Presbyterians Today

FEB-MAR 2018

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28 Features 20 CONTENTS Volume 108, Issue 1 Februar y/March 2018 PDS 17116-18-001 20 Churchwide spiritual disciplines Practicing a spiritual discipline has gone from an individual activity to a group exercise as congregations discover the power of exploring and deepening faith together. N. Graham Standish 24 A spiritual practices calendar A Greensboro, North Carolina, congrega- tion becomes more intentional in practic- ing spiritual disciplines throughout the year. Ann Alexander 26 Faith and sports Presbyterians Today talks with the Rev. Marcia Mount Shoop, an advocate for sports reform, who sheds light on the dark side of sports. Paul Seebeck 30 A witness to resurrection hope See how gifts to One Great Hour of Sharing help to transform lives at home and abroad. Pat Cole 34 Big God, Big Questions A new confirmation curriculum, rooted in the promises made at baptism, comes to congregations this summer. Malinda Spencer 36 Sexual slavery's past revealed In South Korea's War & Women's Human Rights Museum, the story of "comfort women" is finally told. Kathy Melvin 38 Mission in Africa Presbyterian mission co-workers are working with global partners and building a brighter future through education and community health evangelism. Kathy Melvin 37 26 33

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