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#How2charist: The gifts of God for the People of God

#How2charist: The gifts of God for the People of God

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How2charist is much more than a tool for formation and evangelism; it's a dream that has been in the making for over a decade! In 2008, project creator Callie Swanlund took a seminary course with the Rev. Dr. Micah Jackson called New Media in Worship & Preaching. Micah challenged students to...

New Church Plants Seek Reflections of Diverse Communities

New Church Plants Seek Reflections of Diverse Communities

Written by Carol E. Barnwell on

Part of the diocesan vision for church growth is planting three new churches annually. This year three clergy were named to begin work in northeast Houston, south Austin and Pflugerville. The Rev. Carissa Baldwin McGinnis, the Rev. Brin Bon and the Rev. David Peters will spend the upcoming...

Posada Tradition Shines Light on St. Joseph’s, Salado

Posada Tradition Shines Light on St. Joseph’s, Salado

Written by Carol E. Barnwell on

For more than a decade, members of St. Joseph’s, Salado have gathered to reprise the search for shelter that Joseph and Mary made more than 2000 years ago in Bethlehem. This year, more than 50 youth and adults made their way down Salado’s main street.

Bryan Community Takes Next Steps in Racial Reconciliation

Bryan Community Takes Next Steps in Racial Reconciliation

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In the Christian tradition, three elements naturally go well together -- scripture, a meal and dialogue. This has worked well in the liturgy of the church for a few thousand years, and it works well for growing closer in relationship and in caring for one another in the community.

La generosidad en el servicio

La generosidad en el servicio

Written by The Rt. Rev. Hector F. Monterroso on

El Adviento es un tiempo de alegría para los cristianos. Esta época se caracteriza por la preparación espiritual en espera del nacimiento de Jesús, pero al mismo tiempo para la segunda venida de Cristo.

Bishop Payne Calls Bush 'Man of Enormous Spiritual Treasure'

Bishop Payne Calls Bush 'Man of Enormous Spiritual Treasure'

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Payne quickly arranged the service of thanksgiving that Bush requested on the eve of the 1988 election. The service began at 7:30 a.m. the day after the election and was attended by 200 to 300 people. Afterward, the newly elected president and his wife headed back to Washington from Houston...

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