From the Lead Bishop: Racial Reconciliation

Dr. David Woody, III, President and CEO of The Bridge, shares with +Philip about ministry in downtown Dallas. By +Philip Jones Perhaps you have noticed, as I have, how certain causes or issues will flare up for a time, causing us all get all excited. Many of us get onboard, only to jump [...]

2020-11-24T10:47:37-06:00November 24th, 2020|Church Life, From the Lead Bishop, Personal Story|Comments Off on From the Lead Bishop: Racial Reconciliation

Stewards of God’s Gifts

By Bishop Sandy Greene, Interim Senior Pastor at Grace Northridge, San Antonio Soon after I joined the staff of Grace Northridge as a volunteer in 2012, I was delighted to experience a team-building retreat led by the Rev. Terry Walling. Though there was discussion about many things, I remember best the way that Terry had [...]

2020-11-19T17:20:58-06:00November 19th, 2020|Spiritual growth|Comments Off on Stewards of God’s Gifts

Stewardship in COVID-19

By Mike Blanchat, Executive Director of the AMiA and Executive Administrator of All Saints Dallas As we begin to recover from what felt like an endless election season and enter month eight of the COVID-19 pandemic, I wanted to write to you this month with good news: God has been preparing all of us for [...]

2020-11-05T12:41:34-06:00November 5th, 2020|Church Life, Leadership|Comments Off on Stewardship in COVID-19

Fasting and Prayer: Authority and Connection

By Jay+ Wright, Rector of Saint Bartholomew’s in Dallas Fasting is a discipline God’s people have taken up for millennia, but it is not so popular in our current day. I’ve been an Anglican clergyman for a decade now, and fasting has been something I’ve been slow to practice. Maybe it’s my inner perfectionist? Or [...]

2020-10-30T14:34:06-05:00October 29th, 2020|Church Life|Comments Off on Fasting and Prayer: Authority and Connection

All the Saints Celebrating the Feast of All Saints

The celebration of All Saints day is just a few weeks away. To remind us of its significance to the Church and to each of us, we are re-posting reflections published previously. by The Rev. Nowell Copley, All Saints Spartanburg This year, as we do each year on November 1, Christians around the world will [...]

2020-10-22T10:31:35-05:00October 22nd, 2020|Anglicanism, Church Calendar, News Around the Mission|Comments Off on All the Saints Celebrating the Feast of All Saints

The Value of Prophetic Ministry

By Dave+ Larlee, Vicar of All Saints Dallas I was recently talking to someone who hadn’t attended church since childhood. After inviting them to attend an Alpha course, their answer gave me pause. “Why would I attend church? I already know what’s wrong with me.” I pivoted, changed my approach and offered to pray for [...]

2020-10-15T11:47:47-05:00October 15th, 2020|alpha, Church Life, Living Classroom, Spiritual growth, Three Streams|Comments Off on The Value of Prophetic Ministry

Learning and Connecting Through Living Classroom

We are so excited about our new Living Classroom experience: a new way to stay connected and to discuss the important issues that come up in leading three-stream Anglican congregations. For now, most of the offerings are geared toward our clergy; however, as we move into the spring, we will expand to create opportunities for [...]

2020-09-23T22:31:59-05:00September 24th, 2020|Living Classroom|Comments Off on Learning and Connecting Through Living Classroom

From the Lead Bishop: Introducing Living Classroom Online

The Living Classroom is a place where Anglicans come to grow and learn together how to live out a three-stream life—with a balanced emphasis on Scriptures, Sacraments and the Spirit. We truly believe that this life is an expression of the call we have on our lives to usher in God’s kingdom on earth. As [...]

2020-09-17T14:44:06-05:00September 17th, 2020|From the Lead Bishop, Living Classroom|Comments Off on From the Lead Bishop: Introducing Living Classroom Online

The Role of Deacon: A Call to Servanthood

When does the call to believe and follow Christ happen? In childhood? In the midst of a traumatic event? At the time of transition? Yes, yes, yes. It happens to each person uniquely and can come at any time, in the midst of any situation. Lyn Baker’s call to Christ was dramatic and instantaneous. It [...]

2020-09-03T12:11:34-05:00September 3rd, 2020|Deacons, News Around the Mission, Ordination|Comments Off on The Role of Deacon: A Call to Servanthood
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