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Voice of conservative Presbyterians heard on Capitol Hill

By Chris Woodward A Presbyterian lay leader is keeping Capitol Hill members of her denomination up-to-date on the views of those in the pews. Carmen Fowler LaBerge, president…

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Leaving? No. Protesting? Yes.

For the record, we (the Presbyterian Lay Committee) are not going anywhere. We are, in fact, going everywhere. More on that later. Here I will offer comment, comfort…

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Reactions to the 221st GA’s most controversial decisions

Reactions have been mixed in the days following decisions regarding same-sex marriage and divestment from major U.S. corporations doing business in Israel made by the 221st General Assembly…

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Praying for … us! Presbyterian Lay Committee

On Fridays we pray for our partners within our Presbyterian family. Well, today could we ask you to pray for us? The mission of the Presbyterian Lay Committee…

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Author’s pro-’gay’ argument designed for ‘itching ears’

By Charlie Butts An evangelical Presbyterian leader says the unbiblical argument being put forth in a book being released today by Multnomah will satisfy the “itching ears” of…

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Craiglow looks to become a teacher of teachers

Jodi Craiglow has been a teacher, but she has a desire now to be a teacher of teachers. And she is sure that is the direction the Lord…

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A never-ceasing quest for knowledge drives Cindy Pirtle

An attorney who became a stay-at-home mom, Cindy Pirtle always has had a love for learning. So much so that more than 20 years after finishing law school,…

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Sold-out believer who never sold out

The man regarded as perhaps the most influential surgeon general in U.S. history died earlier this week. C. Everett Koop, who served as surgeon general from 1982-89 following…

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Doug Meiser’s philosophy: Help others and let God lead

Doug Meiser has a favorite verse of Scripture that parallels his philosophy of helping others and being led by God. That verse is Romans 8:28, and it reads,…

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A ‘bolder’ Susan Mattingly becomes new PLC board member

Susan Mattingly says faith in God’s plan for her life has made her a bolder person, and that bolder Susan Mattingly is pushing for a return to ecclesiastical…

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