From One Jesus Revolution to Another: An Anglican Journey

Posted on January 26, 2024

The Faith Once Delivered to Me I grew up in a church affiliated with Calvary Chapel, a denomination that directly originated from the Jesus Movement. The Jesus Movement was a revival that spread throughout the world during the sixties and seventies, and it had a particularly strong influence among the counter-cultural youth on the West…

Finding a Fuller Table in Anglicanism

Posted on April 6, 2021

“A meal tastes best when you’re hungry.”  It’s such an obvious truth, and one that my parish priest has been fond of repeating during the season of Lent. It explains why Anglicans traditionally fast in the days leading up to Easter. And it also, I think, captures a lot about my recent journey into Anglican…

The Long Way Home: Dwelling in the Anglican Way

Posted on May 2, 2018

My “Anglican story” is intimately tied to the desire to be firmly anchored in the tradition it represents and the calling to establish more churches in that same tradition. A few years ago, my wife and I joined the Anglican Church in North America through confirmation. This is intriguing because, at that time, I was…