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Why Christians Should Honor Memorial Day

Civil Religion? Memorial Day is a date on the civil calendar when the nation can (and should) honor the men and women who died in battle on behalf of our nation. The weekend has come to signify things of far less significance: the opening of the public pool, the start of summer, the firing up of [...]

What Happens to Donald Trump’s Prayer

I was filled with memories and hope when I saw our President and the Prime Minister of Israel walking together. They both seems happy...or happier that I have seen the Prime Minister and a US President in a long time. God only knows what will come of it...and what will come of the prayer that [...]

Pastors & Presidents Walk in His Steps

The images from the President's trip to the Holy Land brought the memories back...in an instant. Pastors & Presidents walk in His steps. The feel of the Western Wall, the courtyard entrance to the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, and the beautiful and unforgettable Middle-East vistas. It is a remarkable place to which every practicing Christian [...]

By | 2017-05-24T12:02:11+00:00 May 24th, 2017|Pastoral Ministry, Travel|0 Comments

The Reformation Anglicanism Essential Library

Edition ONE Released Bishop Michael Nazir-Ali, The Rev. Dr. Jensen, The Rev. Dr. John Yates, III, Dr. Ashley Null, and Bishop Ben Kwashi--these are the modern day Anglican scholars and bishops that are teaming together to write a 6-volume work on Reformation Anglicanism. The first edition is out (The Reformation Anglicanism Essential Library, Volume 1). [...]

A Moving Experience

There is a great story to be told about Christ Church located in Austin and the leadership decision their 'daughter' church made a few years back. Their decision addressed a great question for all of us today: Is a church an amenity to our lifestyle, or much more?  If it is all about 'location, location, location,' what decision [...]

By | 2017-05-18T09:03:26+00:00 May 18th, 2017|Culture, Interview, MInistry|0 Comments

You’re Not Alone

“I feel so alone” is what we most often hear from Anglicans serving in ministries of justice and mercy. The work is discouraging. Our resources are never enough. Personal lives feel the toll. Our spiritual lives are stretched as we wonder if God is big enough for the suffering we hold each day. The good [...]

Ten Thoughts for the Mother’s Day Sermon

Motherhood is one of the most fundamental human roles, given by God and knit into our DNA. Hallmark’s calendar doesn’t dictate our preaching, but this particular holiday seems worth some attention. Some Mother's Day Sermon tips are listed below and can be developed into whole sermons; others are just words of advice. Use this list to [...]

By | 2017-05-11T08:14:41+00:00 May 10th, 2017|Pastoral Ministry, Preaching|0 Comments

Join Us in Saying “Next Year in Jerusalem.”

Stunning Evening in the Old City Next Year in Jerusalem "Next Year in Jerusalem" is a Jewish phrase with a long and deep history. You can read about it here, but the idea is self-evident.  It represents hope; the unfulfilled hope of the Jews and their desire to rebuild the Temple and make [...]

By | 2017-05-07T22:44:10+00:00 May 9th, 2017|FaithPassage, Travel|0 Comments

How a Tattoo Reveals More than Flesh and Ink?

… we started talking about tattoos and why so many of his generation have them. He explained it to me and showed me his. A few weeks ago I was in the Pittsburgh area doing to work with the Matthew 25 initiative. After one of the interviews, I talked with The Rev. Charles Treichler of [...]

By | 2017-05-02T12:05:29+00:00 May 2nd, 2017|Interview|2 Comments