Missionary Blogs

  • Troubles and hopes
    Greetings to all our faithful friends and supporters, professors around the world, collaboraters on projects, admirerers and critics too, our community of FSRL, Faculté des Sciences de Réhabilitation de Léogâne, de l’UNEPH, L’Université Épiscopale ... read more
    By: Donnel and Janet O’Flynn – HaitiPosted: 2021-07-07
    3 weeks ago
  • La Misa de Acción de Gracias
    One week ago today the Education Mission Team participate in a thanksgiving eucharist for the successful conclusion of a most challenging school year. Despite Covid 19 pandemic and resulting economic hardship, the Episcopal school ... read more
    By: Tom McGowan – Dominican RepublicPosted: 2021-07-05
    3 weeks ago
  • Comprehensive and illuminating 3rd edition of World Christian Encyclopedia is vital resource for mission
    IMG_2099   It has been a pleasure to read into the third edition of the World Christian Encyclopedia, ... read more
    By: Titus Presler – PakistanPosted: 2021-07-01
    3 weeks ago
  • New Projects in the Works
    After the Dominican government’s decision to allow students back into classrooms (effective June 1, 2021)), Bishop Moises Quezada adopted a more cautious approach, continuing virtual teaching/learning this summer with Episcopal colegios opening fully in ... read more
    By: Tom McGowan – Dominican RepublicPosted: 2021-06-20
    1 month ago
  • ASM missiology gatherings will reflect on holding together difference and multiplicity in mission
    The American Society of Missiology’s 2021 Annual Meeting will focus on the theme ‘Hybridity in Mission: Mixed and Multiple Identities in the Missio Dei.’  The conference, June 18-19, will be held via Zoom because ... read more
    By: Titus Presler – PakistanPosted: 2021-06-15
    1 month ago
  • Joy at the heart of it: Janice Price reflects on her 12 years of mission leadership in the Church of England
    “I’m encouraged by the joy we have in our mission relationships,” Janice Price said of the current state of mission in the Church of England and in the Anglican Communion.  “That makes a difference.  ... read more
    By: Titus Presler – PakistanPosted: 2021-06-15
    1 month ago
  • Face-to-Face Learning
    Episcopal colegios in the Dominican Republic opened for a second time this school year. MINERD mandated that schools could begin in-person teaching on June 1st. The Dominican school system determined that putting children in ... read more
    By: Tom McGowan – Dominican RepublicPosted: 2021-06-02
    2 months ago
  • Morning Prayer for Tuesday December 15
    Welcome to brief (17 minutes) Morning Prayer! Today’s conversational reflection is on Luke 22:54-69, Peter denies Jesus and Jesus before the Council. (Click on Morning Prayer above to go to a link where you ... read more
    By: Amy Richter and Joe Pagano – South AfricaPosted: 2020-12-14
    7 months ago
  • Morning Prayer for Wednesday December 2
    Welcome to brief (under 10 minutes) Morning Prayer! Today’s conversational reflection is on Isaiah 25:6-9, the great feast on God’s holy mountain, and it’s making us hungry. (Click on Morning Prayer above to go ... read more
    By: Amy Richter and Joe Pagano – South AfricaPosted: 2020-12-01
    8 months ago
  • Morning Prayer for Monday November 23
    Welcome to brief (under 12 minutes) Morning Prayer. Today’s conversational reflection is on Luke 21:1-4, the widow’s offering. Is she generous? taken advantage of? These four verses give us a lot of food for ... read more
    By: Amy Richter and Joe Pagano – South AfricaPosted: 2020-11-22
    8 months ago
  • Thresholds
    On Wednesday April 1st, I woke up to the news that Muttrah had been identified as the epicenter of COVID-19 in Oman and would accordingly be isolated from the rest of the country until further ... read more
    By: Emma Wright – OmanPosted: 2020-06-28
    1 year ago
  • Out of Quarantine
    Hello all! I hope you are well. I have now been officially home for 2 weeks, and since I am exhibiting no symptoms, I am out of quarantine! Quarantine at home meant I mostly stayed ... read more
    By: Marilee Oldstone-Moore – South AfricaPosted: 2020-06-19
    1 year ago
  • It’s Been a Long Road, Getting from There to Here
    Well, as I promised in my last blog post, I have come home from South Africa. If this is news to you, you can read all about why and how I came to that decision ... read more
    By: Marilee Oldstone-Moore – South AfricaPosted: 2020-06-07
    1 year ago
  • I’m Heading Home
    Hello all! I’m afraid the title says it all. I’ve decided that given the state of the world that it makes the most sense for me to come home. I’m so glad the decision to ... read more
    By: Marilee Oldstone-Moore – South AfricaPosted: 2020-05-30
    1 year ago
  • 50 Days in Muttrah
    Fifty days ago, I woke up to the news that my neighborhood Muttrah had been identified as the epicenter of COVID-19 in Oman and thus would be isolated from the rest of the country until ... read more
    By: Emma Wright – OmanPosted: 2020-05-20
    1 year ago