The Episcopal Networks Collaborative announces the release of “Immigrant Stories: Reflections for Preachers and Teachers” for the Season of Pentecost and beyond. These reflections are part of the Joint Education and Advocacy effort of the Episcopal Networks Collaborative. In 2016, the Collaborative offered justice reflections for the Sundays of Advent. In 2017, it provided a Lenten Reflection Series and Reflections for the Creation Season. In 2018, it offered Reflections for the Harvest Season and the O Antiphons. All are available at www.enej.org.
The direct link to “Immigrant Stories: Reflections for Preachers and Teachers” is here.
If you are using “Immigrant Stories” for sermon preparation, personal reflection, or instruction, you may find the following questions to be useful:
1. What does our religious teaching say to us about the selected issue?
2. What does the secular culture teach and tell us about the selected issue?
3. What is our personal experience with the selected issue?
4. Compare 1, 2 and 3. Where are there tensions? Similarities?
5. What are we called to do?
6. First steps?
“Immigrant Stories: Reflections for Preachers and Teachers” is published by the Episcopal Networks Collaborative (Episcopal Network for Economic Justice, Episcopal Ecological Network, Union of Black Episcopalians).
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