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My name is Ethan Lowery and I have a confession. I am an extrovert. And a church nerd. So imagine how exciting it is for me to take folks on an aerial tour of The Episcopal Church across the 50 states, through the Episcopal Asset Map! To clarify, this is a virtual aerial tour, through an
One of the most important ways of engaging with our work around the world, and especially during the 75th Anniversary Celebration, is by lifting up prayers for the communities in which we work. This prayer comes from Lifting Women’s Voices: Prayers to Change the World, a collection of
Once upon a time, three little owls sat at my desk. The story of where they came from has a sad beginning, but a joyful end. In the beginning is the triple disaster that hit eastern Japan on March 11, 2011. That day, an 8.9
magnitude earthquake struck off the coast of the country’s
To restore community vitality and renew self confidence, small groups of people in villages throughout Guatemala are working together to make a difference. The first step: Empowering women to start believing in themselves. To do this, Episcopal Relief & Development joined forces with the
During Lent we will periodically highlight passages from the 2015 Lenten Meditation booklet. This one is from Sara Delaney, a Program Officer for Episcopal Relief & Development. Read the Spanish version of this meditation here: http://bit.ly/1DRfPgF
Tanner Tennyson grew up in a small town on the peninsula, across the water from Seattle, Washington. He’s always had a heart for kids and people he could sense were hurting inside. At birth he survived kidney failure and would subsequently spend most of his childhood in a hospital, surviving