Why should we pray from a common prayer book? Greg Goebel shares some wisdom about appropriate use of such resources.
Why would someone want to convert to Anglicanism? Winfield Bevins explains the riches of this still-vibrant, yet ancient faith.
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.
What, at its essence, does it mean to be counter-cultural? Ryan Danker discusses the problem with being counter-cultural, how Jesus has ushered in a new kind of culture, and what Lent has to do with it.
Before we stylized the sacrament to make it expedient for large worship gatherings, the early church had some very distinct practices surrounding the communion. Watch this Seven Minute Seminary with Dr. Ruth Anne Reese as she explains the historical backdrop of the early church's experience with the Last Supper.
http://youtu.be/83iaK9nGWfk Rev. Dr. Tory Baucum, Rector of Truro Church in Fairfax, Virginia, and one of the Six Preachers of Canterbury Cathedral, shares what Anglicanism is...
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 are we Anglican? Winfield Bevins shares the way the Anglican Faith is grounded in a rich history of prayer.
It is easy to become self-reliant and its especially dangerous in ministry. Samuel Chadwick wrote a book called The Way to Pentecost, which calls on us to become reliant on The Holy Spirit.
There is something inherently rebellious about worship. Gary Ball explains why your presence in the worship service sends a strong statement to the prevailing winds of culture and society.