Viviendo en un mundo quebrantado

Mientras escribo esto, la Costa del Golfo y Florida están comenzando su largo recobro después de los huracanes Harvey e Irma; Puerto Rico y las Islas Vírgenes se encuentran, en su mayor parte, sin electricidad y con muy poca agua, comida, medicinas y gasolina después...

Newberry College Honored for Commitment to Diversity and Inclusion

Award presented at the Minority Access 18th Annual National Role Models Conference By Jill Johnson, Director of Marketing, Newberry College Newberry College was recognized for its commitment to diversity and creating a campus culture of inclusivity at the 18th annual...

Imagining Stewardship: Eight Important Questions

Imagining Stewardship: Eight Important Questions By The Rev. Ozzie Herlong, Director of Stewardship How can stewardship ministry be strengthened in a congregation? What are the key questions that will focus congregational stewardship ministry on God’s word? What...

Comfort from a Quilt

By Bernie Lee, Synod Communicator for St. David, West Columbia Reach out to someone in their greatest time of need with a strong message of hope – you are not alone, you are loved! God loves us, and God loves through us by our addressing human suffering,...

Changing the Way the Church Views Racism

By Chip Lupo, originally written for The Miscellany of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Charleston It should be the duty of the Christian faith community to take the lead in combatting racism in our society. That was the call to action brought forth by theologian and...