By Yesenia (Jessie) Alejandro
What does stewardship look like in a pandemic? In Prayer and Action in a Pandemic, Jessie Alejandro shares how she and a group of faithful disciples mobilized an entire community to serve those in need, both in their immediate communities and beyond.
By Gerlene Gordy
Navajoland has been hit particularly hard by the pandemic, their infection and death rates amongst the highest in the country. In Abundant Love In Scarce Times, Gerlene Gordy describes how well-wishers from across the nation, Church and world responded to their crisis with love and generosity, caring for the people of this beautiful and rugged reservation.
By Caroline Moomaw Chilton
Stressed out at the thought of a stewardship campaign in the middle of a pandemic? In 12 Steps to Successful Stewardship, Carolyn Chilton breaks down some key stewardship concepts that are foundational and practical, especially in times of transition and disruption.
By Jimmy Bartz
The notion of abundance and overflow is something we encounter often in conversations around stewardship. In Enough Love to Go Around, Jimmy Bartz asks a simple but transformational question: what if we focus on simply having enough?
By Frederico Garza
In this webinar, well speak with two deacons about their experiences during the pandemic and offer ideas about how best to support deacons during the pandemic and beyond.
By Jim Murphy
Join us to learn how to use the many resources of ECF.
By Jim Murphy
Take the mystery out of planned giving for your parish.
By Isaiah “Shaneequa” Brokenleg
While this year has stolen much from many of us, it has also pulled the curtain back on the broken systems and exploitative cultures we have lived with for years. In Unprecedented Times, Isaiah ‘Shaneequa’ Brokenleg questions our desire to ‘return to normal’ and sheds light on how this is an opportunity to course-correct and build a society based on love and justice for and by all. This article is available in English and Spanish.
By Kim L. Coleman
Racism exists in every space we inhabit, even in our beloved Episcopal Church. In More Than A Black Thing, Kim L. Coleman takes us through her experience of becoming and being seen as a black Episcopal priest in a ‘white’ church, explaining why inclusion doesn’t necessarily mean acceptance, and the role of the Union of Black Episcopalians in this important work.
By Heidi J. Kim
Asian-Americans have long been hailed as a ‘model-minority’ in the United States, but that certainly hasn’t shielded them from suffering incredibly hateful and violent acts of racism. In In This Moment, Heidi J. Kim shares her experience with racism in this country and her commitment to the Black Lives Matter movement. This article is available in English and Spanish.