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Desperately Needing to Be Heard

Recently I attended a healing prayer conference in Dallas that featured one of the founders of Christian Healing Ministries, Judith MacNutt. Her late husband,...

How St. Paul’s Example Guides Me in Mumias, Kenya

For a recent international day of peace, Anglican Development Services, Western Region, invited me to share some thoughts on fostering interfaith dialogue for global...

Six Lessons for a New Pandemic Rector

By Clint Wilson I arrived in my parish five weeks before the pandemic hit Louisville, Ky. Is this what it felt like to start as a...

The Distance of the Performer

By Rob Price I attended a clergy conference several years ago in which a judicatory official gave a presentation on how he planned to respond to...

Islam, Worldview, and the Deep Questions of Life

Invest time in personal relationships with non-Christians. The Enlightenment was fundamentally mistaken in supposing that reason is the key driver of history and human decisions. It is not.

Why some evangelism peters out: Suggesting solutions

True movements of the Spirit of God in Christian history were never the result of the concurrence of a committee.

Why some evangelism peters out: The negatives

I believe that our Church has, at long last, awakened to the need for evangelism.

The sharpening joy of motherhood

Every relationship invites us into new sharpening from God.

Two concrete steps for the new Oxford Movement

We know that we want to build Christ-filled relationships, and we know that our faith calls us to try to build just communities with those suffering from oppression. But it can be hard to figure out how to go about doing these things.

Driving while black: On transformative police encounters

We need to have a national conversation about the treatment of African Americans at the hands of the police.


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