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Presbyterian Lay Committee media activity
Through its publication, The Layman, and its online presence The Layman Online (www.layman.org), the Presbyterian Lay Committee provides information concerning issues of interest to Christian leaders. Specific areas of emphasis are the shifting denominational lines, large theological and moral issues like marriage and religious freedom as well as property, legal and ecclesiastical issues faced by pastors and congregations as they seek to realign from one denomination to another.
Carmen Fowler LaBerge
President and Executive Director Carmen Fowler LaBerge is available to provide interviews regarding all types of Presbyterian news, as well as cultural and theological issues. With 17 years of pastoral ministry experience, 20 years in mainline renewal work and five years at the helm of the Lay Committee, she has a wealth of knowledge to share. Let Carmen know how she can help with your story or segment. She can be reached by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or phone (800-368-0110 or 843-301-5673).
Carmen is also available to teach and preach at churches or speak at events.. A graduate of Princeton Theological Seminary, her pastoral experience includes serving at the 5,600-member First Presbyterian Church in Orlando, Fla., the 600 member Providence Presbyterian Church on Hilton Head Island, SC and the 100- member Rabun Gap Presbyterian Church in the mountains of northeast Georgia. She has taught seminars, delivered sermons and keynote speeches nationwide.
For more information on Carmen, click here.