All Saints, Chevy Chase, rallies around the rector when his infant grandson fights multiple health threats.
Joani Peacock: “Directly asking a person whether they are thinking of suicide can save that person’s life.”
By Steve Waring • Two years after a devastating fall, Bishop David S. Ball vests every Sunday.
He was the last in line. As he shook my hand he threw his other arm around my neck and began to weep.
The Living Church Foundation extends joyous congratulations to the Rev. Canon Mark Stevenson, a member of the board.
By G. Jeffrey MacDonald, TLC Correspondent
The Rev. Christina Rathbone: Darkness, fear, and hatred “are not the only reality. There is also hope and love.”
Bishops of the Episcopal Church offer early prayers for victims of the Boston Marathon bombings.
The Rt. Rev. J. Jon Bruno, Bishop of Los Angeles, discusses the grace of God he has experienced while undergoing treatment for leukemia, which is now in remission.
By Peggy Eastman
All Saints Church in Chevy Chase, Md., will host a free healing and prayer retreat for combat veterans and their spouses April 10-12. The April retreat, called WHI Washington, is a project of the national Welcome Home Initiative (WHI) and is open to high-ranking officers who have seen combat.
From NBC’s Rock Center with Brian Williams: “Elmer Mejia became a Navy diver and medic, and in his early 20s volunteered to work at a clinic where he was exposed to the plight of the lobster divers for the first time. It was run by an Episcopal priest from Wyoming, Gus Sabrador, who became Mejia’s mentor and asked his American congregation to help Mejia go to medical school.”