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Come Away

Come Away

We don’t talk much about human intimacy in the church, but we need to. Intimacy, sexuality and sex are good gifts from God! Wholeness and wellness include physically loving and being loved. Touch, arousal, playfulness and lovemaking are a part of God’s grand design...
Brokenhearted

Brokenhearted

When asked, “How are you doing?” most of us reflexively say “fine.” Problem is, rarely does that describe how we’re actually doing or feeling. That’s why I love the Psalms so much, they are emotionally honest. These spiritual poets lead us into an authentic...

Be Encouraged | A Playlist by Bishop Rob Wright

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] Earlier this week Bishop asked you “What is your favorite song to God, lately?” and you responded. We decided it was time to do something with it! This playlist is inspired by faithful people seeking a deeper...

EYCDIOATL | Youth Service Day, August 8, 2021

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]On August 8, the Episcopal Youth Community of the Diocese of Atlanta joined 50+ students and volunteers to prepare meals for the people of our city. It was so good to work together and see each other! Join eycdioatl for future...

Episcopalians Pray for Their Friends in Haiti

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] The Episcopal Diocese of Atlanta and its members are praying for those who lost their lives and livelihoods in Haiti following the 7.2 earthquake that killed more than 2,200, injured more than 12,000 and destroyed nearly 53,000...
Sing

Sing

St. Paul wants us to, “make the most of the time….” He has some suggestions about how to do that. First, what not to do: don’t be foolish, don’t look for your answers or your healing at the bottom of a bottle or in any excesses for that matter. The lift you need, the...

Evangelism Initiatives By The Episcopal Church – August 2021

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] Dear Episcopal Evangelist: This month, as many of us prepare to go back to school and back to ministry programming, we are talking all about learning. Learning about what it means to know we are loved by Christ, learning what it...
Eyewitnesses

Eyewitnesses

Peter takes a moment to look back. His looking back takes him to the time he looked up and was changed. He was changed when he saw Jesus’ radiance and heard a voice that comforted and challenged him. Peter was an “eyewitness to God’s majesty.”...