Podcast: Episcopal youth prepare to take ‘Path to Peace’ message home

EYE17 day 3 coverage

Produced by Miranda Shafer
Posted Jul 13, 2017

Episcopal youth gathered for the July 13 plenary session. Photo: Lynette Wilson/Episcopal News Service

[Episcopal News Service – Edmond, Oklahoma] On the eve of their departure from Oklahoma, 1,300 youth from across the Episcopal Church began strategizing about how they will take the “Path to Peace” message home.

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Comments (9)

  1. Pjcabbiness says:

    Peace? Definition in this context? Neville Chamberlain was a “peacemaker” and his efforts led to the Munich Agreement which in turn led to a world war. Our youth do not need any more self serving leftist, Marxist indoctrination.

    1. John Colon says:

      I am not a so-called “leftist Marxist.” I am a Christian and I strive to be a peacemaker for I believe our Creator calls us to love and love is most creatively and powerfully demonstrated and made real in the way of peace.

      1. Margaret A Fletcher says:

        “If you want peace work for justice” it is the best directive there is.f

    2. Lynda Deal Williams says:

      This beautiful event was not a Marxist, liberal indoctrination. So many people have lost or ignored the words of Christ. I feel so sad for them. I followed EYE17 and was overjoyed to know our Christian spirit will be carried on. Peace and blessings be.

  2. Sue Heilman says:

    This is not Marxist indoctrination, but biblical teaching at it’s best! Great podcast summary of continuing the Path to Peace as everyone journeys home…thank you!

  3. Ann Smith says:

    Bishop Tutu’s teachings on Truth and Reconciliation and his Book of Joy with the Dalai Lama, two spiritual leader’s friendship and deep respect for one another’s religions brings a lasting peace.

  4. Are there text copies of these news reports. I find podcasts difficult.

  5. Stephen Shafer says:

    Full of hope, love and determination. Do we have to wait four years for the next one?

  6. Rev. Stephen Holton says:

    Great. We only get to peace if people know how to lead the way – and avoid the easy answers that those on the Right or Left espouse; but actually go out there and do it themselves in a difficult world.

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