Results of a survey of more than 2,000 evangelical leaders show uncertainty for the future, at least in North America.
Day: June 26, 2011
“Am I supposed to ask for their identification before I can give them cookies? This law is hurtful and it’s mean.”
“God has a dream to heal the world. Cathedrals are meant to give us a glimpse of that dream, and in so doing, to fortify and inspire us for that holy work and mission.”
“It is necessary to have a witness to live pono (justly and harmoniously) and not engage in the rhetoric of violence, separation and hate.”
Mark Harris, PRELUDIUM blogger and member of the Executive Council D020 Task Force, considers the possible outcomes of The Episcopal Church’s eventual response(s) to the proposed Anglican Covenant.
Church officials – both Episcopalian and Catholic – owe their parishioners and the public an explanation and an apology for recklessly giving him access to children. They must also publicly and aggressively seek out others who may have seen, suspected or suffered Parry’s crimes. To stay silent or do nothing is irresponsible.
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Books “safeguard the things that forgetfulness constantly threatens to destroy.”
One of the most profound responsibilities we have as Christian people is to persevere in prayer. Prayer is by no means limited to petition and intercession, in which we come before God for our own needs and those of others, but these forms of prayer are central to the life that we are called to live.
I called to God in my distress; * God answered by setting me free. Psalm 118:5 Looking for lost keys to locked doors, I did not see the window.