Dialogue Without Compromise Is Possible By Robert D. Hughes and A. Wayne Schwab

The Living Church, May 30, 1993 As our world gets smaller, more people of other faiths become our neighbors.  Can we engage in open dialogue with persons of other faiths without compromising our own?  The answer is yes.  In fact, many people see respectful dialogue with people of other faiths as the most effective means […]

Dignity: Its Essential Role in Resolving Conflict by Donna Hicks, Ph.D.;

Ten elements and ten temptations.

Disarming Our Speech

“Disarming Our Speech” by Christine A. Scheller in Sojouners (December 2014).  “POLICE BRUTALITY, the Affordable Care Act, climate change: When people with differing convictions on issues such as these come together for conversation, some prefer to first set aside the issues and focus on building relationships, while others want disagreements front and center. In his […]

E. J. Dionne on Liberty and Community

Balancing liberty and community.

Earth Ministry

Training for working on environmental and social justice issues.

Educating All God’s Children

How congregations can help our schools.

Evangelism and Mission, The Whole Story

By The Rev. A. Wayne Schwab Proclaim the good news that God is here (Mark 1:14-15) on mission to make the world more loving and more just. Call to join God’s mission in Jesus Christ (Mark 1:16-29) to make the world more loving and more just. Proclamation draws people into the church. There are joyous […]

Every Member a Missionary: An Interview with The Rev. A. Wayne Schwab

Posted on October 26, 2010 by Bruce Laverman We’ve all read about it and heard it in a sermon…but here’s someone who is actually training people to do it, not only here in North America but as far away as Tanzania. Here Bruce Laverman interviews Wayne Schwab, formerly evangelism staff person for the Episcopal Church in America.  […]

Everything You’ve Heard about Failing Schools is Wrong

One “failing” school that is really doing well.

Finding God in Silicon Valley

“Finding God in Silicon Valley” – Religion and Ethics Newsweekly of 4/3/15 interviews the head of VMware who sees his company as a church and the head of Carpenters Code which seeks to connect Silicon Valley workers with God.  Comment on their values: success of their families; success of the organization; and wisdom.  Where are […]