Tag Archives: National Council of Churches

A Glimpse into the Bishop’s Life

Alumni Horae – St. Paul’s School – Spring 1997 The following are some highlights of Bishop Anderson’s achievements: He was born in Los Angeles, California, and graduated from Valparaiso University with honors in English and History. He served for two … Continue reading

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Young takes helm of Council of Churches

By Karen R. Long The Plain Dealer – Cleveland, OH. Nov. 12, 1999 More than 1,200 Christians stood last night and enveloped the rev. Andrew J. Young in Beethoven’s “Joyful, Joyful We Adore Thee” as he walked down the central … Continue reading

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1998-1999 Brochure of the National Council of Churches of Christ in the USA

About the NCC The National Council of Churches of Christ in the USA is the primary national expression of the movement for Christian unity in the United Sates. Scroll down to see the 1998-1999 brochure of the National Council of … Continue reading

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Iraq: Opposition to military action gaining new ground

Lexington Herald Leader – Feb. 17, 1998 Continued…. Kuwait in 1990, touching off the Persian Gulf War. U.S. officials think that some of the proposed solutions to the crisis would compromise UNSCOM’s integrity. “It’s our view that any solution to … Continue reading

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Odessa couple’s son heads National Council of Churches

What is without question, the highest honor that can come the way of a Protestant Clergyman, was recently bestowed upon the son of Odessa’s Alvin and Glenn Anderson. How mighty, mighty proud they must be of their son, Bishop Craig … Continue reading

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Bishop Anderson gets Diocese moving, sees reservation needs

By Margaret Figert – Todd County Tribune – Vol.65, No. 48 Wednesday, September 4, 1985 WINNER – It’s 9:00 a.m. on a Monday morning at Sargent’s Café in Winner. The Rt. Rev. Craig B. Anderson, new Episcopal Bishop in South … Continue reading

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My birthday gift: On the Rails and about the Rails

March 2011 – Rector’s Ruminations As we depart the Sacramento station on the Coast Starlight, we pass a deserted Southern Pacific warehouse and a small wave of bittersweet nostalgia washes over me.  Bitter owing to my love of train travel … Continue reading

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Linking the Sciences – An interview with the AGI 50th Anniversary Symposium Keynote Speakers

by Janice O. Childress – Geotimes December 1998 The spectacular technological achievements of the 20th century have created new lifestyle and workplace opportunities, but they have created complex problems as well. Today’s workforce is learning to solve some of these … Continue reading

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Episcopal Schools Form Servant Leaders

By Craig B. Anderson The rhetoric of educational reform is all too familiar – calls for adequate school funding, concern over declining test scores, impending teacher shortages, growing grade inflation, the need for curriculum revision to address poor student performance, … Continue reading

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The fragmentation of knowledge and restoration of wisdom: educational reform in the new millennium

1999 William and Rita Bell Lecture Public Lecture – March 16, 1999 – the University of Tulsa Campus – Sharp Chapel Lecturer – The Right Reverend Craig B. Anderson, Ph.D. – Rector, St Paul’s School Concord, N.H. – President, National … Continue reading

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