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Category Archives: Technology
Derek Olsen, one of the more interesting Daily Episcopalian columnists at Episcopal Café, wrote an article a couple of days back about the power of the Internet to be part of the solution to the challenge of Fixing Adult Formation. … Continue reading
Many parishes help individuals deepen their faith by sponsoring a set of Lenten meditations written by and for members of the church. Some churches expand the reach of these meditations by publishing them on a blog, so they can be … Continue reading
Dr. Mary Hess from Luther Seminary in St. Paul, MN, is on campus at Virginia Theological Seminary today giving a “Fridays at the Seminary” presentation entitled “Technology, Theology and Teaching: Faith formation in a ‘new culture of learning.’” Since this … Continue reading