We have resources for both public and private prayer in the midst of this crisis. Our Lord taught us to pray, in the time of trial, for deliverance from evil.
The aim of the Jesus Prayer is union with God.
There is an evangelical basis for Christian education, as a lively pursuit of God himself: faith (and hope and love) seeking understanding, with an emphasis on the means of grace as God’s instruments of formation. In other words, we are called to continual conversion.
Renie Choy’s recent book is an invaluable resource to anyone wondering how early medieval monks spent their time or understood their mission in the world.
Whenever I am discouraged and don’t feel like praying, I think of a particular story from the Diocese of the Arctic.
The Power of Silence will make you uncomfortable with your prayer habits, or lack thereof, and may well convince those who are unsure of the need for contemplation and silence.
All I knew about the Anglicans was what Wikipedia had told me on the day before I applied.
We hope that this memorial can contribute in some way to the staking out of a broad and comprehensive orthodoxy, clear principles to guide part of our shared future.