Vol. 139 Nbr. 10, November 2015
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- Carrying heartache and hope: vulnerable refugees deserve a share of our blessings.
- The face of reconciliation.
- Shame not the answer.
- Becoming orthodox.
- Embrace our standards.
- Funeral etiquette.
- Faith, works, praise: a rich journey in Hungary.
- 'Prophet, guide, counsellor': Rev. Dr. Richard Fee retires.
- Commemorating a legacy.
- Faith leaders sign statement on climate change and poverty.
- New record staff.
- Prominent presbyterian evangelist dies.
- 'Enough is enough': Almanarah churches cry out for Syrian families.
- Confessing faith out loud: moving from membership to missional disciple.
- Apocalyptic advent: what advent means to us depends on who and where we are.
- Telling the old story: lest we forget.
- Pancakes and bubblegum: encountering others, encountering Christ.
- A long road: finding strength and courage along the way.
- A life well lived; lessons my father taught me.
- The gift of faith: reflections from the heart.
- On the road: meeting refugees as they search for their future.
- Meeting refugees: getting to know the stranger and their struggles.
- People & places.
- Party like a Presbyterian: the church is alive, active, vibrant and odd.
- A wandering Arminian was my grandfather: are you doing your duty?