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Alexa, what is the Church of England?

At a time when church attendance is in decline and use of technology throughout everyday life is increasing, the Church of England is capitalizing on the virtual assistant trend by launching a new skill on Amazon Alexa.

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Former Archbishop Rowan Williams speaks out against gender based violence

The former Archbishop of Canterbury, Rowan Williams, has released a statement urging faith leaders to participate in the 16-Days of Activism Against Gender Based Violence. The 16 days began yesterday, International Women’s Day, and ends on December 10, Human Rights Day. It specifically focuses on the violence and silencing that women and girls face on a daily basis, sometimes from faith leaders themselves. He says that faith leaders can be a powerful force in society, and asks them to “speak out […]

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A digital missioner takes a social media fast

I told my comadre on Fat Tuesday, “I’m giving up social media for Lent.” She argued, “but that’s part of your ministry!” I thought, “why yes, yes it is”. I’m a digital evangelist, after all. And I said, “thanks, girl! Now you’ve given me the perfect excuse not to!” But inside, I had already made up my mind.

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