Telling Stories: A Way to come back Home
Telling Stories: A Way to come back Home

As the bishop of a diocese in The Episcopal Church, I have been concerned about the decline in church attendance across denominations over the past decades. I used to think

Creation Story: A contemporary interpretation
Creation Story: A contemporary interpretation

Editor’s note: As we approach Holy Week, we wanted to pass on some imaginative work by VTS junior Robin Denney. If you’re looking for an imaginative paraphrase of the first creation story

Easter People #25: Scary stories, embarrassing costumes
Easter People #25: Scary stories, embarrassing costumes

Happy Halloween from the Easter People! In our special holiday edition, we’ll tell our church horror stories and visit the ghosts of Halloween (costumes) past. Still, hope springs eternal, so we end with

Easter People #20: Unexpected religious experiences
Easter People #20: Unexpected religious experiences

Greetings, Easter People people! Here’s our new episode with a conversation about non-religious pop culture that hit us in a religious way, a game which turns that formula around, and (as

Easter People #12: The Technology Episode
Easter People #12: The Technology Episode

Welcome to our episode about technology: the stuff we love, and the stuff we hate! We also play another Twitter game and share our Green Shoots. Before the linkfest begins,

Thinking lifewide education
Thinking lifewide education

For more than two decades, educators have embraced the important concept of “lifelong learning,” recognizing that learning is not confined to childhood or the classroom but takes place throughout life,

Easter People #9: Disciples on the way
Easter People #9: Disciples on the way

First things first: we’ve got a guest panelist this time out. We’d like to offer a warm Easter People welcome to Mike Angell, Missioner for Young Adults and Campus Ministry for

Discovery to recovery: Godly Play for Alzheimer’s patients (continued)
Discovery to recovery: Godly Play for Alzheimer’s patients (continued)

Editor’s Note: Today we continue to look at a very special Godly Play ministry in the Diocese of Lexington. The Rev. Lois Howard discusses the challenges of Godly Play ministry with Alzheimer’s

Discovery to recovery: Godly Play for Alzheimer’s patients
Discovery to recovery: Godly Play for Alzheimer’s patients

Editor’s Note: Over the next two days we will explore an important ministry taking place within the Diocese of Lexington. As most of our readers know, Godly Play has traditionally been

Snapshots of 2013 at the Center for the Ministry of Teaching
Snapshots of 2013 at the Center for the Ministry of Teaching

I have long admired the nature photography of Minnesotan Jim Brandenburg. In an extraordinary book call Chased by the Light, Brandenburg shares a deeply personal project. He set out to capture