Announcing a New Blog Series about Bi-Vocational Ministry

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Admittedly, social media is usually a dumpster fire of outrage. However, on rare days, Twitter can help foster meaningful connections! (It’s even rarer on Facebook, just saying.)

June 01, 2018 was one such rare day. I posted the following Tweet:

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Rookie Anglican update: I’m attempting to clarify our vision/purpose, vis-a-vis @Anglican_Pastor and LeaderWorks (led by @DHRoseberry and @KolbyKerr). Stay tuned for more exciting Anglican stuff in the days ahead!

— Rookie Anglican (@rookieanglican) June 1, 2018

I then received the following replies from Fr. Phillip Wilson:

I wonder what could be done for conversations around resources for bivocational Anglican clergy. If there’s a need, I’ll be willing to help.

— Phillip Wilson+ (@philliprwilson) June 1, 2018

I have been at it for four years now. Not saying I have it perfectly down but have a good handle. Would love to help strategize on content.

— Phillip Wilson+ (@philliprwilson) June 1, 2018

A big one that I had to learn was balance. Then how it becomes DNA of the church. Next is time management and then talk about job vs career.

— Phillip Wilson+ (@philliprwilson) June 1, 2018

Bi-Vocational Ministry Blog Series Will Start on Monday

Today, I’m happy to announce that we’re moving forward with this idea! Starting next week, on Monday, you’ll be able to read Fr. Phillip’s introductory post on “Connecting the Secular and the Sacred.”

We’d Love to Hear from You!

In the meantime, if you have any questions that you’d like Fr. Phillip (or others) to address about bi-vocational ministry, please ask them in the comments below!

Published on

June 14, 2018

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Joshua Steele

Josh Steele was the first Managing Editor of Anglican Compass. Learn more about him at joshuapsteele.com.

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