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As we celebrate 75 years of Healing a Hurting World we’re looking back on historical events including the severe ice storm that struck Maine in 1998. It was situations like this that led to the development of the US Disaster Program.
For anyone living in
When Bishop Bainbridge called me eight years ago and asked me to consider joining the board of Episcopal Relief & Development, I could not have been more pleased. When any of us signs on as a new bishop, we understand that part of the deal means pitching in to do our part to support the work
Did you ever think about why this classic hymn uses “Joy is Come!” Rather than Joy has come?” It isn’t just poetry. The oldtime hymn writers are actually pointing to something deep within our Christian consciousness. Joy, in the Gospel stories, is about the
With picture postcard landscapes, rich agricultural possibilities, and a people committed to a sustainable future, Mozambique is a place of great beauty and potential. But intense seasonal flooding, periodic droughts and the burden of malaria and other communicable diseases continue to bring
One of the greatest advantages of having diverse international partnerships is being a nexus for the flow of critical information and best practices. Like a gardener selecting seeds based on local soil, water and light conditions, each partner curates their own selection of programs and projects to