Currently in Mission Crossroads Magazine . . .
Mission Crossroads Magazine Fall 2012
- At the crossroads
by Hunter Farrell
Presbyterians are in a position to work for a fairer and more just world and to empower people who are vulnerable.
- Welcoming a new General Manager and new YAV Coordinator
by Judson Taylorl
Gregory Allen-Pickett has joined Presbyterian World Mission to serve as General Manager. Richard Williams will be the new Coordinator of the Young Adult Volunteer program
- World Roundup
by Catherine Cottingham
Presbyterian World Mission brings God’s global family together to heal the wounds of poverty and violence, and proclaim God’s saving love in Jesus Christ.
- Getting at the root of poverty's grip
by Judson Taylor, Pat Cole, Ruth Brown, Rebecca Young, and Jan Heckler
One of the three critical global issues Presbyterian World Mission, its global partners, and U.S. Presbyterians have pledged to address is identifying and addressing the root causes of poverty, particularly as it impacts women and children.
- Saying yes to God
By Bob Rice
Partner profile: Dr. Mulumba, General Secretary of the Congolese Presbyerian Church.
- House churches multiplying in Vietnan
By Roger Dermondy
Though small in numbers and less than two decades old, the United Presbyterian Church of Vietnam already has the vision to reach the entire nation of Vietnam.
- Growing the church in Taiwan
By Michael Parker
The Presbyterian Church of Taiwan (PCT) undertook an ambitious church growth plan in 2010 that aimed to increase its membership from 230,000 to 300,000 by the year 2015, when the church celebrates its 150th anniversary.
- An agent of generosity
By Pat Cole
Colorado minister donates $500,000 to Presbyterian World Mission to empower women and children around the globe.
- We need missionaries who will come die with us
By David Dawson
Recently when I participated in a Presbyterian World Mission Webinar on the current situation in Sudan and South Sudan, I was
asked why I think it is important to have mission co-workers serving in South Sudan.
- Tools for transformation
Jean Lindsay's gift continues the mission legacy of her late father.
- The reshaping of World Mission
By Judson Taylor
Presbyterian World Mission is reshaping itself to become more responsive to global partners and U.S. Presbyterians and more supportive of our mission personnel.