Monthly Archives: December 2012

DON’T SPEND CHRISTMAS ALONE, SPEND IT WITH THE “GLORY GIRLS”: Glorifying God wherever they go

Meet the “Glory Girls”, a group of women from St. Luke’s Episcopal Church in Prescott, Arizona who visited New York in October. Lynnaia Main, Global Relations Officer of the Episcopal Church, crossed paths with them by “divine chance” at the … Continue reading

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Reflection on Gender-Based Violence: Spencer Cantrell

Recently the Episcopal Church joined the International Anglican Women’s Network in commemorating the 16 Days Campaign against Gender-Based Violence. This campaign was started in 1991 by the Women’s Global Leadership Institute and is observed annually by Anglicans worldwide. The International … Continue reading

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16 Days of Activism Against Gender Violence

Today, December 10th, is International Human Rights Day and the final day of the 16 Days Campaign against Gender-Based Violence. This campaign was started in 1991 by the Women’s Global Leadership Institute and is observed annually by Anglicans worldwide. The … Continue reading

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