The Way of Love: Turn

Part of a series on The Way of Love. Other previous entries are available here. By Charlie Clauss Presiding Bishop Curry should be applauded for his work to bring the Episcopal Church the program, The Way... Read More...

St. John the Seer and Opened Eyes

By Charlie Clauss Some years ago I went to renew my driver’s license and discovered I was legally blind in one eye. Fortunately I could see well enough in the other eye to get the renewal, but it meant a tri... Read More...

A Pointer to Discipleship

By Charlie Clauss The collects are a treasure of Anglican worship. Many people will know the refrain “Read, learn, mark, and inwardly digest” from the collect that always occurs on the second-to-last Sunday ... Read More...

No Singing

By Charlie Clauss As many of us emerge from shelter-at-home orders, churches have begun planning for in-person congregational worship. This is welcome news! The gathering of God’s people for worship is a gre... Read More...

A Plea to the Preacher

This post continues a series of essays on preaching from the perspective of lay people. Previous entries may be found here. By Charlie Clauss I am thankful for the men and women called to pastor parishes ... Read More...

Dogs, Easter, and New Creation

By Charlie Clauss There is one species on our planet that seems to be benefiting from Covid-19 stay-at-home orders: dogs. There are more dogs out on walks, it seems, than ever before. Many animal rescue orga... Read More...

A Crisis in Discipleship

It is not just the case that Jesus has provided an example of how we should live. His life, death, and resurrection have provided much more.