Global Episcopal Mission Network

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May 31, 2017

[Global Episcopal Mission Network] Reconciliation as the heart and overall direction of God’s mission in the world was addressed from ethnic, interfaith, racial and inter-Anglican perspectives at the annual global mission conference, “Reconciliation: God’s Mission – and Ours,” sponsored...

April 26, 2010

Serving as a missionary in Myanmar over the years has allowed the Rev. Kitty Babson, co-convener of the Episcopal Partnership for Global Mission, to better understand her own Christian baptism and how Christians are called to serve Christ in all people.

In the words of Desmond Tutu, she...

May 22, 2007

The 11th annual Global Episcopal Mission Network (GEM) Education Institute will gather June 20-23 in Monteagle, Tennessee, at the Dubose Conference Center to focus on grassroots mission.

Meeting under the theme "Energizing the Grass Roots: Models for Mission," the conference will feature...

May 22, 2007

The 11th annual Global Episcopal Mission Network (GEM) Education Institute will gather June 20-23 in Monteagle, Tennessee, at the Dubose Conference Center to focus on grassroots mission.

Meeting under the theme "Energizing the Grass Roots: Models for Mission," the conference will feature...

November 11, 2004

Margaret Larom, a former journalist whose experience in cross-cultural and international affairs spans 25 years, has been named new director of Anglican and Global Relations for the Episcopal Church, the Rev. Dr. James B. Lemler, director of mission, announced November 11.

Larom, 59, has...

June 21, 2004

Missionaries from America and their partners in mission brought unique perspectives to the current process of reconciliation at the conference of the Global Episcopal Mission (GEM) Network, which met June 16-18 at the Episcopal Seminary of the Southwest (ETSS) in Austin, Texas.

"The...

September 3, 1998

With heart-stopping stories and soul-stirring passion, the Ven. Carmen Guerrero challenged mission representatives from 29 dioceses to think about what it really means to sing the Lord's song in a foreign land.

But the land to which she referred was the United States, and her stories...