Fear obscures our vision, so we don’t see who counts as our neighbors. Fear holds us back from what our faith tells to do: risking ourselves (and our lives if need be) for the people Jesus lived and died for.
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Bomb causes property damage, but no injuries in early morning blast at St Stephen’s Episcopal Church in Beaumont, TX
Improved accessibility and greater depth of information now offered from the online registry of Episcopal mission and ministry that can provide essential information when disaster strikes
Hearing stories about “Evangelical refugees,” I began to wonder if this migration was a real thing, and if so, how big a “thing” it was and what was driving it.
This feast is not one of chocolate and eggs. Nor is it one of hymns and lilies or forsythia and trumpets. It is rather a feast of dynamos and awakening. Jesus strides into our hells to burst them asunder
It feels like we humans have a spiritual spot which is like the dog’s paw or the human foot…sensitive, tender, easily triggered because of so many alert-nerve-endings. We have, inside us, a spot which humans and God can “touch” that triggers us.
The Standing Committee of the Episcopal Diocese of Bethlehem today released the names of two priests who will stand for election for the ninth bishop of the diocese.
Written in encrypted ancient Hebrew, one of the last unpublished Dead Sea Scrolls has finally been deciphered by a University of Haifa post-doctoral researcher
What happened this weekend in Charlottesville was the world stepping into our sacred space – the torches, the guns, the speeding car, the fistfights, the injured, the voices of hate and fear. So what can we do?
Robert Azzi speaks to the real and present danger of Islamophobia in America today