All of us face a situation where things may not turn out the way we hope they will. And regardless of the outcome, our calling as disciples of Jesus Christ bids us to the following perspectives, demeanors, and behaviors.
The following series of essays is an attempt to return the Anglican Church of Canada to the scriptural source of our faith.
Whenever I am discouraged and don’t feel like praying, I think of a particular story from the Diocese of the Arctic.
The clergy sexual abuse crisis is not born from a lack of sexual partners, but from disordered sinful desires acted out in predatory ways.
What does the Church have to offer in the face of increasing suicide rates and a rising mental health crisis?
An ordination sermon in the Diocese of the Arctic.
I determined at the outset that Christian teaching must have concrete purchase on the lives of Christian people.
The call from our Lord is to persevere in the face of repeated, persistent, and often agonizing temptation. But it’s important to remember that we’re not called to do this on our own.