: The Presence of God in Exodus and Deuteronomy by Janice Catron.
Birthday Offering Dedication Service
2014 Birthday Offering Recipient
2013 Horizons Index
Your Inner Theologian
Cecilia Amorocho Hickerson
Going in Circles
Community in Mission
Pages Worth Turning
What One PW Is Doing
Ending Trafficking of Young Girls
L. Nadine Hill
Working for Justice and Peace
Unite to End Violence Against Women
News and Information About Presbyterian Women and the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)
Loss of Innocence
Amy Starr Redwine
Strengthening the PC(USA)
A Presbyterian Renaissance
Neal D. Presa
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