The Diocese of West Tennessee has done more than talk about change; they have invested in making change. Their new Canon for Sustainable Ministries just started work. A participating post in the Acts 8 Blogforce.
Once upon a time I was an unchurched kid. I went to church a total of one time between birth and the age of 18. Once. In eighteen years. Even so, I thought I knew the message of the Christian faith. Because a few Christians had taken it upon themselves to tell me what they […]
As the 78th General Convention of The Episcopal Church gathers, a guest post gives an insider’s view on the workings of Committee 16: Earth Stewardship and Creation Care.
The Episcopal Church must respond to the murders in Charleston, South Carolina when we gather at General Convention. We must heed the calls for an Acts 8 Moment AND an Exodus 3 Moment as well.
The Rev. Jake Dell gave a presentation at e-formation that blew my socks off. He used the tactics of online entrepreneurs to connect with a mom who wanted help talking about God with her kids – and connected that mom to an Episcopal Church. Naturally, I wanted an interview.
The renewal of the Church and of Creation will require people who know in their bones that the path to life leads through sacrifice and death.
An interview with Sarah Lawton, Chair of the Episcopal Church’s Standing Commission on Social Justice and Public Policy, on the Food Ministry resolution. Why did they propose it and what do they hope to achieve?
Renewal starts with a vision and a task list. The people behind the new Episcopal Resurrection site had both. Their example inspires me to go and do likewise.
Episcopalians: Do you have two minutes between now and January 7th to make a difference for the earth and the church?