Entries by andrew

Red Light, Green Light

By Lori Raible Let me go ahead and get this out there: I’m one of those people who texts at red lights. You honk at me when the light turns […]

Ripe “Old” Age

By Katherine Kerr Age has been on my mind lately.  No doubt that is partly due to the fact that, at 41, I am expecting my first child this summer.  […]


Dear friends, As we wrestle with tragedy as individuals, congregations, and the larger church, please receive these pastoral and prophetic words from Marcia Mount Shoop as an offering. Personally I […]

Where Is My Place at NEXT?

by Helen Wilkins As a sophomore at Presbyterian College who’s majoring in Christian Education and excited to follow a calling into ministry, the question “What’s NEXT?” is extremely relevant to […]

The Most of These

by Kim McNeill Last week, with the help of dedicated youth advisors, I took a group of middle schoolers from University Presbyterian to Washington, DC for a spring break service […]

What New Ministers Need

by George Anderson “I went to Law School to learn Law.  I learned how to practice Law after I joined a law practice.”  Robert Ballou, a lawyer in the church […]

From Generation to Generation

by Steve Willis My sister works in a high rise building overlooking Rockefeller Square in New York City and her husband works in the city as well.  They live north […]

A Journey Together

By Frank Spencer When asked to reflect on the NEXT Church event in Charlotte, I find that I cannot limit my thoughts to this one gathering.  For me, the development […]