Over the past year, members of St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church in Liberty and community partners have found common ground in their shared hope for a healthier city. The fruit of that work is their newly-formed nonprofit, the dWELLing.
October 2-4, the newly-named Baylor Collaborative on Hunger and Poverty hosted the Together at the Table Hunger and Poverty Summit in Waco. The group formerly known as the Texas Hunger Initiative (THI) hosted hundreds of participants from across Texas and the nation for a three-day learning...
Nine EDOT formation leaders from San Mateo, Houston, St. Alban’s, Austin, St. Julien’s, Round Rock, St. Thomas, College Station, Palmer Memorial, Houston, Trinity, The Woodlands and St. Dunstan’s, Houston joined nine additional students from across the country at Camp Allen for a week of...
On any given Sunday at 7:30 a.m., a visitor to Schlitte Boxing & Fitness may find two dozen or so men and women hitting punching bags, cranking out pushups, or congratulating one another after a particularly tough bench press. It’s not CrossFit. It’s Sunday morning worship at Warrior Church.
AUSTIN, Texas — John B. Goodenough, professor in the Cockrell School of Engineering at The University of Texas at Austin, has been awarded the 2019 Nobel Prize in chemistry — jointly with Stanley Whittingham of the State University of New York at Binghamton and Akira Yoshino of Meijo University...
It’s a scene familiar to many clergy: Someone walks into the church office wanting to speak to a priest, clearly in distress. Within a few minutes of conversation, it becomes clear that the person is suffering from a mental illness.
In partnership with the Texas Wounded Warriors foundation, students at All Saints Episcopal School in Tyler on Monday honored the men and women who have fought for our freedom.
Not long before retiring from the Texas Civil Rights Project and beginning a trajectory toward ordained ministry, I was a panelist at a Concerned Philosophers for Peace conference at Austin Community College. The theme was setting standards for peace in public life.