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Living Classroom: Refreshment and Transformation

            WHAT WE LEARNED FROM LIVING CLASSROOM   In October AMiA sponsored Living Classroom, a three-day teaching event to equip clergy and lay leaders for the front lines. Living Classroom offered workshops and classes to give participants tools to address questions like "What are other churches doing to grow and [...]

2019-11-07T12:33:28-06:00November 7th, 2019|Living Classroom, Uncategorized|Comments Off on Living Classroom: Refreshment and Transformation

Living Classroom: Joyous Fellowship

            WHAT WE LEARNED FROM LIVING CLASSROOM   In October AMiA sponsored Living Classroom, a three-day teaching event to equip clergy and lay leaders for the front lines. Living Classroom offered workshops and classes to give participants tools to address questions like "What are other churches doing to grow and [...]

2019-11-06T16:44:20-06:00November 6th, 2019|Church Life, Living Classroom|Comments Off on Living Classroom: Joyous Fellowship

Living Classroom: Revelation at St Ann’s

      WHAT WE LEARNED FROM LIVING CLASSROOM   In October AMiA sponsored Living Classroom, a three-day teaching event to equip clergy and lay leaders for the front lines. Living Classroom offered workshops and classes to give participants tools to address questions like "What are other churches doing to grow and flourish?" "How do [...]

2019-11-06T11:50:10-06:00October 31st, 2019|alpha, Living Classroom|Comments Off on Living Classroom: Revelation at St Ann’s

Learning to BE, A New Book by Chad+ Jarnagin

As an increasing number of people engage in a quest for spiritual health, there has been an alarming movement of individuals leaving Christianity behind. Often the abandonment of once-vibrant faith is tied to the deconstruction of faith with intentional reconstruction. However, this trend is accompanied by another, more encouraging movement: Christians around the world are [...]

2019-08-22T00:45:03-06:00August 22nd, 2019|Anglicanism, Spiritual growth|Comments Off on Learning to BE, A New Book by Chad+ Jarnagin

A Posture of Sabbath

By Rev. Chad E. Jarnagin, Founding Rector of Luminous Parish There is an alarm sounding off these days, but many of us are ignoring it. I lament the fact that I allow myself to be extremely busy at times. With email, phone, texts and feeds dinging/ringing, the noise can drown out the “still small voice.” [...]

2019-07-31T12:10:43-06:00July 29th, 2019|Spiritual growth|Comments Off on A Posture of Sabbath

Sabbath as Spiritual Formation

By Lyn Baker, Family Ministry Director of All Saints Dallas The Sabbath is as old as creation itself. There was always a Sabbath; before Abraham, before Israel, God created the Sabbath. From the beginning, there was a pause, a time for reflection, a time for worship. On the seventh day God rested from his monumental [...]

2019-07-24T10:23:22-06:00July 25th, 2019|Spiritual growth|Comments Off on Sabbath as Spiritual Formation

The Counter-Cultural Gift of Sabbath

By Christopher+ Myers, Associate Rector of St. Bartholomew’s Anglican Church in East Dallas Tim Keller has often remarked that in whatever culture Christianity takes root, the way Christians relate to money, sex and power will always in some sense present a challenge to the culture. I think he is right, but I also think the [...]

2019-07-31T17:45:49-06:00July 18th, 2019|Spiritual growth|Comments Off on The Counter-Cultural Gift of Sabbath

Seven Good Reads on Sabbath Rest

Setting aside time to rest in God is a challenge, especially in a world that idolizes doing and accomplishing. Summer is a great time to take vacations, slow down and detach from the busyness of the rest of the year. This month our blogs and social media posts will provide resources and ideas related to [...]

2019-07-04T00:58:29-06:00July 3rd, 2019|Spiritual growth|Comments Off on Seven Good Reads on Sabbath Rest

Could Every Church Plant?

By Ric Thorpe This post was originally published on the AMiA blog in 2014. "The harvest is plentiful, but the workers are few. Ask the Lord of the harvest, therefore, to send out workers into his harvest field." Luke 10:2  In Shadwell, East London, a stone's throw from the ancient City of London walls, the local [...]

2019-07-04T00:58:29-06:00June 19th, 2019|Church planting|0 Comments

From the Lead Bishop: Pentecost and Church Planting

Bishop Philip Jones sets the stage for the observance of Pentecost (the birth of the Church) and shares how AMiA continues the ministry of church planting.

2019-07-04T00:58:29-06:00June 6th, 2019|Church Calendar, Church planting, From the Lead Bishop|Comments Off on From the Lead Bishop: Pentecost and Church Planting