have the best job in the world. Actually, I have several jobs but the one I’m talking about today is my job as an evangelist. Saying job sounds sort of weird because it’s a ministry but since I am financially compensated, it qualifies as a job. Getting to hear the stories of people who are...
The Rev. Matt Boulter take a look at culture wars and politics through the lens of the new book The Benedict Option.
A Reconciliation Meditation Centered on Mary Magdalene by Richard Stodart
The Rev, Mike Besson, rector of St. Catherine of Sienna, Missouri City, offers a perspective.
I had just moved into my furnished studio apartment in Rutland, Vermont, next door to Trinity Episcopal Church. For two days I had gone to bed at 5 p.m. because in October the sun set that early—and the electricity had not been turned on. The new job would not start for three weeks, and I...
Ayesha Mutope-Johnson reflects on recent events in the country and how to combat hate and fear with love and racial reconciliation.
It is with great sadness that we heard the news this morning of the death of Philando Castile. Yet another in a string of tragic deaths. The violence that plagues our communities continues, the violence that permeates our culture continues to grow.
As I turned on the television yesterday evening, my heart sank as I listened to the story of Alton Sterling being shot by two police officers in Baton Rouge. I have found myself deeply disturbed by the video of this encounter and while many details need to be sorted through, I continue to wonder...