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Jan. 3 TLC Now Online

The Jan. 3 edition of The Living Church is available online to registered subscribers.

This issue of TLC features a discussion of “The Future of Ministry in the Episcopal Church.”

Three young scholars — Jason A. Fout, Donyelle McCray, and Wesley Hill — discussed the topic Oct. 12 during the Archbishop of Canterbury’s visit to Virginia Theological Seminary.

TLC editor Christopher Wells moderated the discussion. We are pleased to publish their texts in our pages.

Bishop Curry Suspends Executives

Addicts on the Doorstep | By G. Jeffrey MacDonald

Nine Tips for Teaching Children | By Elisabeth Rain Kincaid

Mrs. Truax Shaped My Soul | By Mark Michael

Find Your Diocese’s Style | By David H. Johnson

The Future of Ministry in the Episcopal Church
Three Perspectives from Young Scholars
By Jason A. Fout, Donyelle McCray, and Wesley Hill

Logos Bible Software:
The Evolution of a Digital Library
Review by Michael Cover

A Pricey but Welcome Step Review | By Jonathan Mitchican

Your Living Compass | Review by Bruce Robison

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