Presbyterians Today

JUN-JUL 2018

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28 18 The Spirit at work in St. Louis The Hands & Feet initiative makes its debut in St. Louis and shows how helping hands can begin healing the brokenness of racism. Paul Seebeck and Donna Frischknecht Jackson 24 Beyond a bag of groceries From cooking classes to blessing boxes to building partnerships with farms, churches are going beyond the traditional food pantry model to meet the needs of the hungry. Sherry Blackman 30 Raising future advocates See how churches are instilling a sense of advocacy in tots and teens. Donna Frischknecht Jackson 36 A church, a camper and a couple in need A couple experiences radical hospitality when a Presbyterian church invites them to "boondock" on church property. Nette Miller 40 Tough talks and … a joy for meetings? Denise Anderson and Jan Edmiston reflect on their time of service as co-moderators. Rick Jones Features 18 CONTENTS Volume 108, Issue 3 June/July 2018 PDS 17116-18-003 38 27 32 On the Cover: Andrew Weaver, a freshman at Miami Country Day School and youth group member of Miami Shores Presbyterian Church in Miami Shores, Florida, joins fellow students in marching for stricter gun control laws. Photo by Marta Lavandier

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