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This year Episcopal Relief & Development’s Provincial Coordinators are sharing their reflections on select devotionals from the 2013 Lenten Meditations booklet. In this blog Virginia Holleman looks at the Lenten meditation from Monday, February 18, 2013, page 11. Below is the
In my work as Communications Officer for Episcopal Relief & Development, I get to talk to a lot of wonderful people in congregations across the country about the ways they engage with our mission of healing a hurting world. This month, I’ve been hearing about Episcopal Relief
This year Episcopal Relief & Development’s Provincial Coordinators are sharing their reflections on select devotionals from the 2013 Lenten Meditations booklet. In this blog Barb Hagen looks at the Lenten meditation from Sunday, February 17, 2013, page 10. Below is the scripture being
Today, many of us will start our Lenten journey by kneeling to receive the sign of the cross in ashes on our foreheads, along with the words, “remember that you are dust, and to dust you shall return.” Last year those ashes were palm fronds that we waved on Palm Sunday with
By The Rev. Carrie Craig Those of us who direct and coordinate Christian formation programs have stories of successful and energizing outreach projects. One that continues to impress me is offered through Episcopal Relief & Development. This easily accessed program is called NetsforLife
Once in a while, I’ll get a phone call out of the blue that winds up being a great story. I have the Rev. Dr. Erin Kirby to thank for this one. Reverend Erin, as she is known in her parish, was a member of Episcopal Relief & Development’s Seminary Network during her time at