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 them. As I invited the Spirit of God to bless them, I had a very faint sense that they had a gift to bring beauty…

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 our churches’ local leadership teams and lay leaders. But we need to hear from you: What topics and formats will be most useful for discipleship?…

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 we live a life that is balanced with the word of God, the connection to the broadness of the saints and traditions, and the ongoing…

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 flourish?” “How do we set a new course for our church?” “How do we identify and develop leaders in our church?” and “What does it…

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 flourish?” “How do we set a new course for our church?” “How do we identify and develop leaders in our church?” and “What does it…

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 we set a new course for our church?” “How do we identify and develop leaders in our church?” and “What does it look like to…

Living Classroom: Concerning Spiritual Gifts

            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 we set a new course for our church?” “How do we identify and develop leaders in our church?” and “What does it…

Intentional Worship

Led in the Spirit: Purposeful Music for Ministry and Worship Session by Ryan Flanigan, Music Director, All Saints Dallas What does a typical week of planning music for worship look like? Ryan Flanigan has been choosing songs for Christian worship nearly every week for the past 20 years. Come to Living Classroom and hear how Ryan approaches song selection and styles with an eye to how the music jives with the lections, the Anglican Calendar and seasons, as well as…

The Good Soil

Rediscovering the Art of Discipleship Session by Allen+ Hughes, AMiA Director of Leadership Development The good soil of our life is generated through the actions and habits of discipleship. Discipleship is the lifelong pursuit of learning to live a life under the guidance and care of God. We can live a life in which we are guided and led by the perfect Father! We can experience the fruits of the good soil: a joy that goes beyond our circumstances, a…