Technology important for healthy aging

This article originally appeared on the official blog for Episcopal Retirement Services and is reprinted with permission. For more expert advice on positive aging, visit episcopalretirement.com/blog.   ...

Deleting distractions

This article originally appeared at www.GrowChristians.org, a ministry of Forward Movement committed to helping families grow together in faith. © 2017 Forward Movement.   I  am embarrassed to say dele...

Technology: A blessing or a curse?

The world today operates on technology, whether we like it or not . . . communications, information and knowledge allride on the World Wide Web. In our digital era of smartphones and social media, it seems near...

Yin & Yang

"The church needs to use technology to save people from their technology" The universe is approximately 13.7 billion years old. Dr. David Christian from San Diego State University, suggests that instead of try...

Babel or Pentecost?

Technology. If we wrestle the word down to its basic meaning, it has to do with the bending of the natural order to our own purposes. Techne  means “skill” or “know-how” in Greek, so technology means how we man...

Pentecost retreat at Spirituality Center

The Rev. Martin Smith, writer, spiritual director and Episcopal priest, will lead a Pentecost weekend retreat on the topic of the Holy Spirit on May 18-20 at the Transfiguration Spirituality Center in Glendale....

Dayton rector awarded fellowship

The Rev. Ben Phillips The Rev. Ben Phillips, rector of St. George’s, Dayton, was recently awarded the Emo F.J. Van Halsema Fellowship for Clergy at the Henry Meeter Center at Calvin College & Theologica...