It is the honor of my life to have had the opportunity to work with the young defenders of our country returning from combat tours in Afghanistan and Iraq. These heroic men and women have taught me the true meaning of faith.
On November 14, 2007 my world was shattered. My precious daughter Cammie committed suicide. I could not function. I thought her death might kill me. In our book Journey to Wholeness my therapist and I write about my Journey back.
During my time as Canon for Pastoral Ministry and Bishop Suffragan of the Diocese of Texas, I have had the opportunity and privilege of being part of a number of people’s experiences at our St. Luke’s Hospital.
At the end of 2011, Ubi Caritas, a clinic and social service agency of the Episcopal Church in Beaumont, celebrated with our patients.
Meet Carla. She’s a former college student, the newest member of America’s debt pool, and a victim in the disaster growing around us.
When her husband David died of cancer, the Rev. Senitila McKinley turned to painting as a way to work through her grief. Her friend Drew Myron sought understanding through writing poetry and what turned into a collaboration about loss and sadness, love and gratitude, emerged as a collection of...