Victoria and I are flying to the Dominican Republic today to discover the needs of the Companion Diocese to our own Diocese of Georgia. We'll be working to see two to three places each day through Friday, and finding ways to communicate the needs so that churches can see how to get involved in making a difference. In the wake of the earthquake on the other side of the island, the Diocese of the Dominican Republic
needs ever more to expand its ability to reach out sharing Christ's love with all in their communities as well as the needs coming across the border. We will be all around the DR side of Hispanola listening to their stories, seeing what there is to see and finding ways to share what we discover.
The Rev. Frank Logue, Clergy Journalist/Storyteller
Labels: The Dominican Republic