November 24, 2015
- Many people traveled several hours across parts of Ontario and Manitoba earlier this fall to attend a "Day of Encouragement" that was combined with the Lake Superior Regional Prayer Summit.
The origins of what became known as the Anglican Indigenous Sacred Circle go back to 1988, when Indigenous Anglicans from across Canada came together for the first time in what was then called Native Convocation.
At that time, former Indigenous Ministries Coordinator Donna Bomberry—who continues to serve today as a member of the Sacred Circle planning team—was new to national ministry. She recalled the possibilities provided for Indigenous people within the church by that first...
Dear American Baptists,
In the midst of all the harsh rhetoric spoken and actions taken with regard to allowing Syrian refugees to resettle in America we can take inspiration from the Baptist community of Lebanon. Though a very tiny community, the Baptists of Lebanon have been in the forefront of compassionate efforts to assist the thousands of refugees fleeing from Syria to Lebanon. They do so out of a simple gospel principle: Christ calls them to love. As a response to this...
- The refusal of Digital Cinema Media (DCM) to carry a 60-second film of the Lord’s Prayer has exposed the illusion of secular neutrality and raises wider questions about the role of religion in the public place.
Farm Church finds initial home in dense urban area
November 24, 2015
November 23, 2015
- His Eminence Archbishop Demetrios and the Holy Trinity Archdiocesan Cathedral Philoptochos chapter honored the First Lady of Cyprus Mrs. Andri Anastasiades during this year’s 62nd Chrysanthemum Ball, which took place Friday Nov. 20, 2015 at a central New York City Hotel.
Following Jesus Christ's example to take care of one another, Bethany Congregational Church welcomed 70 faithful into its sanctuary on a cold, drizzly Sunday to pray for a world that has been plagued by terrorism in recent weeks.
- Bishop Roy Sano personally attests to the costs of fear. He was among the U.S. citizens the U.S. government interned during World War II.
- Globally, progress stands still over past five years in portrayal and representation of women in the news media.