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Evangelism

Spread the Word: Following the Noticing Way of Jesus in Tragic Times

By Kathleen Moore Last Saturday, I fell into a fitful sleep, unable to wash from my mind images of the mass shooting that had taken place in El Paso, Texas. And, early Sunday morning I awoke to the news that another incident of mass gun violence had taken place overnight – this time in Dayton, …

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Episcopal Evangelism Grants Available: Application Deadline October 1

By The Episcopal Church Office of Public Affairs Episcopal institutions can now apply for the next round of the Episcopal Evangelism Grants Program, designed to fund local and regional evangelism efforts in the Episcopal Church. The application deadline is October 1. “At its best, evangelism is a response to the deepest needs of our neighbors …

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Spread the Word: Easter evangelism – that’s the heart of all evangelism!

By Titus Presler “I have seen the Lord!” exclaimed Mary Magdalene to Jesus’ disciples in John’s account of the resurrection. When the two disciples who Luke says met Jesus on the road to Emmaus returned to Jerusalem, the eleven disciples there announced to them, “The Lord has risen indeed, and has appeared to Simon!” Encounter …

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Spread the Word: Simply Going to Church Can Be a Form of Evangelism

By Jamison Dunne My family has always had a complex relationship with faith. My mom was raised with twelve years of Catholic education, and it is a very important part of her life. Yet, as a divorcee, her relationship to the church has been complicated. My dad is further removed from faith, having been raised …

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