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Renewing Commitment to God

Renewing Commitment to God

The Tuesday of Holy Week, clergy and lay members of The Episcopal Diocese of Atlanta came together for the annual renewal of vows service where people of the diocese gather to reaffirm their commitment to God. Bishop Glenda Curry of The Episcopal Diocese of Alabama...

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As Psychedelic-Assisted Therapy Grows, So Does Interest from a New Group: Chaplains

Research on the therapeutic use of psychedelics is underway at several universities, and data continues to accumulate on how they may help with conditions from PTSD to depression. And there’s increasing interest in that work from a group of professionals who already guide people through life’s deep and difficult times: chaplains.

Painting History: Church Unveils Civil Rights Mural

The pages of history leap onto the vibrant canvas of Christ the King Episcopal Church and Mack Park as the community paid homage to the trailblazers of civil rights with a mural, dedicated to commemorating influential figures in civil rights, LGBTQ rights, and justice advocacy.

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For Faith Devotionals

King of Palms and Curses

It’s time to ask ourselves, what kind of friend are we to Jesus? The actual Jesus. Maybe friendship with Jesus looks like us simply refusing the temptation to make him in our image.

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Death

What must I do to die a good death? You see, the great irony is that those of us who struggle with the fear of death also really struggle with the fear of living life abundantly.

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Condemnation

Jesus coming among us is God’s love-errand, so that we wouldn’t “perish” or be “condemned” but have “eternal life.” That is life beyond biological definition now, and life so long and deep that years fail as a measurement tool.

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Bishop Wright’s Podcast

For People, is a conversation in which Bishop Rob Wright meets listeners at the crossroads of faith and life to explore the challenges of an ever-changing world. Listen in to find out how he expands on For Faith, drawing inspiration from the life of Jesus to answer 21st-century questions.

The Latest Episode…

For People Welcomes Jeffrey Small, CEO & Co-Founder of MDH Partners

Bishop Wright and Jeff discuss the relationship between wealth, faith, and the immense power of partnership in addressing societal issues. Jeff also brings to light the impact of socially responsible investing by sharing the history of the 1980s divestment movement, which initiated a pivotal shift in the perspective of investment returns.