Welcome to the AMiA Theological Vision

By Bishop Philip Jones I had read Tim Keller’s book Center Church before, probably sometime soon after it was published in 2012. But last summer, during my sabbatical, I was drawn to it again, in a deeper and stronger way than the first time. This time, as I started making notes, I had a much different viewpoint. As [...]

2019-07-04T00:58:34-05:00February 6th, 2019|From the Apostolic Vicar, From the Lead Bishop, New Works|Comments Off on Welcome to the AMiA Theological Vision

From the Apostolic Vicar: Importance of the Living the Mission Fund

Bishop Philip Jones explains more about how the Living the Mission Fund helps new AMiA works get underway. Related Articles: Living the Mission Fund Living the Mission: Equipped to Equip  

2019-07-04T00:58:34-05:00January 17th, 2019|From the Apostolic Vicar, New Works|Comments Off on From the Apostolic Vicar: Importance of the Living the Mission Fund

From the Apostolic Vicar: Under God’s Hand

Bishop Philip Jones reflects on the upheavals in our world through the lens of St. John's Revelation, assuring us that even though the world can seem out of control, it's not. Christ is King, and all is under God's hand of love. See also recent blogs about AMiA churches surviving and serving amid storms and [...]

2019-07-04T00:58:34-05:00November 29th, 2018|From the Apostolic Vicar|Comments Off on From the Apostolic Vicar: Under God’s Hand

From the Apostolic Vicar: The Balance of Three Streams

Lead Bishop, Philip Jones, shares more about the unique way The Anglican Mission in America approaches life and worship within the Scripture, Sacrament and Spirit. For more on the three streams of AMiA see: The Vision of AMiA Blogs

2019-07-04T00:58:35-05:00October 26th, 2018|Anglicanism, From the Apostolic Vicar, Three Streams|Comments Off on From the Apostolic Vicar: The Balance of Three Streams

From the Apostolic Vicar: What do we mean by “three streams”?

How do the Scriptures, Sacraments and Spirit come together as a great river of worship? Apostolic Vicar Philip Jones shares practical ways the “three streams” are evident within Anglican Mission in America churches. […]

2019-07-04T00:58:36-05:00August 30th, 2018|Anglicanism, Church Life, From the Apostolic Vicar, Three Streams|Comments Off on From the Apostolic Vicar: What do we mean by “three streams”?

From the Apostolic Vicar: Mental Health Awareness Month

One in five families are impacted by mental illness. How can churches minister to those who live with mental health challenges? How can we care for their families in loving and supportive ways? This month we'll look at some possibilities. +Philip Jones starts our series on mental health with his own thoughts. 

2019-07-04T00:58:37-05:00May 10th, 2018|Church Life, From the Apostolic Vicar|Comments Off on From the Apostolic Vicar: Mental Health Awareness Month

From the Apostolic Vicar: Impact of Winter Conference

+Philip Jones Greetings to the Anglican Mission in America and our Friends, It is one month since we were together in Dallas for Winter Conference 2018 (and Clergy Retreat!), and I am so very encouraged by the feedback I have received so far. In these past weeks I have seen the impact of [...]

2019-07-04T00:58:39-05:00March 1st, 2018|From the Apostolic Vicar|Comments Off on From the Apostolic Vicar: Impact of Winter Conference

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 [...]

2019-07-04T00:58:40-05:00January 9th, 2018|From the Apostolic Vicar|Comments Off on From the Apostolic Vicar: Bishop Chuck Murphy enters Hope Everlasting