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This story was originally posted on Christian Formation a blog by Cindy Coe. We thought it was perfect for Earth Day! Food and Faith has become a popular topic. Here are my “go-to” books, which I’ve read and digested as I’ve worked on the Abundant
In this blog Katie Mears, Director of our US Disaster Preparedness and Response Program, reiterates the importance of disaster preparedness and shares some tips on how to create your plan. When we hear about a disaster, like the recent bombings in Boston or the explosion in
On World Health Day, we check in with Kikala Isabel Tomas, Mothers’ Union worker and Coordinator of the Anglican Diocese of Angola’s Child Survival Program. Since 2011, Episcopal Relief & Development and the diocese have been working with the the
Episcopal Relief & Development extends sincere gratitude to its Provincial Coordinators who shared their reflections on select devotionals from the 2013 Lenten Meditations booklet. It is our hope that the Lenten Meditations and shared reflection will continue to deepen our
As we recount the passion and suffering of our savior Jesus Christ, Good Friday offers us the opportunity to re
affirm our faith. Throughout the season a series of events with spiritual exercises is planned to culminate in celebration. We often head into the Easter weekend blessed with
This year Episcopal Relief & Development’s Provincial Coordinators are sharing their reflections on select devotionals from the 2013 Lenten Meditations booklet. In this blog Melanie Stewart looks at the Lenten meditation from Sunday, March 17, 2013, page 40. Below is the