Day: July 1, 2014
A scathing reflection on mission trips by Lauren Kascak, a graduate of the Masters Program in Narrative Medicine at Columbia University and Sayantani DasGupta, faculty member in #InstagrammingAfrica: The Narcissism of Global Voluntourism
Holy Spirit Episcopalian (sic) Church in West Palm Beach, Fla., wore headbands and dedicated part of their service to “King James.” At the altar #BandForBron pic.twitter.com/1E4VtzMRJP — Hallock Martin (@frhallock) June 29, 2014
What, if anything, helps Americans grow in their faith? When Barna Group asked, people offered a variety of answers—prayer, family or friends, reading the Bible, having children—but church did not even crack the top-10 list.
The church on the Tri-Faith campus needs to be sufficiently large and vibrant that it can be in equal partnership with a particularly robust Jewish community in Temple Israel. Starting such a congregation from scratch, and constructing a church building to house it, has proven to be a difficult challenge for our diocese.
The Reverend David Sellery, Author, Resource Creator and Retreat Leader. Committed to a vocation that focuses on encountering God in the midst of everyday life, I serve as an Episcopal priest who seeks to proclaim the good news of God in Christ in worship, pastoral care, education, stewardship, congregational development and community outreach, while continually […]