Is Our Gratitude Alone Enough?

By Calvin Lane Everyone here is just more than contented to be  living and dying in three quarter time. Jimmy Buffet, “Nautical Wheelers” Through bleary eyes, the addict recognizes the wounds he has inflicte... 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 of the church year. Many collects have powerful wo... Read More...

Grace and Social Justice

By Molly Jane Layton “Cheap grace is the deadly enemy of our Church.” So begins Dietrich Bonhoeffer’s compelling book The Cost of Discipleship, written as he grappled with the reality of the German Church’s ... Read More...

God’s Amazing Grace

By Bryan Owen Amazing grace! How sweet the sound, that saved a wretch like me! I once was lost but now am found, was blind but now I see. Even in our increasingly secular age, it might be difficult to fi... Read More...

The Grace of Being Seen

By Paul Kolbet A lot of us are feeling unhappy right now. There is nothing wrong with that. Being happy during a pandemic may not be a thing. If you are unhappy, it is probably because one of your human need... Read More...