From Anglican Communion News Service: The Archbishop of Canterbury has sent a message of support to an anti-human trafficking conference organised by the Christian organisation Hope for Justice.
Day: October 3, 2013
All over the country, wedding plans have been, well, shut down by the shutdown of the federal government. Anyone planning an October wedding at the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, for example, or Golden Gate National Recreation Area or any other federal site is scrambling to come up with an alternative. Twenty-four weddings had been […]
You’ll never be younger than you are right this minute, so this list may be worth your time. The Rev. Peter Wallace presents “52 Things I Wish I could Tell My Younger Self,” at Huffington Post. It’s a pretty wise compilation. My favorite is No. 49, which he notes that he stole from Julian of […]
Some insist we are a “Christian” nation but how can we be if we ignore the very people Jesus spoke about the most – the poor, the ill, the widows and orphans? How can we claim it if we enable the rich to get richer while the poor only get poorer? Whether we are Christian, a member of some other religion or no religion at all, we all bear a share of the blame.
Everyday Mysteries With others she manages a website for the Diocese of Colorado highlighting congregations’ creative ministries:
Prayers, best wishes and thanks to Bishop Brian Thom of Idaho for sharing news of his recent prostate cancer diagnosis and touting the importance of early detection. He reports that “the combination of vigilance, great doctors, and some cool robotics (as well as the prayers of the good people of the Diocese of Idaho and […]