Prayers for Peacemakers, June 12, 2013


  Epixel* for June 16, 2013

I do not nullify the grace of God; 
for if justification comes through the law,
then Christ died for nothing.    -Gal. 2:21

Pictured: Suzanne Patles, Mi’kmaq First Nation, one of five people 
arrested in Kent County, New Brunswick, between 5 and 12 June

photo courtesy Native Voices United

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

Prayers for Peacemakers, June 12, 2013

Pray for Mi’kmaq and Maliseet people and their allies in New Brunswick, protesting seismic testing and plans for fracking with its threat of contaminated land, water and air.  Pray for courage among supporters, safety for activists, and a good mind for police.

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