Learning to Preach from G. Campbell Morgan (Preachers of the Past, pt. 4)

This is part 4 of “Preachers of the Past,” a series where we discuss four distinct preachers from the past, ranging from 347 A.D. to 1945.  We’ve included detailed preaching points for study and discussion towards the bottom of this post. Some Background on G. Campbell Morgan (1863-1945) Campbell Morgan was the son of a Baptist minister, and his home [...]

By |2019-04-05T12:42:40-05:00April 8th, 2019|Categories: For Pastors, Preaching|Tags: , |0 Comments

Learning to Preach from Phillips Brooks (Preachers of the Past, pt. 3)

This is part 3 of “Preachers of the Past,” a series where we discuss four distinct preachers from the past, ranging from 347 A.D. to 1945.  We’ve included detailed preaching points for study and discussion towards the bottom of this post. Some background on Phillips Brooks (1835-1893) Phillips Brooks was an American Episcopal minister, and bishop of Massachusetts. The son [...]

By |2019-04-03T16:13:13-05:00April 1st, 2019|Categories: For Pastors, Preaching|Tags: , |0 Comments

Learning to Preach from Martin Luther (Preachers of the Past, pt. 2)

This is part 2 of "Preachers of the Past," a series where we discuss four distinct preachers from the past, ranging from 347 A.D. to 1945. We’ve included detailed preaching points for study and discussion towards the bottom of this post. Some background on Martin Luther (1483-1546) Luther was the father of the Protestant reformation who would later be called [...]

By |2019-03-24T12:01:50-05:00March 25th, 2019|Categories: For Pastors, Preaching|Tags: , , , |0 Comments

Learning to Preach from John Chrysostom (Preachers of the Past, pt. 1)

This is part 1 of "Preachers of the Past," a series where we discuss four distinct preachers from the past, ranging from 347 A.D. to 1945. We’ve included detailed preaching points for study and discussion towards the bottom of this post. Some Background on John Chrysostom (A.D. 347–407) John was born in Antioch to a wealthy family around 347 or [...]

By |2019-03-24T11:53:41-05:00March 18th, 2019|Categories: For Pastors, Preaching|Tags: , , |1 Comment

Schism, Revival, and Alphabet Soup: The Anglican Communion Today – by Hunter Van Wagenen

This post is a part of Rookie Anglican, a blog dedicated to Making Anglicanism Accessible. One of the things that makes explaining Anglicanism so hard for North Americans is the fact that there are so many different groups with so many different names (and accompanying acronyms) and histories. Why is there an ACNA (or is it AMiA?) when there’s already [...]

By |2019-01-08T17:06:46-06:00February 23rd, 2017|Categories: Anglicanism, History|Tags: , |4 Comments

Ancient Anglican Evangelism

There is a perception that Anglicans in North America don't have our own history of evangelism. Or at least not one that comes from within our own tradition. Not true! The church in England began by a powerful evangelistic mission that followed Jesus' commands in Luke's Gospel. So the Anglican tradition has within itself a powerful story of evangelism and [...]

By |2019-01-08T17:06:52-06:00July 21st, 2016|Categories: Anglicanism, History|Tags: , , , |6 Comments

What is All Saints Day?

Knowing Our Family We've always been curious about our ancestors, to know where we came from and who we are. We've also wanted to gain wisdom from the experience of the past, both successes and failures. And we've desired communion and reunion of some sort. I know of a family that discovered an brother/uncle that no one knew about until he [...]

By |2019-01-08T17:06:55-06:00October 30th, 2015|Categories: Anglicanism, Church Year, History|Tags: , , , , |3 Comments
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