Monthly Archives: September 2014

Bishop Frade concludes visit to Korea this week.

View the photos and videos from the past few days from Bishop Frade’s trip to Korea. Read the description for the videos and photos below the images. https://www.flickr.com/photos/87226290@N05/sets/72157647752645615/

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Bishop Frade arrives in Seoul, Korea

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Our Changing World

Monday, September 22, 2014 There were 2 reports yesterday, one of which was on the process to elect the next Presiding Bishop. Actually, most of it was centered on how to fill out a nomination form. Most notably, names of … Continue reading

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“We are 1 in 100”

Sunday, September 21, 2014 The typhoon is gone. Almost no damage in Taipei, but other areas of the island were affected. This morning we had three presentations on the challenge of doing ministry in areas where Christianity is being challenged. … Continue reading

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The Reimagining of the Episcopal Church

Sunday, September 21, 2014 Greetings from Taiwan! The typhoon is now gone and the sun is out! Thank you for your prayers. This afternoon we had a closed meeting dealing with TREC (The Reimagining The Episcopal Church). There were a … Continue reading

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The World is Bigger Than Us.

Saturday, September 20, 2014 Today the House of Bishops traveled around visiting different churches. Diana and I chose not to attend the Cathedral because we were there last year during our previous visit to Taiwan. Instead we went to the … Continue reading

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Three powerful presentations – House of Bishops, Friday, September 19, 2014

First presentation – Today’s presentations were very powerful and helped us to understand the different challenges that different cultures have around the world. Bishop David Lai shared the story of the Diocese of Taiwan which developed after the Kuomintang Army … Continue reading

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