We just published Simply Anglican by Winfield Bevins. Winfield graciously agreed to answer some questions about the book’s backstory and what he hopes it will accomplish!
UPDATE: Read our review of this book.
Winfield Bevins has been a part of the team here at Anglican Pastor for a while now. (Click here to read his posts.) We’re excited to announce the publication of his latest book, Ever Ancient, Ever New: The Allure of Liturgy for a New Generation on March 5, 2019.
As somewhat of […]
If you’re just joining us, check out part 1 and part 2 of our ongoing interview with Tish Harrison Warren, Anglican priest, author of Liturgy of the Ordinary: Sacred Practices in Everyday Life, and Writer in Residence at Church of the Ascension in Pittsburgh, PA.
People would like to hear from you about Anglican ecclesiology. What challenges […]
If you’re just joining us, make sure to check out part 1 of our ongoing interview with Tish Harrison Warren, Anglican priest, author of Liturgy of the Ordinary: Sacred Practices in Everyday Life, and Writer in Residence at Church of the Ascension in Pittsburgh, PA.
Below, Tish answers two questions (submitted by readers) regarding women’s ordination. I’d like to […]
Back in 2014, Tish Harrison Warren (then a deacon) interviewed Thomas McKenzie (a priest) in an Anglican Pastor blog series called “Everyday Life of the Ordained.” I thought it might be fun to pay it forward, as it were, and interview Tish, who is now a priest, the author of Liturgy of the Ordinary: Sacred Practices in Everyday […]
Kevin Miller has served as a writer, editor, and director at Christianity Today for nearly three decades. After being ordained and working as an associate at a larger Anglican church, he now serves as the rector of Church of the Savior in Wheaton, Illinois.
The church had been planted a little over a decade before Kevin arrived, and […]
Matt Canlis wasn’t too different from most young ministers at the tail end of seminary. He was full of big ideas for big churches. But unlike most young ministers, he benefited from a mentoring word from Eugene Peterson, who counseled him to put off being swallowed up by the “American Church Machine” and discover a different, older form […]
After the events in Charlottesville in August, I came across an article by Doug Paul of Missio Alliance with a catchy and convicting subtitle: “When a Generation of Church Planters Reach Only White People” In reviewing the book The Creative Class, Paul argues (persuasively) that in creating ‘hip’ church plants, many young pastors may be inadvertently signaling a […]