Greg Jeffers

Greg Jeffers

Writer

Greg Jeffers is a member of Restoration Anglican Church in Richardson, TX. He serves in the Department of Theology at the Covenant School of Dallas, where he teaches high school courses on Ethics and Rhetoric. He holds a B.A. in English & Biblical Theology as well as an M.A. in English, all from Abilene Christian University. He is currently working on an M.A. in Philosophy from Holy Apostles College & Seminary. He is married to Amanda (a nurse) and has three daughters, Ellie (8), Catherine (7), and Charley (4). He blogs at gcjeffers.com and can be found on Instagram @gcjeffers.

The Didache: How to Worship

Posted on May 3, 2023
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One of the texts I teach to my high school juniors in my Christian Ethics class is the ancient work known as the Didache (which means “teaching”). It is one of the oldest Christian writings in existence outside of the New Testament and was used for many centuries as a manual of instruction for new…

The Didache, Part I: Way of Life, Way of Death

Posted on March 29, 2023
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One of the primary emphases of the Christian Ethics course I teach to high school juniors is that the Christian life is a way of life, not a set of propositions. As the ACNA’s catechism, To Be A Christian, puts it in Question 361: Does God’s forgiveness excuse you from personal obedience? No. God has reconciled…

A Teacher Finds the Anglican Way

Posted on November 18, 2022
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As a teacher of theology in an ecumenical Christian school, Anglican Compass has been helpful to my own faith, in explaining the faith to my students, and as a resource for our weekly service of morning prayer. A Compass for Our Family My own personal journey, and the journey of my family into the Anglican…