Over the past decade, countless conventions, meetings and summits have been held in search of a long-lasting peace between faith communities in Israel and Palestine, but for the children who take part in Kids 4 Peace, the solution seems simple because they experience it every day.
The world of science and medicine is increasingly recognizing the connection between overall health and the experience of faith.
The other day I was riding down a street in our neighborhood on a bike next to my six-year-old son, who had just learned to ride a two-wheel “big boy bike” all by himself. Riding down the street, the two of us smiled as the wind blew past our faces.
The newest edition of our quarterly magazine, Diolog: The Texas Episcopalian, should reach the homes of roughly 30,000 families this week. But in the meantime, readers can also read selected articles online from the communications page at epicenter.org.
Mark Gwin is a member of Calvary, Bastrop. He joined fellow firefighters last year to help bring a historic wildfire under control. Gwin’s family has experienced a number of changes in the last months as well as profound grace.
"I decided to know nothing among you except Jesus Christ and him crucified … that your faith might not rest in the wisdom of men but in the power of God”
On the third Saturday of each month, Houston’s homeless men and women leave the streets to become artists for a day. Christ Church Cathedral’s homeless day center, The Beacon, serves as a monthly meeting space for the Marnoble Art Project, an art therapy class for the homeless.
Of all the pictures of the tsunami victims that appeared in last week's newspaper, the one that would not leave me was of a woman, alone, about my age.