It is empowering to meet someone who knows that they are doing exactly what God has called them to do. That is the case with Dr. Jerry Davidson.
It seems that retreating or resting has become such a rarity that it requires a reward. But, it is essential, nay it is biblical, to incorporate retreat and rest into your weekly life. The desire for an extended vacation is a reaction to the deprivation of rest from our common lives.
Today is International Women’s Day, so today we’re going to talk about an upcoming United Nations session focused on women and girls. Our guest, Lois Frankforter, is not only an active lay Episcopalian but a leader in a historic and international Episcopal organization serving girls and women.
In honor of World Mission Sunday in March, I had coffee with three men from St. John’s parish in Essex and talked about their relationship with the country of Mozambique, the Diocese of Lebombo, and Bishops Dinis Sengulane and Carlos Matsinhe.
Episode 38: The Way of Love with Jerusalem Greer
I’ve lived a privileged life of callings. In middle school, I learned what it meant to be a counselor, and being a young woman raised in the church, I took this as a sign and began voraciously and zealously pursuing a higher education in psychology, starting with a Christian college.
Our guests today are the Reverends Carrie and Nik Combs. Carrie is the full-time curate at Trinity in Newtown. Nik, who’s originally from Idaho, is a part-time priest-in-charge at Trinity in Torrington and works part-time at Class Cycles in Southbury. Carrie, who grew up in Cheshire, was ordained a priest in 2018 and Nik was ordained a priest in…
Last week I traveled to St. Luke’s parish in Darien to look at a Bible. This is not just any ordinary Bible, oh no. This Bible is modern, ancient, colorful, powerful, timely, and classic all in one.
Our guest was the Rev. Tuesday Rupp, Rector of St. Paul’s in Woodbury. We walked about what it means for Tuesday to self identify as a “musician turned Episcopal Minister” with “ears tuned to the holy.”
Come for a visit with Karin to Northeast Connecticut to meet Maggie Breen, the Northeast Region Missionary, and her three sheep: Cappuccino, Illa Nocte, and Jude.