Blog spot: This week's blogs from PCI

11.8.2017 | Global Mission, Moderator, Mission in Ireland, Chaplaincy, Farming and Rural Life, Reformation 500


Each week different authors contribute their thoughts on a variety of subjects on the PCI blog. If you missed them, here's another chance to catch up.

Since we began posting, over 40 contributors – PCI staff, global mission workers, ministers, the Moderator and others – have posted over 100 blogs, on topics as diverse as discipleship and child protection, to the benefits of a good bike for refugees and asylum seekers.

In this weekly catch up, you can visit for the first time, or revisit again, some of the last few week's offerings.

 


Bumpy roads & warm welcomes: Presbyterian Moderator, Rt. Rev. Dr. Noble McNeely, looks back on his two weeks in Zambia where he and his wife Florence travelled for his overseas tour. You can read Noble's blog here.

 


Open Season: In her blog, Charlotte Stevenson reflects on the unseen dangers of farming, while also reminding us of consequences of sin and rejecting Jesus, of which we can also can be unaware. You can read Charlotte's blog here.

 



A Reformation Women: Part 2: As we continue our series of blogs on the 500th anniversary of the Reformation, Martyn Cowan provides the second part of his blog on Katharina von Bora, wife of Martin Luther. You can read Martyn's blog here.


The value of art: In his blog, Norman Harrison, hospital chaplain, explores the use and value of the arts in chaplaincy and patient care. You can read Norman's blog here.

 


If you follow the Presbyterian Church in Ireland on Twitter all blogs are tweeted @pciassembly with the hashtag #pciblog.

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