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Posts from September 2017

A Honduras Reflection

From Bob Coates upon returning from the 2017 Honduras Mission Trip: When I left, home, my daughter charged me to “go change lives”.  And throughout the week, I watched as we did exactly that.  There’s no doubt that providing the citizens of these remote villages regular health and dental screenings, early detection of medical issues,…

Refugee Ministry, Tampa, Refugee resettlement

Refugee Ministry and Housing Relief

Tampa Bay is home to the second largest population of refugees in Florida. This population faces numerous obstacles in their resettlement process. Refugees are expected to learn English and secure housing and employment in less than 90 days, in addition to adjusting to a foreign culture. Many of these refugees are also dealing with traumatic…

Rainbow, After Storm

Hurricane Irma Recovery Prayer

A prayer from Rev. Dan DeBevoise, Park Lake Presbyterian, Orlando as we start to recover from the storm: Almighty, everlasting God, with the psalmist we declare: “God is our refuge and strength, a very present help in trouble. Therefore we will not fear, though the earth should change, though the mountains shake in the heart…

PCPC Hurricane Irma Update

Due to the approaching hurricane, PCPC Campus will be closed Saturday, Sunday and Monday. All programs are cancelled.  If you need to reach the pastoral staff in an emergency, please email care@palmaceia.org or text/call 813-293-9685 The best source for updated information is the local news or radio stations. Additional links below may also be helpful.…

Hurricane

Prayer for Hurricane Preparations and Victims

“God of the heavens, nature and all that You have created, are truly awesome. Often we take these wonders for granted. We stand in awe and fear in the face of the power of creation. Teach us to acknowledge your works and cherish your gifts. Try as we might, we know that we cannot control…