In 1992, Martha Lewis had a good job as a supervisor for regulatory affairs at a natural gas pipeline company in Houston, but after some soul searching, she left her stable job behind to follow what she considered to be a calling to the performing arts.
Imagine what would happen if clergy and lay leaders of our congregations were intentional about making the community around them a mission field?
Churches throughout the Diocese of Texas are preparing commemorative services for the 10th anniversary of the attacks of September 11, 2001.
Bishop Andy Doyle announced recently that he intends to ask delegates to the 163rd Diocesan Council to approve the election of a bishop suffragan for the eastern region of the diocese when they gather on February 11-12, 2012.
In the late spring of 2012, the Episcopal Diocese of Texas plans to launch a new initiative that will encourage congregations to get to know one another and help Episcopalians learn to share their stories of faith.
In 1992, when Howard Castleberry was a photographer for the Houston Chronicle, he began seeing reports come over the wire of 10,000 people a day dying in a country named Somalia.
Storm expected to make landfall on Texas coast.
Members of the Episcopal Diocese of Texas are currently working to rebuild the home of the Morris family of Smithville, Mississippi. The Morrises are victims of the April tornadoes that swept across portions of Mississippi and Alabama.