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.
Why would you need a book to pray? Winfield Bevins explains the benefit of prayer using the Book of Common Prayer.
Today is a day of feasting with family. But, there is another kind of feast in the family of God. Emily Vermilya shares her first experience at the Lord's table.
We talk so much about John Wesley as the founder of Methodism. What about him as an Anglican? Vivian Sawyer weighs in about Wesley's Anglican heart.
Why use the Book of Common Prayer in your daily life? Winfield Bevins shares the significance of never having to pray alone.
Why should we pray from a common prayer book? Greg Goebel shares some wisdom about appropriate use of such resources.
Why does traditional liturgy and tradition actually matter? Morgan Clark shares the legacy of Thomas Cranmer and the life-giving resource that is the Book of Common Prayer.
We are seeing a resurgence in the use of visual arts in worship. Shannon Sigler shares some tips for incorporating it into your service.
Special ministry contexts warrant special considerations. Anglican Collective interviews a pastor who ministers in a tense situation about ministry in religiously plural contexts.
Nothing is wasted if it adds to the person you are. Kevin Cook shares his journey and how three streams converged into one faith in his life.
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.
What is All Saints Day all about? Matthew Sigler tells us about the communion of saints.
St. Benedict was an amazing man of God. Winfield Bevins translates his spiritual practices to us.
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.