Sharing and Creating Spanish-Language Resources Addressing LGBTQ Issues

Christian Hispanic/Latinx sisters and brother often must hide their sexual orientation or gender identity from their family, friends and religious community for fear of being rejected due to cultural, biblical and theological misconceptions. The Covenant Network is committed in 2017 to making many of its existing resources available in Spanish, and–where it will be helpful–to creating new ones.

The Presbytery of the Redwoods supports Janie Spahr

On February 20, 2012, a deeply-divided GAPJC affirmed the rebuke of the Rev. Dr. Jane Adams Spahr for having performed marriages for same-gender couples.  In its first meeting since that decision was handed down, the Presbytery of the Redwoods, as ordered, heard the report of the decision.  The presbytery’s response was to adopt the following […]

A Biblical Perspective on Homosexuality

A Sermon by Louise Westfall to Central Presbyterian Church, Denver, Colorado, on July 17, 2011.

Philip’s Conversion

A sermon preached by Jon M. Walton to the First Presbyterian Church in the City of New York, May 6, 2012.

Once the Scales Fell, a Conference Sermon

“Our healing is wrapped up in one another. Apparently, that’s the way God designed it.” The Rev. Katie Morrison talks about the hard work of circling back, in her sermon preached at the 2010 Covenant Conference in Houston.

“Baptism is every Christian’s ordination.”

Rev. Dr. Dean K. Thompson, recently retired President of Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary, spoke in support of Amendment 10-A at the March 1, 2011 meeting of the Presbytery of West Virginia.