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By Esther Cohen
When my husband and I bought our home, our children were very small. We had a three year old and an infant, and their health and safety were our primary concerns as we looked at houses, communities and schools. Among the many att
By Sara Delaney
I’ve wondered before if passion fruit really deserved such an emotion
filled name, but after visiting farmers in Nyanza, Kenya, and seeing their passion for growing it, I will always believe it should be called passion fruit.
A few years ago,
By Mike Smith
Tiny shafts of sunlight dot the mud walls of Margaret Atieno Juma’s small bedroom—just enough to illuminate the mosquito net that was hung there a year ago. It’s been a year of unprecedented good health for this petite mother and grandmother
By Robert W. Radtke
This reflection for Easter Sunday is from the eleventh edition of Episcopal Relief & Development's Lenten Meditation booklet. Leaders from across the Anglican Communion were invited to reflect on their favorite scriptures and other resources.
Jesus said to h
By Gay Clark Jennings
It is Good Friday. A somber and painful day. A day of betrayal and suffering. Jesus stands accused and convicted. His friends have deserted him. Peter denies him. He is flogged, given a crown of thorns by the soldiers,
By Sean McConnell
I think more than any other, Maundy Thursday services are the ones I remember most from my childhood. I always thought they were peculiar and mysterious. Since I’m a PK (priest’s kid), it was my dad I remember most. He would sit on