Texas Hope Presbyterian Church Hosts Diaper Drive-in

Hope Presbyterian Church with a 425-member congregation in north Austin, is among churches throughout the Synod of the Sun that is finding creative ways to make connections with their members and the people they serve during COVID-19, despite the cha…

How God Sustained Me in COVID-19 and 9/11

Christina Ray Stanton who served Redeemer Presbyterian Church in New York City for the past ten years as the short-term missions director, shared her story of battling coronavirus on the Gospel Coalit…
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