Category: General Convention
The Advisory Council on the Stewardship of Creation has written a solid report and proposed a bazillion resolutions. It’s a vital topic, so we send Blue looking for clues among a maze of legislation. He finds some good stuff.
We Episcopalians started 21 new congregations this triennium. This is one of the most effective ways to reach new people. We’ve done some church planting well, and we need to do even more. Read this encouraging report, with a request for a modest continued investment.
Leading up to General Convention 2018, I will be blogging my way through many of the proposed resolutions. This series will be called “Blue’s Clues” and this introduction sets out some of the goals and directions. Enjoy!
The field is ripe for harvest. Do we need provinces to send laborers out into the harvest? Are provinces consuming time and energy that delay us from the urgent work of the Jesus Movement?
Continuing a Seven whole days tradition since the Episcopal Church’s 2009 General Convention, we have exclusive, breaking news about the next Blue Book. Before, we alone broke the news of the book’s color. This year, the news is even more exciting.
I do believe Jesus is present in our legislative deliberations. Maybe he’s rolling his eyes sometimes, but plenty of holy stuff happens as we debate important issues and even when we go down parliamentary rabbit holes.