Meeting God During Lent

As we enter Lent, we consider what it means to put earthly things to death. This week, Chris+ Myers, Associate Pastor of All Saints East Dallas, suggests questions we should ask ourselves in this season. “Put to death therefore what is earthly in you: sexual immorality, impurity, passion, evil desire, and covetousness, which is idolatry. … Put on then, as God’s chosen ones, holy and beloved, compassionate hearts, kindness, humility, meekness, and patience, bearing with one another, and if one has a complaint against another, forgive each other, as the Lord has forgiven you, so also must you forgive.” Colossians 3:3;12-13 There is a steely-eyed realism to Lent, beginning as it does on Ash Wednesday with that solemn remembrance of our mortality: “Remember that you are dust, and to dust you shall return.” To be marked with ashes in this way, to take heed that we are in fact mortal, is our individual and communal acknowledgement that death is the consequence not ultimately of natural causes but of sin. The ashes speak to our mortality and to our estrangement from God without Christ. […]

February 14th, 2018|Lent|

Partnering in a Christ-Centered Endeavor

After growing up Catholic and working in Baptist and non-denominational churches for several years, Mark+ Walz of All Saints Dallas was introduced to Anglicanism through his wife’s family. Last spring, as a newly ordained deacon, Mark+ shared how discovering The Anglican Mission and the three streams felt like coming home. Since then his sense of [...]

February 8th, 2018|Ordination, Personal experience, Uncategorized|

Celebrating Winter Conference 2018

Nearly 200 people from dozens of churches joined together for Winter Conference 2018. Worship, prayer, ministry, teaching and celebration marked the annual gathering. Enjoy the photos from the event and stay tuned for video and audio posting from sessions. [...]

February 1st, 2018|Winter Conference, Winter Conference 2018|

Time with ABBA: Annointing for Release

At Winter Conference each morning (at 6:30, in the prayer room) there will be a special prayer/Lectio Divino  session called "Time with ABBA" led by +Silas Ng. The theme is "Anointing for Release," and provides a time for pastors and leaders who are following Jesus and doing His Kingdom ministry to experience a true relational time [...]

January 20th, 2018|Winter Conference, Winter Conference 2018|

Come & See, Go & Tell: Great Expectations for Winter Conference

It’s not too late to make plans to join us in Dallas for Winter Conference, January 24-27. Register now! PreConference, Wednesday January 24: Prayer and Healing Ministry Team Training at Winter Conference 2018: A Time to Listen and Be Heard (Separate Registration. Sign-up here.)  Prayer and healing ministry has always been a vital aspect of our identity [...]

January 16th, 2018|Winter Conference 2018|

From the Apostolic Vicar: Bishop Chuck Murphy enters Hope Everlasting

It is with sorrow and great hope in the Gospel promise of everlasting life, that I write to you today of the death of Bishop Charles Hurt Murphy, III, a Missionary Bishop in the Anglican Church and our inaugural Apostolic Vicar of the Anglican Mission in America. +Chuck passed away early this morning quietly and [...]

January 9th, 2018|From the Apostolic Vicar|

A Heart for the Homeless

It is estimated that more than a half a million Americans are homeless on any given night.* How can the Church respond to such a large need? Desert Mission Anglican Church in Phoenix started by considering how to love well the 5,600 homeless in Maricopa County, Arizona. The church learned that through partnership with I-HELP Sunnyslope they could begin to make a difference. The organization is a collaborative effort facilitated by IMPACT Phoenix and seeks to reduce the number of people in the community living with the challenges of homelessness. We talked to Nathan+ Hale, rector of Desert Mission, about how his congregation has seen God at work through their efforts. […]

January 3rd, 2018|Church Life, Evangelism and Outreach|

Christmas Greetings

December 21st, 2017|Uncategorized|

Extraordinary Lives: Loving God in a Big Way

Despite our best efforts to welcome all into our churches, for many families impacted by disabilities, church is an uncomfortable place. In fact, some avoid it altogether. But, at St. Andrew’s in Little Rock, young people with special needs have a place where they belong in a community created just for them. Church member Kay [...]

December 14th, 2017|Outreach|0 Comments

Winter Conference 2018: Breakout Sessions

Our theme for Winter Conference this year is “Come & See, Go & Tell.” Breakout sessions are specially designed to give you tools, for yourself and for your communities, to be better equipped for mission, to Go & Tell. Here are brief overviews for just a few of the sessions we have planned: Culture of [...]

December 7th, 2017|Winter Conference 2018|