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  • Agua Prieta Accompaniment Update – November 2019 (11/8/2019) - The tumult of political news in the US can obscure the ways that changing policy is actually impacting people’s day to day lives, but policy changes have real consequences for real people. Every person waiting in la línea at the Port of Entry in Agua Prieta is enduring the harsh reality of current and ever-changing … Read More
  • Despite recent setback, we hope and work for peace in Colombia with our partners (9/3/2019) - The Presbyterian Peace Fellowship laments the recent news that three former commanders of the FARC (Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia) are calling for a renewed armed struggle. We lament both the renewed call to arms and the broken promises of the 2016 Peace Accords that have made these FARC leaders feel there are no other … Read More
  • Thoughts from Sara Pottschmidt Lisherness on Merilie Robertson, 2019 Barstow Driver (8/26/2019) - Join us at the 2019 Barstow-Driver Award Celebration! Info & Tickets here. From Sara Pottschmidt Lisherness, Director of Compassion, Peace, and Justice of the Presbyterian Mission Agency August 2019 Merilie Robertson has had a profound influence on me, my family and the course of our life. I discerned a call to ministry through my friendship … Read More
  • The Body of Christ in Action (8/7/2019) -  For just as the body is one and has many members, and all the members of the body, though many, are one body, so it is with Christ. The eye cannot say to the hand, “I have no need of you,” nor again the head to the feet, “I have no need of you.” (1 … Read More
  • Bill Coop, PRESENTE! (7/31/2019) - There will be a memorial service for Bill at the Stony Point Center, as Bill requested, on September 10 at 10:30 a.m. A lunch will follow. Click here to RSVP (you may make overnight accommodation arrangements at that link as well). Rev. William “Bill” Coop was one of the longest members of the Presbyterian Peace … Read More
  • PPF gathers with 500 other people of faith to demand an end to child detention (7/30/2019) - Yesterday, a delegation of PPFers gathered with about 500 people of faith gathered in El Paso, Texas to participate in a Moral Monday at the Borderlands. There were dozens of Presbyterians participating in the action with 500 other people of faith, including groups from Southside Presbyterian Church in Tucson, AZ, First Presbyterian Church of Santa Fe, Mission … Read More