The October 31 World Mission issue of The Living Church is available online to registered subscribers.
In our cover story, Jesse Masai reports that a famine in Madagascar has prompted Anglican leaders to call for greater efforts to combat climate change.
In News, Kirk Petersen laments that “ASA is never going to be the same.” In another article, he describes how the three dioceses in Wisconsin are actively considering a merger.
An evangelism conference in a church in the mountains of Vermont provides a model for sharing “the Jesus pie” with a hungry world, and Charles Hoffacker has the story.
Robyn Douglass explores the Anglican cathedral at the center of south Australia’s “City of Churches,” and Dennis Raverty admires the religious paintings of Edwin Howland Blashfield.
In Ethics, David Marshall encourages Christian engagement with Muslims.
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- Pandemic Skew Parochial Report Data
By Kirk Petersen
- Unlocking God’s Grace and Hope: An Episcopal
Conference on Evangelism | By Charles Hoffacker
- Famine in Madagascar Sparks Calls
for Environmental Stewardship | By Jesse Masai
- CORNERSTONES: St. Peter’s Cathedral, Adelaide
By Robyn Douglass
- Blashfield’s Forbidden Garden
By Dennis Raverty
- Intelligence, Humility, Confidence: Towards an
Agenda for Christian Engagement with Muslims
By David Marshall
- Climate, Catastrophe, and Faith
Review by Mark Koevering
- Words for a Dying World | Review by Joseph Wandera
- World Christianity and Indigenous Experience
Review by Grant LeMarquand
- John the Theologian and His Paschal Gospel
Review by Paul D. Wheatley
- People & Places.
- Sunday’s Readings