VIDEO: An Instrument of Grace

St. Mark’s Episcopal Church in Little Rock has partnered with nearby Hall High School to provide essential supplies and funds for therapeutic programming, and showing us yet another way to love our neighbors.

Bishop’s Day of Formation

Bishop’s Day of Formation Saturday, Sept. 22, 9 a.m. – 4 St. Mark’s Episcopal Church in Little Rock The diocese presents its second Bishop’s Day of Formation. Nationally recognized formation specialist Vicky Garvey will be the keynote speaker, and local formation leaders will lead workshops focused on creative Christian formation for all ages. Keynote Speaker Vicky Garvey is most … Read More

Update from #GC79: Drawings from Jeannie McCabe

For ten days in July I sat on the floor of the House of Deputies at The 79th General Convention of The Episcopal Church. There were volumes of dialogue (most orderly, respectful, civil and diverse, I might add) that challenged my visual learning style. I have discovered that when I “take notes” in word pictures, I not only can recall … Read More

Hot Springs Village Churches Observe Reformation Sunday Together

Evangelical Lutheran Bishop Michael Girlinghouse, crucifer Nancy Holst, and Episcopal Bishop Larry Benfield are surrounded by clergy from Lutheran, Episcopal and Catholic churches on Reformation Sunday. On Sunday, October 29, 2017, Lutheran, Episcopal and Catholic parishes in the Hot Springs, Arkansas area commemorated the 500th anniversary of the Reformation in an ecumenical worship service at the Coronado Center, Hot Springs … Read More

Stephens Scholarships for Delta Students

Students in certain Delta counties (Arkansas; Ashley; Chicot; Crittenden; Cross; Desha; Drew; Jefferson; Lee; Lincoln; Mississippi; Monroe; Phillips; St. Francis; and Woodruff) who are either recent high school graduates or rising seniors are welcome to apply for a Stephens Scholarship to attend college within Arkansas. Preference will be given to applicants whose household income is below 150% of the federal … Read More

Okay, You’re a Youth Minister. Now What?

By Randall Curtis, Ministry Developer for Young Adults and Youth You have started a new full-time or part time youth ministry position.  There will be this day, after you have smiled and met everyone, where you sit at your desk and ask the question. Pray Compile a list of all of the youth and their families and pray for them … Read More