Prayers for Peacemakers, February 6, 2013


  Epixel* for February 10, 2013


We have
renounced the shameful things that
one hides; we refuse to practice cunning or
falsify God’s word; but by the open statement
of the truth we commend
ourselves to the
conscience of everyone in the sight of God.
                                                 -2 Cor. 4:2

*epixel: a snapshot-epistle to the churches related to and 
appearing with a text from the upcoming Sunday’s Revised 
Common Lectionary readings.

photo: Tadodaho painting by Oren Lyons


Prayers for Peacemakers, February 6, 2013

Pray that heirs of the Two Row Wampum Covenant of 1613, between North American natives and settlers, may renew their commitments to care for the earth and live in mutual respect in the Hudson River area and throughout North America.

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