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  • More than just advocacy for Colombia (6/12/2019) - By Carson Smith, a Young Adult Volunteer in New York City who previously served in the region of Urabá in Colombia. He is a member at First Presbyterian Church of Ann Arbor and a recent graduate of the University of Michigan where he studied public policy and transitional justice. On Friday, May 24th, Nidiria Ruiz Medina found … Read More
  • 20th Anniversary Pilgrimage to Columbine (6/10/2019) - This reflection comes to us from Deanna Hollas, our Gun Violence Prevention Ministry Coordinator. June 8-9 was Wear Orange for Gun Violence Awareness. I want to share with you a new awareness I had around the issue of preventing gun violence. In late April, I traveled to Denver, CO to participate in a pilgrimage to … Read More
  • Spirit Accompanying: Support Accompaniment in Agua Prieta (6/4/2019) - In this season of Pentecost, will you join the Spirit Accompanying our siblings in Agua Prieta by making a small gift today to support PPF’s work? Gifts from $10 to $10,000 are needed to directly support this call. Donate here. Thank you. Dear Friend, Rosita stood up on the bench next to me and looked … Read More
  • Prayer for 10th Anniversary of Kairos Palestine (5/15/2019) - This prayer in honor of the 10th anniversary of Kairos Palestine was written by Rev. Annanda Barclay, the Associate Pastor at first Presbyterian Church in Palo Alto, California. She also serves on the board of More Light Presbyterians and was a delegate on the 2017 Interfaith Network for Justice in Palestine Delegation. 71 years ago … Read More
  • We’re answering a call for accompaniment in Agua Prieta (5/9/2019) - At CAME (Centro de Atención al Migrante Exodus) in Agua Prieta, Sonora, there are 160 people sleeping in a shelter with a 44 person capacity. The shelter is full to overflowing, but staff and volunteers remain committed to finding ways to extend hospitality to the migrants who knock at their door. Rather than seeing this … Read More
  • Why Are Churches Burning? (5/9/2019) - This reflection comes to us from Yenny Delgado, a psychologist, theologian, social activist, and educator. She has more than a decade of experience working with churches, youth movements, local governments, and social organizations. St. Mary Baptist Church. Greater Union Baptist Church. Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church. In these three churches, scores of children were baptized, couples … Read More