[Diolog Magazine Camp Allen June 2016] A native of Shreveport, Louisiana, George Dehan moved to Houston in 1978. He earned an MBA from the University of Arkansas and has been married to Carol for 46 years. Dehan became the first president of Camp Allen in 2001 after a 26-year career in the...
[Diolog Magazine Camp Allen June 2016] Weekends fill up fast at Camp Allen with conferences and groups coming on retreat, but weekdays are often quiet. How could Camp Allen find groups to come between Monday and Friday?
[Diolog Magazine Camp Allen June 2016] "I didn't truly grasp the fullness of God's grace until I came to Camp Allen" Lauren Day admits. She grew up at Good Shepherd, Kingwood, and attended summer camp from the age of eight, later served as a camp counselor, then as a member of senior...
“The Ornament of Galilee,” as the historian Josephus called the Galilean Roman city of Sepphoris, today offers new meaning some 20 centuries after its construction.
Nearly every meal during my pilgrimage to the Holy Land began with a generous “mezze” of olives, tomato and cucumber salad, cheese, salty pickles, hummus, tabbouleh and pita bread.
Today, the Episcopal Diocese of Jerusalem is home to 7,000 Anglicans in 26 parishes in five countries: Jordan, Palestine, Lebanon, Syria and Israel.
In June of 2014, I took a pilgrimage to the Holy Land. The moment I stepped off the plane, I felt an immediate sense that I was truly on holy ground.
Ken Chitwood looks at the seven-century-old tattooing tradition carried on by the Razzouk family.