Presbyterians Today

APR-MAY 2018

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28 Features 18 CONTENTS Volume 108, Issue 2 April/May 2018 PDS 17116-18-002 18 Church property: The new mission field Congregations are finding creative ways to use property, both inside and outside of the building, to reach those in the community. Sue Washburn 22 The Death Café phenomenon A worldwide movement is creating an opportunity for churches to talk about death, especially among millennials who are dying to talk about the subject. Gusti Linnea Newquist 24 Industrialization challenges Native American way of life Four Columbia River tribes in Oregon tackle the issue of industrialization, saying that caring for the Earth has become a spiritual crisis. Rick Jones 28 Pentecost Offering helps youth See how gifts to the Pentecost Offering help today's youth reach their full poten- tial. Pat Cole 30 Hikers ministry revives small church A church finds a new purpose and mission by welcoming weary hikers on the Appalachian Trail. Sherry Blackman 34 Participating in the worship hour Pastors are engaging the senses on Sunday morning, getting more pew-sitters engaged in the worship experience. Leslie Mott 29 22 24

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