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Erin Dunnigan Photography 

Erin Dunigan's work has taken her literally around the world, seeking to help focus our attention on the stories of people and everyday life in places that may be geographically far away, but which, in their humanity, can connect us. 

Technically ordained in the Presbyterian Church as an ‘evangelist,’ she hopes that her work inspires, challenges, motivates, and centers those who might encounter it. 

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Young Women's Clergy Project

YCWI started out as The Young Clergy Women Project (TYCWP) in November 2006 as just an idea about getting young ordained women together to talk online. In 2007, TYCWP received a grant from The Louisville Institute that supported our preaching conference, board meeting, and web page. Energy begets energy, and these initial funded programs have generated more ways for young clergy women to connect.



The National Association of Presbyterian Clergy Women exists to promote, support and to encourage women in the Presbyterian Church USA to reach their full potential as leaders called by God in the church.

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Blog by Kate Bowler 

Kate Bowler is an author, mother, and professor at Duke Divinity School. She has written two books, Everything Happens for a Reason (and Other Lies I've Loved) and Blessed: A History of the American Prosperity Gospel, in addition to an opinion piece for the New York Times about the irony of being an expert in health, wealth, and happiness while being ill.