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Hola de Dra. Luisa Bonillas

Hola amigos de EES! Rezo que tu y tu familia estén bien y que esta temporada te traiga esperanza. Estoy tan emocionada ser la nueva misionera cultural. Miro hacia adelante a trabajar con Day y la Junta Directiva en ayudarle a personas en formación de liderazgo en la iglesia convertirse en evangelistas episcopales. El 9 … Read More »

Hello from Dr. Luisa Bonillas

Hello friends of EES! I pray that you and yours are well and that this season brings you hope. I am so excited to be the new Multicultural Missioner. I look forward to working with Day and the Board of Directors in helping people in formation for leadership in the church become Episcopal Evangelists. On … Read More »

De-Colonizing Evangelism

The EES Board recently participated in an extended reflection on the nature of evangelism, led by Board member the Rev. Canon Stephanie Spellers. Our context was Canon Spellers’ new book, The Church Cracked Open: Disruption, Decline, and New Hope for Beloved Community.  In it, she explores how decline in the Episcopal Church has led to … Read More »

EES and the Witness for Racial Justice

I’m excited to announce the most significant reform in Evangelism for the 21st Century grants in their history. EES is making the witness for racial justice the priority of our work. Evangelism is sharing the Good News of God’s restorative work in Jesus Christ, and there are many authentic expressions of it. We believe that, … Read More »

An Evangelist – In Spite of Myself

a reflection by The Very Rev. Roger Ferlo, Ph. D. I am one of those Episcopalians suffering from a life-long allergy to the word “evangelism.”  This may well be because I bear the scars of several years of ministry in a troubled diocese where the word “evangelical,” like the word “orthodox,” was wielded like a verbal … Read More »