Looking for Seeds of the Kingdom

By Kristine Blaess The incredible promise of Christianity is that salvation in all its fullness is coming to all people. Jesus the Messiah has come; the victory has been won. Everything that has gone wrong i... Read More...

The Sign on the Cross

By Jean McCurdy Meade IESVS·NAZARENVS·REX·IVDÆORVM Ἰησοῦς ὁ Ναζωραῖος ὁ βασιλεύς τῶν Ἰουδαίων שוע הנצרי ומלך היהודים. Americans don’t like the idea of a monarchy; we may watch The Crown but we do not want t... Read More...

On Being Other-Worldly

By Joey Royal In 430, as the elderly Augustine lay dying, Vandals were sieging his North African city of Hippo. He spent those final days alone, in prayer, surrounded by the words of penitential psalms written on sheets of paper hanging on the walls of his ... Read More...

Being an Advent People

In Advent, we ready ourselves to receive the kingdom of God, aligning ourselves with its ways and customs here and now, in advance of its arrival.

A theology for Anglican church growth

There is a certain convenience in the assumption that decline is inevitable. Anglican disdain for church growth is ecclesiological palliative care.