Passing Through the Waters

This is the fourth and final part of a series. Part one, part two, part three. By David Ney When you pass through the waters, I will be with you. — Isaiah 43:2 There are two cups in Scripture. There is, o... Read More...

My Marian Testimony

By Leander Harding I grew up in the pre-Vatican II Roman Catholic Church. I served as an altar boy at the early morning weekday Masses which were still in Latin. When I was a 12-year-old Boy Scout I made a f... Read More...

Leaving and Cleaving: Purity and Power

By Amber D. Noel As a Pentecostal-turned-Anglican, with some traditions in between, I’m someone who has lived in many church worlds, and I enjoy building bridges across contexts. But working in an Episcopal ... Read More...

Leaving Ourselves Behind

By Nick Comiskey Every ministry context presents unique challenges and opportunities. Here’s mine: I serve as the associate rector of an Anglican (ACNA) church in Austin, TX, a city marked by the density of ... Read More...

The Way of Love: Go

GO CROSS BOUNDARIES, LISTEN DEEPLY, AND LIVE LIKE JESUS Part of a series on The Way of Love. By Jerusalem Greer As Jesus went to the highways and byways, he sends us beyond our circles and comfort, to witn... Read More...

A Time of Plague

Part Three in a series of Lenten meditations. By David Ney Let me fall into the hands of the LORD, for his mercy is very great. — 1 Chronicles 21:13 Where are we? We are here. Here is a time of scatterin... Read More...

On Apocalyptic Mobs

By Mark Perkins  “He who holds to the truth holds to God.” — Romano Guardini A mob is an apocalypse, a conflagration casting fiery light on what was previously in shadow. On August 12, 2017, we watched sc... Read More...