Presbyterian Bloggers Unite // Poverty Last month the Presbyterian Bloggers Unite focus on Campus Ministry generated 30 or so blog posts that communicated people's deep love for and commitment to Campus Ministry.  Thanks to everyone who signed up and posted their thoughts and reflections.  The diversity of experiences and perspectives was inspiring.  Please take some time to read the posts and comment if you have a chance.

Next up for Presbyterian Bloggers Unite is POVERTY.  Some of you have already signed up, but in case you want to join in this month, here is the description.  I hope you will join in and post your thoughts. 

Objective:
To build
awareness of ways that the Presbyterian Church (USA) communities
address issues of poverty AND to offer ways to mobilize efforts.

Description:
On
the first day of each month, in order to build awareness, strengthen
community and spark action Presbyterian Church (USA) bloggers will post
their thoughts and musings addressing the following questions:

  • how would you define describe POVERTY and its impact in your community?
  • how has or has not your community of faith addressed issues of POVERTY?
  • what are the greatest hopes and challenges that you think face your
    community, larger church and the greater society in dealing with issues
    of POVERTY?
This month [05.01.09] it is POVERTY.

If you are new to Bloggers Unite, the platform I am using, once you join any particular group you will be sent reminders and instructions on submitted your published posting.  And you should see future topics as well, here, or individually below.

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