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The Rt Rev Dan Martins, bishop of Springfield, has offered a teaching to his own diocese on the nature of ministry that is clear, concise and offers much to consider to anyone involved or interested in ordination processes or ministry in general.
Update: The word “former” was added to the headline, and “Southern” has been removed from the closing paragraph because they confused some readers. -DS Park
Next Step Homeless Services of Arkansas sees 120-150 clients per day, many military veterans, for short-term and long-term help in avoiding or ending homelessness. The
Radical Religious Women is a symposium offered by Indiana Voices for Women in West Lafayette, Indiana. The Rev. Jacqueline Means will join other women leaders to
Working in collaboration with their local police department, St John’s Episcopal Church gave away bicycles that the police donated from their evidence room. One of the bikes came with a cart attached, which proved fortunate for a couple who have three small dogs and wanted to take trips with their pets.
The back-to-back winter storms stretch the resources of many, but prove especially challenging to people experiencing homelessness.
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