In “ye olden days” of my childhood, I participated in something called “First Communion.” It used to be the custom of the Episcopal Church to have a child not receive Holy Eucharist until a certain age….I think I was in second grade based on the haircut I had in the picture that immortalized my First […]
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Dear Brothers in Christ For those who were not in attendance last night, it was a classic example of when the cat is away, the mice will play. Russ is braving the storm hitting the mid-west and traveling to Illinois this week. Pray for him and his travels — and that they are not travails. […]
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Gun Violence is scary and real. It is also hard to talk about. What is a Christian response to Gun Violence? What is a response that isn’t driven by fear or defensiveness? The three Bishops of Texas lead the Episcopal response in Texas to Gun Violence. They belong to “Bishops Against Gun Violence” and help […]
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Taking Sunday to Monday is all about bringing your faith, your God, and what you practice each Sunday into your home, your work, and your life.
How does church translate into the “real world”? How does it work to be a Christian at work?
Here is where you can find practical and inspirational guidance to do just that.
It’s about integrating your faith into every day of your life.
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The Holiday Season is both fun and stressful. It is a time when family gets together (fun and stressful) delicious food is everywhere (fun and stressful) and time is at a premium. One way that we can look at what we value in our live and in our families is to look at how we […]
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How to bring Advent into you house and share it with your family.
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