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.
What is actually in the Book of Common Prayer? Winfield Bevins gives us a tour.
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.
Have the form, but not the power? Jonathan Lawson shares a profound perspective on how evangelicalism neglected the sacramental nature of worship in integrating contemporary-style worship services in mainline denominations.
Lent, which begins roughly 40 days before Easter, can be a time of spiritual sojourn and reorientation to Christ. Watch this Seven Minute Seminary video from Dr. Winfield Bevins for an introduction to the spiritual disciplines commonly practiced during Lent.
What does evangelicalism need today? Taylor Brown shares his take on how we could grow and thrive once again.
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.
Why do Anglicans do all those strange things they do? Winfield Bevins explains the significance of liturgy in the Anglican Church.
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.
What message are we missing when we celebrate Pentecost? Izzie Zimmerman shares how the ordinary work of the Holy Spirit in the church is more extra-ordinary than we may realize.