Posts tagged with ‘pwsd sunday’

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2017 PWS&D Worship Resource

by Anna Muir

“He put before them another parable: ‘The kingdom of heaven is like a mustard seed that someone took and sowed in his field; it is the smallest of all the seeds, but when it has grown it is the greatest of shrubs and becomes a tree, so that the birds of the air come and make […]

Mark Your Calendars – PWS&D Sunday is February 5, 2017

by Anna Muir

On PWS&D Sunday, we remember the work our church is doing to uphold God’s promise of abundant life for all by serving vulnerable communities across the globe. Through programs in community development and emergency relief, together, we are making a difference! Make February 5 a day to reflect on those who continue to struggle for […]

Mark Your Calendars – PWS&D Sunday is February 7, 2016

by Anna Muir

On PWS&D Sunday, we remember the work our church is doing to support vulnerable families across the globe. Through programs in community development and emergency relief, together, we are making a difference! Make February 7 a day to reflect on those who continue to struggle for basic necessities such as nutritious food, clean water, adequate […]

Mark Your Calendars – PWS&D Sunday is February 2, 2014

by Karen Bokma

PWS&D Sunday is a time for you and your congregation to remember the work our church is doing together to support marginalized and vulnerable people through programs in international development and emergency relief. Make February 2nd* a day to think of those who struggle for basic necessities such as nutritious food, clean water, adequate health […]

PWSDevelopments 2013 Issue 4: Syria’s Humanitarian Crisis

by Karen Bokma

The war in Syria is one of the largest humanitarian crisis in the last 20 years. Over 100,000 people have been killed and more than 6.8 million people are displaced because of intensifying violence. This issue of PWSDevelopments looks at the status of the crisis and what life is like for those who are living […]

We Respond Together: 2013 Worship Resource

by Karen Bokma

This sermon, written by The Rev. Dr. Sarah Travis, explores what Jesus’ commandment to “love one another as he loved you” really means in our globalized world. As a church our mission to love one another has expanded to fill the whole earth. The imagery of foot washing is used to explain how we can […]