A liturgy makes it easier to pray with others, and to pray with the church—past, present, and future. Liturgical prayers are not the only kind, but there is something special about them. These prayers can be etched on your heart, taught to your children, and remembered at the close of life. For Anglicans, these prayers are found in […]
Did you know about the online calendar of Sunday Lessons and Collects? Our founder, Greg Goebel, has created an easy to use Lectionary calendar for free!
You can subscribe to it and see the name of each Sunday, and all Feast days in the BCP 2019 Sunday and Feast Day lectionary. That way you can […]
We recently hosted a roundtable discussion on race, justice, and social unrest. Over 300 people attended the webinar live, and the recording is now available for those who were not able to join us in real-time!
Archbishop Foley Beach has called the Anglican Church in North America to join him in prayer and fasting from Wednesday, June 3 to […]
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Archbishop Foley Beach has called the Anglican Church in North America to join him in prayer and fasting from […]
In honor of the 25th anniversary of the founding of Anglican Frontier Missions, AFM founder, The Rev. Canon Tad de Bordenave, oversaw the compilation and editing of 17 chapters that make up AFM’s 25th anniversary book, Shadows from Light Unapproachable.
Providing a holistic if not exhaustive look at frontier missions and an Anglican approach to world evangelization, this book […]
This guest post was provided by Kentucky teacher Heather M. Morgan, who is a member of St. Peter’s Anglican Church, Frankfort, Kentucky. Many Kentucky teachers have been protesting low wages and inadequate funding. St. Peter’s sits adjacent to the Kentucky state Capitol.
St. Peter’s Anglican Church in Frankfort, KY has always been keenly aware of our location, just […]
Our founder and editor, Greg Goebel, has been working for months with the good folks at Seedbed.com to help create an Anglican Collective. Seedbed is a creative media platform whose mission is to “gather, connect, and resource the people of God to sow for a great awakening.” This Collective is the brainchild of Winfield Bevins, along with J.D. Walt.
Recently the […]
Guest post by Canon Don Shepson, Associate Professor of Youth & Family, Montreat College
My first experience with the game Pokémon Go! came over the past summer, about a week after the game was launched. I found myself reading a news article about it on vacation at a state park while my family swam in the lake. As I downloaded and opened the […]
from a priest’s wife…published anonymously…
“So,” they ask, “what is it like to be the pastor’s wife?”
I usually smile and say something super-spiritual like, “It’s like a front row seat to the Work of God in people’s lives.” Yep, sounds good. Because, honestly, do you really want to know? That might take some more time.
Our family has few dinners together when the […]