The Presbyterian

Virtual Voice

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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...
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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...
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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...
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An Update on the Jackson, MS Water Crisis
While the “boil water” notice has been lifted in most parts of the City of Jackson and the water was declared “safe” last week, many people do not trust it and do not want to use...
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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...
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Carie Turner Retires - Going But Never Forgotten
By The Rev. Lina Robinson Hart             Anyone who knows Carie Turner is probably smiling and giving God thanks and praise.  For she has been working with our Synod and Living Waters for the World since...
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From Lament to Hope
The 225th General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) took place beginning with hybrid plenaries on June 18, followed by in person committee meetings over the next two weeks, and concluding with...
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