As a part of our "rearview mirror" series, we asked worship director Marty Reardon to share his church's Order of Worship from Pentecost. Use...
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.
Rev. Dr. Tory Baucum, Rector of Truro Church in Fairfax, Virginia, and one of the Six Preachers of Canterbury Cathedral, shares what Anglicanism is and what church life looks like.
http://youtu.be/glDJABIBSn0 We sat down with Archbishop Robert Duncan of the Anglican Church in North America (ACNA) and discussed things such as the church, culture, and...
Even those of us who worship in a congregation that observes Lent may need to be reminded of what it means. Winfield Bevins shares the deeper meaning of Lent and provides 10 helpful tips on how to walk through it in a way that will lead to growing faith.
What does evangelicalism need today? Taylor Brown shares his take on how we could grow and thrive once again.
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.
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.
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.
What is the term, Communion Sunday, all about? Why do we use it? Jason Nelson gives 10 great reasons why we should ditch it altogether, as well as a prescription for encountering a unique kind of grace each week.