1. Here Am I, Send Me: The Story of Jonathan Daniels


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    In this award winning documentary we explore the life of a modern Christian martyr who gave his life bravely defending a young woman in Alabama during the civil rights era. This is the story of a young Episcopalian priest who heard the call to serve in one of the most dangerous social upheavals in American history, and gave his life for it. For more information read more on him here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jonathan_Daniels

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    • St. Luke & St. Matthew's Church, Brooklyn: Occupy Sandy


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      In the wake of Hurricane Sandy, a church in Brooklyn partners with the Occupy Sandy movement to help out victims of the disaster. Please consider donating via the disaster relief Amazon Registry: http://www.amazon.com/registry/wedding/32TAA123PJR42?user-sort=priority-bucket&x=17&y=8

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      • Dr. Walter Brueggemann Part 2 "The Counterworld of the Psalms"


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        This was recorded on Oct. 23, 2012 at the Clergy Conference of the Episcopal Diocese of Texas ABOUT WALTER BRUEGGERMANN epicenter.org/walter-brueggemann/

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        • Amazed - Sam Hensley


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          "Amazed" from Sam Hensley's "And It Goes Like This..." Shot in Hendersonville, NC, December 2008. Panasonic DVX100A. This was a very informal project. We had a brainstorm a few months before our annual winter youth conference. We shot whenever we had a free moment, over a couple of days, to put this together. VIEWING NOTE: Please make sure the HD is on when you watch. I have noticed that viewing with HD off causes some nasty audio sync drift, and about by 1.30 into the video you'll have sound that's at least a second off from the picture.

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          • Transforming Churches: Thad's - Santa Monica, CA


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            Profile of Thad's, a thriving Episcopal community in Santa Monica, CA.

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            • Anglican Episcopal House of Studies (2012)


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              The Anglican Episcopal House of Studies (AEHS) at Duke Divinity School is a community of students, faculty, and staff dedicated to nurturing and preparing Episcopalians and other Anglicans for future service to the church. AEHS is a fellowship of learning within the wider community of Divinity School, participating in all aspects of Divinity School life yet with its own distinct opportunities. http://divinity.duke.edu/initiatives-centers/aehs

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              • Sacred Chaos: Southside Abbey


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                A look at the Southside Abbey worshiping community in Chattanooga, TN.

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                • The Rev. Robert Two Bulls: The 38 Tears of Bishop Whipple


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                  Responding to the upcoming 150th anniversary of the massacre of 38 Dakota warriors, Rev. Canon Two Bulls, Missioner for Indian Work and Multicultural Ministry for the Episcopal Church in Minnesota, chose to capture the event's meaning through a vibrant and unforgettable image. “Seven or eight years ago when I lived and served in the Diocese Los Angeles, I began teaching a class on Art and Spirituality and the marketing Native American Indian Art,” continues Rev. Two Bulls. “From these two experiences, coupled with my own art-making, I found that individual minds are opened by art. Art can transform the individual. When Native artists create art that is not necessarily tribally themed, non-Native viewers often voice surprise. In this process some stereotypes fade away. I try to respond authentically to what I feel called to create in art. I hope that whatever the resulting piece is, that it causes the viewer to think. In my painting I leave it to the viewers to interpret for themselves what it says to them. Are the tears Whipple’s own from mourning? Or are they the tears of God raining down upon him?” The 38 Tears of Bishop Whipple is being used as the icon for the 155th Annual Convention of the Episcopal Church in Minnesota, which will be held September 21-22 on the Lower Sioux Indian Community’s Jackpot Junction Casino in Morton, Minnesota.

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                  • CnC Session 17


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                    This video, part of the Confirm not Conform program, explores the World Council of Religions. The Most Reverend Katharine Jefferts Schori, Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church, speaks.

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                    • Walter Brueggemann: The Role of Church in Our New Multicultural World


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                      Influential Old Testament scholar, Dr. Walter Brueggemann, sat down with the Logos Project to talk about the role of church in a society that is "in freefall." ABOUT WALTER BRUEGGERMANN http://www.epicenter.org/walter-brueggemann/ DISCUSSION QUESTIONS http://www.epicenter.org/walter-brueggeman-discussion-question/ To download, click the download button, select the size you would like and then right click to "Save Link As" or "Save Target As".

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