Day: April 17, 2008

Anglican women and girls contribute to new book of prayers

Following on the popularity of Women’s Uncommon Prayers: Our Lives Revealed, Nurtured, Celebrated, this all-new collection of prayers, with its multicultural global reach, will be organized according to themes of the Millennium Development Goals. Prayers will show the connections between the global concerns of women and girls and their personal lives.

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Anglican Women’s Network empowering women at Lambeth

Domestic violence, women in leadership, and women’s access to technology-these are a few of the issues that the International Anglican Women’s Network (IAWN) would like to discuss with bishops and their spouses at the Lambeth Conference, the meeting of all Anglican bishops in July 2008.

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Hope amidst the mess

We don’t have too look far to see the bright spots in our church. Check out the growing network of Episcopal Internship Communities across the United States. For several decades, churches and dioceses have sponsored small groups (4-8) of young adults (18-30 years old or so) who live in community and each member works at a social service agency.

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The open gate

As long as we are alive, we are on the move. To become static is to stagnate and die. IT is necessary for all living things to move and grow and change. Life is meant to be an adventure; change is a gift that we have to learn to use aright.

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