Fall 2022 Issue

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From the Synod Executive: Welcome to the third edition of the Synod of Living Waters’ new online newsletter, the “Virtual Voice.” It is my pleasure and honor in this edition to announce the launch of the synod’s new website – including a new address: www.synodlw.org. Among other features of the new website is an archive …

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Flood Update

By Rev. Phillip Lotspeich It’s been almost 4 weeks since the catastrophic flooding in Eastern Kentucky. The temptation is to assume all is better and move on to the next major issue happening in the world. We’ve already seen more flooding occurring in the west and southwest. While we understand that this is normal, we cannot let out …

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Buckhorn Home for Children Rebuilding After Summer Floods

Our Synod’s Covenant Partner, the Buckhorn Home for Children, was right in the middle of the Eastern Kentucky summer flooding crisis, but thankfully they did not experience too much damage.  Ms. Darlene Herald, Director of Compliance, told us that there was some water damage to their Administration building and to some of their non-residential cottages. …

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Author’s Corner

The Rev. Eugenia Anne Gamble, author of Words of Love: A Healing Journey with the Ten Commandments By the Rev. Lina Robinson Hart             Words of Love: A Healing Journey with the Ten Commandments is the latest book by our synod’s own Rev. Eugenia Anne Gamble. Instead of seeing the Ten Commandments as a condemning …

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Columbia Theological Seminary calls a new President – The Rev. Dr. Victor Aloyo, Jr.

As of August 1st, the Rev. Dr. Victor Aloyo, Jr., began his new calling as Columbia’s president. As a Covenant Partner (https://synodlw.org/resources/) with the Synod of Living Waters, Columbia Seminary has been an engaged and meaningful collaborator with our presbyteries for many years. In the old PCUS, various synods officially sponsored and maintained covenant relationships with …

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