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March 12, 2018

Madeleine L’Engle, who wrote more than 60 books ranging from children’s stories to theological reflection, died Sept. 6, 2007, in Litchfield, Connecticut, at 88. She is shown here two years earlier. Photo: Square Fish Books

[Episcopal News Service] The March 9...

October 1, 2013

By: Lifelong Formation

A couple of books have come to my attention that I thought you might be interested in:

The much anticipated, The Spiritual Guidance of Children: Montessori, Godly Play and the Future, by Jerome Berryman, is being released October 1.  Here’s the description:

This new book is an...

February 22, 2013

By: Episcopal Young Adult and Campus Ministries

“We have unique gifts to contribute to the church and society. What is required is a new kind of posture, one of learning, innovation, experimentation and discovery. Rather than assuming we have everything figured out and under control…we must embrace the identity of learners, even when...

January 21, 2013

By: Episcopal Young Adult and Campus Ministries

“Remember, we can’t separate the danger from the opportunity; we can only hope to trend toward the opportunity while trying not to ignore the nature of the danger.”

This morning as I ate breakfast I put aside my computer and phone and picked up an honest to God, paper and ink book. I had...

July 5, 2007

Author of five previous books, Martin Smith offers in Compass and Stars (Seabury Books, 122 pp., $12.) 34 essays or "short reflections." The senior associate rector of St. Columba's Episcopal Church in Washington, D.C., brings to this tight little collection the experience of 36 years in...

June 27, 2007

Reading -- that great summer pastime -- is enriched year-round by the expertise of a unique group: the Episcopal Booksellers Association (EBA).

 

An organization of 81 Anglican bookstores across North America, EBA seeks "to glorify God and strengthen the Church in local...