I surveyed people who used the Acts 8 Movement’s Ash Wednesday video as a boosted Facebook post. Here’s what I learned.
If The Episcopal Church is to address the climate crisis, we must include tending the soil – and sequestering carbon in it – among our priorities for the future.
The disparity between diocesan operating budgets holds even when considered on a “per member” basis. What does that mean for mission and subsidiarity?
Different Episcopal dioceses have different financial realities. In some cases, the gap is stark and significant.
It was a big year on the blog – the first year where I actually felt like I occasionally knew what I was doing. Please take my 2014 Reader Survey so I can make next year even better!
Spending a million dollars for renewal in the Episcopal Church is a drop in the bucket of the current budget, but leveraging the internet enables it to make a pretty big splash.
The Acts 8 Moment Facebook page posted an interesting article yesterday. (Full disclosure: I am on the Core Team of the Acts 8 Moment, but I didn’t post the article in question.) It’s embedded; wait a second and it should load. If not, here’s the link: One paragraph stood out: they fail to create and […]
This post is part of a series summarizing and reflecting on The Next America: Boomers, Millennials, and the Looming Generational Showdown from the perspective of an Episcopal priest. For the complete series, click here. This post was published on April 26th and updated with a new title and information on The Episcopal Network for Stewardship […]
This is the fifth post in a series. You can read the first four posts here. In my last post, I shared some depressing data: my diocese of the Episcopal Church has not kept up with population growth. In the last hundred years or so, the Episcopal Church has gone from being about 1 in […]
This is the fourth post in a series. You can read the first three posts here. In my last post (shockingly long ago due to a death in the family, summer vacation for my children, and too many church-related engagements for me–sorry!), I described the way our diocese used to track affiliation data: in reference […]