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April 5, 2022
Still from a film featuring Texas-Mexican Presbytery's churches in central and east Texas in the 1940s. Courtesy of Texas Archive of the Moving Image. Source

This is the second blog in a two-part series of the Presbyterian Church in the...

March 8, 2022
Lifting device tilting up the front slab of a concrete home in a relocated village site for San Jose de los Laureles in the Sula Valley, Honduras. [Pearl ID: islandora:281898]

In mid-September 1974, the third-deadliest Atlantic hurricane in recorded history tore through nine countries in Central America and the...

January 26, 2022

Exploring the roots of the Presbyterian Church in the United States’ Texas-Mexican Presbytery (1908-1960) reveals the fatal errors that resulted in a fractured judicatory throughout the course of its history. In the first blog of this two-part series, we’ll follow the timeline of events outlined by R. Douglas...

September 17, 2021
Hilltop view of Côtes-de-Fer after the passage of Hurricane Flora in 1963. The Disaster Team's tent unit can be seen to the left and the newly constructed housing units to the right. Many roofless dwellings can be seen throughout. [Pearl ID: islandora:179435]

On August 29th, we watched as Hurricane Ida made landfall near

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