About Andrew Russell

The Rev. Andrew Russell lives and serves with his wife, Anna, in Birmingham, Alabama. In addition to his ministry in the church, he is also on the faculty of a local classical Christian school, where he teaches English and Bible.

An Introduction to The Daily Office Podcast

Finding time for prayer can be really difficult. I’m an Anglican priest (which means I pray for a living, right?), and I know that as well as anybody. It feels like, as our culture of work takes over our lives more and more, we have to fight tooth and nail to spend time with the Lord in Scripture and prayer.

But […]

REVIEW: “We Give Our Thanks Unto Thee: Essays in Memory of Fr. Alexander Schmemann,” edited by Porter C. Taylor

How should the Church relate to the world?

Is our primary relationship one of acceptance or rejection, engagement or retreat, affection or animosity? Is it appropriate for ordained clergy to engage in local or national politics, even from the pulpit? How exactly are we to think of this world, this beautiful gift and fallen mess which we are “in,” but not […]

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