by Esther Good Following the terrorist attacks in Paris, France in November, and in San Bernardino, California in December, many have struggled with the question of how we should relate […]
Philadelphia Praise Center
I notice the small things along the way that when invested in the dream of God, result in unexpected blessing and possibility.
Jesus clearly said that we are no longer strangers and foreigners but fellow citizens and members of the household of God. We are all family and we have to protect each other.
” … even if we’re not hearing our own language, we can still lift our hands and [worship] together knowing we’re worshipping the same God.”
“This work is much more rewarding [than waitressing]. I think it makes me grow more as a person, and as a Christian.”
“…the event was a wonderful way to showcase the diversity of the community! I loved the activities, the variety of food and the overall friendly atmosphere of Passport Day.”
Philadelphia Praise Center is hosting “Passport Day: Yours to Discover” to be held on Saturday, June 13th, 2015, from 4:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m., at the Philadelphia Praise Center Church Building, 1701 McKean St, Philadelphia, PA 19145.
by Aldo Siahaan “There are many immigrant like us in this city, why don’t we reach out to them so they can also know Christ?” “We’re immigrants too, so we […]
What comes to mind when you imagine Franconia Conference LEADership ministers and the work they do?
“Franconia Conference keeps changing and moving. It’s not just our desks and cabinets, but it’s how we’re following the Spirit.”
by Sheldon C. Good, for Franconia Conference As debate around human sexuality continues to leave many church leaders wondering what binds together people with diverse beliefs, at least four Franconia […]
by Tim Huber, for Mennonite World Review (reposted by permission) Two Mennonite churches in Philadelphia have joined a sanctuary movement aiming to support people fearing deportation from the United States. […]
by Lora Steiner, managing editor Three-and-a-half years after they married, Aldo Siahaan and his wife, Viviani Chandra, are finally living together in Philadelphia. Aldo is the pastor of Philadelphia Praise Center […]