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Pivot

Life with Jesus is full of pivot points. Some people pivot to him because they want to see what all the fuss is about. Some pivot when they hear his call. Some pivot to Jesus because they sense he could be the only one who sees them beyond their chronic sins. Some...

Pre-Order Pathways Magazine

  The Episcopal Diocese of Atlanta is pleased to announce the release of the newest Pathways Magazine in mid-November.This issue of Pathways Magazine shares inspiring stories from middle and north Georgia of Episcopalians and non-Episcopalians who are taking...

Bishop Whitmore Returning to Wisconsin

At the end of 2016, Bishop Keith and Suzie Whitmore will bring their ministry in the Diocese of Atlanta to a close. Bishop Whitmore came to Atlanta on April 15, 2008 to serve as Assistant Bishop of Atlanta at the invitation of Bishop Alexander and has served Bishop...

Lift

His prayer had two parts: Tell God how good you are. Look down on others. For all his right deeds, he got it wrong. He didn’t need God’s mercy to lift him. He lifted himself. Our good ought to lift people’s eyes to God. The good we are able to do is evidence of...

Limping

Sleepless nights happen. Seized by fear, Jacob planned and prayed, tossed and turned. He’d “wrestled” with God, humanity and himself until daybreak. He was changed by that long, hard night – his name and his stride. Now, he limped because of the wrestling. We are...

Reconcile – A Short Film

Reconciliation is about loving the other, and we must face that challenge together. Many thanks to All Saints’ Beverly Hills for producing this short film, and posing the question, “who is the ‘other’ that you struggle to love?”  Learn more about the...

“We”– A reflection from Bishop Wright

“We” – as in the first word of our Diocesan Purpose statement: “We challenge ourselves and the world to love like Jesus as we worship joyfully, serve compassionately, and grow spiritually.” “We” are the people of water and spirit. We are people baptized in the life,...