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Bishop Wright has a conversation with The Rev. Becca Stevens about her pilgrimage to Nepal, the work of Thistle Farms, and how wounds and healing can bring forth God’s beauty into the world.
The Commission on LGBTQ+ Ministry of the Episcopal Diocese of Atlanta is thrilled to invite you to our annual Pride Eucharist, a celebration of love, acceptance, inclusivity, and unity.
Bishop Rob Wright introduced the new approach to the 125 clergy attending. Instead of following the format of prior gatherings – learning from inspiring speakers from around the world – this conference would focus on the gifts and needs of clergy.
Bishop Wright had a conversation with Bishop Frank Logue, Bishop of The Episcopal Diocese of Georgia about life, as we see it, not being about measuring up, but realizing as Christians Jesus has assured us we are enough and our call is to use our faith for God’s goodness.
The Mikell Board of Governors is excited to announce that Bishop Rob Wright has appointed the Rev. Hazel Smith Glover as Mikell’s interim executive director. Hazel has a long history at Mikell; as a lifelong Episcopalian, she has been a camper, Adventure Camp and Kid Camp dean, and Mikell board member.
“Hispanism” is understood as the culture that maintains the same spiritual and linguistic values and whose remote origin, in name and cultural evolutionary impetus, comes from Spain. Hispanism encompasses different races with a deep bond to unite them closely and form something great that beats and feels in unison.
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For Faith Devotionals
If God can create all the worlds, certainly God can hold together God’s first things and God’s newest things. And if God can do that, then God must be weeping for the Jewish and Palestinian people, for Israel and Gaza.
The order we share is not meant to oppress but to help maximize wisdom and joy and minimize pain and grief. Love is a system of order.
The Jesus-produced ouch isn’t about shame or guilt, not at all. Jesus’ love, delivered through story, is interested in truth; truth that dances on our lips and is proved by how we live.
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…
Bishop Wright and Bishop Bob Fitzpatrick discuss leadership in the face of adversity, scripture that equips us during times of sorrow, and the outpouring of love in the form of resources and letters from the mainland in the wake of the fire. God is with us in the grief!