Greatist.com
Greatist.com

Greatist.com is the trusted health & fitness source for the young, savvy, and social. Health and fitness is hard. We want to make it easier. And for starters, we think you deserve better content than what's out there now. Every fact is cited by a PubMed study, every story meticulously verified, and expert approved.

The good news is that anyone can be a greatist. Our goals and ambitions may be similar, but each person is unique, every story different. A greatist is someone who chooses better to improve their fitness, health, and happiness. Are you a greatist?

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Clelia's Conversations
Clelia's Conversations

Clelia Pinza Garrity is a deacon in the Episcopal Church and a clincial social worker. Clelia is working to increase children immunizations in Haiti. In this blog, she shares her sermons and thoughts focusing on health, wellness, scripture, and life in general.

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"Jubilee" Documentary
"Jubilee" Documentary

"Jubilee," a new documentary chronicling a 12-year relationship that comprehensively transformed both an affluent Episcopal Church and a Dallas neighborhood located in a high-crime area is now available online (click link below). The 30-minute documentary debuted at the conference "Called to Serve: The Episcopal Church Responds to Domestic Poverty."

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National Episcopal AIDS Coalition (NEAC)
National Episcopal AIDS Coalition (NEAC)

NEACtion is the official multimedia presence for the National Episcopal AIDS Coalition (NEAC). NEAC is a close partner with NEHM, sharing staff and offices in Indianapolis, IN.

filed under Audio/Video     tags Episcopal, HIV and AIDS
National Episcopal Health Ministries Social Media
National Episcopal Health Ministries Social Media

See the following links for NEHM's social media accounts. "NEHM on Prismatic" links to a news site curated by NEHM, featuring stories of interest from a variety of sources. You can join and follow us or simply go to the page whenever you want to see what we've been reading. 

filed under Blogs, Social Media     tags Episcopal, NEHM, News, Blog
Charter for Compassion
Charter for Compassion

Bringing together voices from all religions, all nations, all backgrounds, the Charter seeks to remind the world that we already share the core principles of compassion.

The Charter for Compassion is a cooperative effort to restore not only compassionate thinking but, more important, compassionate action to the center of religious, moral and political life. Compassion is the principled determination to put ourselves in the shoes of the other, and lies at the heart of all religious and ethical systems.

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Episcopal Chaplain at the Bedside
Episcopal Chaplain at the Bedside
An Episcopal (Anglican) Chaplain in Health Care reflecting on work and faith and life.
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The Episcopal Church on Youtube
The Episcopal Church on Youtube

The Episcopal Church welcomes all who worship Jesus Christ in 109 dioceses and three regional areas in 16 nations. The Episcopal Church is a member province of the worldwide Anglican Communion.

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MyPlate on Pinterest
MyPlate on Pinterest

The Partnership for a Healthier America, Let's Move!, USDA's MyPlate and the nation's top recipe creators have come together to offer hundreds of tasty recipes to anyone looking for healthier meals.

filed under Social Media     tags Food
Episcopal Adult Formation
Episcopal Adult Formation

Lifelong Christian Faith Formation is intentional, ongoing growth in the knowledge, service and love of God as followers of Christ, and is informed by Scripture, Tradition, and Reason.  This ministry supports congregations, dioceses and provinces by assisting laity and clergy to respond to formational and educational needs of children, adults and older adults. This is their official blog.

filed under Blogs     tags Episcopal, Aging, Youth