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Dec
20

TLC 248/1 online

The January 5 edition of The Living Church is available online to registered subscribers.
Sep
10

Clint Wilson

Fr. Clint Wilson discerned a call to ordained ministry through a vibrant local parish that helped him imagine anew the possibilities for what a Kingdom-coming-on-earth kind of community can look like.
Sep
10

Paul Wheatley

Father Paul Wheatley spent his formative years in Denton, Texas. The first 12 years he spent as a Roman Catholic, and the next 12 years were in free-church evangelical Protestantism. After graduation from the University of Texas at Austin, Paul was on staff with Cru [Campus Crusade for Christ] for five years in Central Texas before heading to Athens, Greece, in 2007 for two years of campus ministry with...
Sep
10

Christopher Wells

My faith was nurtured in Grand Rapids, Michigan, in the Christian Reformed Church, a late-nineteenth-century immigrant importation from the Netherlands, and in the Christian schools of that denomination through high school. Our family landed there almost accidentally, as my father and mother were respectively low-church Episcopalian and Lutheran by background (without a drop of Dutch blood between them),...
Sep
10

Craig Uffman

Craig David is a pastor, priest, and teacher serving in The Episcopal Church
Sep
10

John A. Thorpe

The Rev. John A. Thorpe grew up in Oklahoma as a self-proclaimed “Protestant mutt,” becoming an Episcopalian in his teenage years through St. Augustine’s, Tempe, Arizona, and Church of the Good Shepherd in Sapulpa, Oklahoma.
Sep
10

Mac Stewart

Mac Stewart serves as curate at All Souls’ Episcopal Church in Oklahoma City. He was born and raised in Raleigh, North Carolina, and completed a BA in philosophy at UNC-Chapel Hill in 2009.
Sep
10

Dale Rye

I was baptized and confirmed at St. Clement’s in El Paso, Texa in the 1960s. After a BA at Rice University and a JD from UT-Austin, I practiced law in Georgetown (Episcopal Diocese of Texas), just north of Austin, beginning in 1976 (almost 30 years of it as an assistant county attorney).
Sep
10

Bruce Robison

The Rev. Bruce Robison has served as rector of St. Andrew’s Church, Highland Park, in the Episcopal Diocese of Pittsburgh since 1994.
Sep
10

Ephraim Radner

The Rev. Dr. Ephraim Radner is a priest in the Episcopal Church, USA (Diocese of Colorado) and Professor of Historical Theology at Wycliffe College, Toronto, an Anglican seminary affiliated with the University of Toronto.
Sep
10

Sarah Puryear

The Rev. Sarah Kerr serves as associate rector at St. George’s Episcopal Church in Nashville, Tennessee. She grew up in Maine, land of lobsters and L.L. Bean, which she still claims as her home state, but she has lived in the South for so long that “Y’all” has now become part of her vocabulary.
Sep
10

Andrew Petiprin

Andrew Petiprin is a priest of the Diocese of Central Florida and Rector of St. Mary of the Angels Episcopal Church in his hometown of Orlando.
Sep
10

Matthew S.C. Olver

Fr. Matthew S. C. Olver is the Teaching Fellow in Liturgics at Nashotah House Theological Seminary, a doctoral student at Marquette University, and assists at the Cathedral Church of All Saints in Milwaukee, WI. A priest of the Episcopal Diocese of Dallas, he was assistant rector at Church of the Incarnation (Dallas) from 2006-13, , where he oversaw her worship life and adult formation. A graduate of...
Sep
10

Jonathan Mitchican

I am a priest serving in the Episcopal Diocese of Pennsylvania. I blog at The Conciliar Anglican, where I write about classical Anglicanism and answer questions that people have about the faith. I have the rare distinction of believing that Anglicanism actually is something, that it is not just a placeholder but in fact the Catholic faith carried down to us through the centuries by the great saints of the...

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