Order of Naucratius: Prayer, Charity, and Conservation

The Rev. Rod Clark shared about the Order of Naucratius in which members follow the words of Jesus when he said, “The people are hungry, and you feed them.” The Order of Naucratius focuses on holy hunting and fishing where men and women donate a significant portion of their catch or kill to feed hungryContinue reading “Order of Naucratius: Prayer, Charity, and Conservation”

Commissioning Youth In Action and a Thank You to The Rev. Stockton Williams

Saturday morning at Council began with our Daily Devotions and the commissioning of this year’s Youth in Action. Bishop Lillibridge also called for the Rev. Stockton Williams to thank him for his 12 years of service as the Happening Spiritual Director. “Happening is an active, active ministry in our diocese,” said Lillibridge, as the youthContinue reading “Commissioning Youth In Action and a Thank You to The Rev. Stockton Williams”

Bishop Lillibridge’s 2016 Council Address

Bishop Lillibridge delivered his annual address to the 112th Diocesan Council, held in McAllen, on Saturday, February 19. In his address, Lillibridge called for the election of a bishop suffragan, to be held at next year’s Diocesan Council on February 25, 2017, in Corpus Christi. Bishop Lillibridge’s Address – Diocesan Council 2016 from Episcopal DioceseContinue reading “Bishop Lillibridge’s 2016 Council Address”

Artemisia Bowden and St. Philip’s College – Audio Reports

Dr. Adena Loston, the current president of St. Philip’s College, also addressed Council, reporting that St. Philip’s now enrolls 12,000-plus students yearly in a variety of degree programs, many in vocational areas. The school graduates the largest number of licensed vocational nurses of any college in the state. To hear the the introduction, click here:Continue reading “Artemisia Bowden and St. Philip’s College – Audio Reports”

Bob Goff Shares Joy at Council Banquet

Author and speaker Bob Goff offered an enthusiastic and energetic presentation to inspire us all to be “people who love Jesus and live in constant anticipation.” Using humor, anecdotes, and personal reflection, Goff challenged those present to love people without rules and to be present with those people who are in most need of beingContinue reading “Bob Goff Shares Joy at Council Banquet”