Just how far has the Anglican Church's influence reached? Winfield Bevins shares the global nature of the Anglican faith.
The people most likely to relate to the message of Advent are the oppressed and marginalized. Morgan Clark explains why.
The Bishop of the Anglican Diocese of the Mid-Atlantic, John Guernsey provides his insights on vision, being a pastor to pastors, and the power of three streams Anglicanism.
Special ministry contexts warrant special considerations. Anglican Collective interviews a pastor who ministers in a tense situation about ministry in religiously plural contexts.
Head Pastor of Trinity Anglican Church in Atlanta, GA, Kris McDaniel shares his journey into the Anglican church, the appeal of Anglicanism, and his passion for church planting.
Pastor of Redeemer Anglican Church in Asheville, North Carolina, Gary Ball shares his love of liturgy and the power of sacramental church planting in a modern context.
Jack King, Rector of Apostles Anglican Church in Knoxville, TN, sits down with Winfield Bevins to talk about ministering to a local community, rhythms of mission and Sabbath, as well as his journey into Anglicanism.
Listen in as Winfield Bevins interviews David Roseberry about church planting, mission, and living a balanced life of ministry
What does evangelicalism need today? Taylor Brown shares his take on how we could grow and thrive once again.
Life comes at you fast. Some weeks its hard for me to remember on Friday what I did on Monday. I actually had to...
In this video interview, Winfield Bevins and Dan Alger sit down to discuss both the positive contributions and the cultural barriers of planting a church in the Anglican tradition. They conclude that the richness of Anglicanism is fertile ground for missional work in 21st century America.
Why must Anglicans plant churches, and what about their tradition makes it a stream that enriches the mission of planting churches? In this video interview, Dan Alger offers wisdom and encouragement for those sensing a call to this particular vocation.
The road to church planting is littered with pastors who burned out, committed moral failure, or simply walked away from the ministry. The good news is not all church planting ventures ends in disaster, failure, and frustration. Many church planters can and do thrive in various contexts.
http://youtu.be/w86wuJLyVEU Rev. Canon Andrew White shares how he ended up in Baghdad, Iraq, where he serves at the only Anglican church in the country. He...