Join us for Survive and Thrive Conversations!

How are you doing as a clergywoman during this global pandemic? Are you surviving? Or are you thriving? Come together with other clergywomen to discuss these unprecedented times and to exchange ideas for both surviving and thriving in your ministry, whatever your context. God is with you and your sisters at NAPC are too! You … Continue reading Join us for Survive and Thrive Conversations!

Call for sermons against domestic violence

https://sojo.net/join100sermons Hello everyone, Have you ever preached a sermon against domestic violence?  Sojourners is searching for 100 of these sermons, and as of today 5/24/2018, they only have 60.  If you have such a sermon in your stable, please prayerfully consider submitting it to sojourners as part of their stand against domestic violence.     … Continue reading Call for sermons against domestic violence

Rev. Dr. Diane Moffett Elected

Blessings upon Dr. Moffett and her new call to serve the PCUSA as President & Executive Director of PMA...may the Spirit continue to move within the PCUSA. Moffett brings 30 years of innovative and transformative experience in church and community leadership to the position News Release Presbyterian Mission Agency Board Contact:   Kenneth.Godshall@pcusa.org LOUISVILLE – … Continue reading Rev. Dr. Diane Moffett Elected

Women’s Connection…”The Fullness of Life”

  NAPC Membership Chair and Administrator, JoAnne Sharp attended Women’s Connection 2017.  JoAnne reports: Rain was falling as the shuttle arrived at Montreat. Yet even with rain falling Montreat welcomes you like a longtime friend. Women were relaxing in the lobby of Assembly Inn, as they waited for the rooms to be ready. Some were … Continue reading Women’s Connection…”The Fullness of Life”

Big Tent Travels

Big Tent Travels I was blessed to have an opportunity to spend a few days in St. Louis at the PC(USA) Big Tent Gathering. The overarching conference theme was Racism, Reconciliation, Reformation. My wonderful roomie, NAPC Administrator, JoAnne Sharp, and I attended plenary, Bible study and worship together and then went our separate ways on … Continue reading Big Tent Travels

Singing the Lord’s Song in a Foreign Land

What are the challenges of serving overseas? What are the blessings? Do you see yourself coming back to the United States? What cultural pitfalls did you have to learn to avoid?  These thoughtful questions were put to me by NAPC’s steering committee member,  Susan Barnes, when she asked me a couple months ago to reflect … Continue reading Singing the Lord’s Song in a Foreign Land