"The saying is trustworthy: If anyone aspires to the office of overseer, he desires a noble task." 1 Timothy 3:1

Windsor Naething: Answering Her Call to Ministry

By Jeff LeMaster When Windsor Naething was ordained as a deacon at Grace Northridge in San Antonio on January 27, 2024, the occasion marked the conclusion of a journey that began many years ago. But it also represented the beginning of a new chapter of ministry. And in some ways it felt like the natural…

Ryland+ Brown: Serving With a Global and Historical Perspective

“Everybody is able to minister within the church, but you’re set apart for a specific function within the life of the church.” That’s how Ryland+ Brown describes the role of priest in the AMiA. And though his path to priesthood involved discovering a new global and historical perspective of his faith, he’s quick to emphasize,…

+Robert Cook: Coming Alongside as Bishop

“I love people,” says +Robert Cook. “I love seeing people come alive and be who God’s made them to be in the midst of all the challenges.” And in his role of bishop in the AMiA, he does just that. +Robert grew up as an Episcopalian and was familiar with the liturgy from an early…

Seal Team Navy Chaplain: A day in the life

I ask each person whom I encounter how I can specifically pray for them, and about 90% are open to receiving prayer. Those interactions springboard into deeper spiritual conversations.

Military Chaplains: On Mission

Our military chaplains are on mission, although in a context and with challenges that are very different than those faced in the local church. But it’s because they are on mission that we as a mission society send them, and it’s why the Anglican Mission has always seen military chaplaincy as an important part of how we are collectively called to live this mission together.

The Cure of Souls: Theory of Change in Christian Ministry

Focuses on how theology shapes and forms Christian ministry.

Church Planting: Boundaries, Balance, Rest

Rev. Dr. Jay Wright shares insights into Church Planting.

The Good Soil: Reclaiming the Lost Art of Discipleship

Allen+ Hughes of AMiA and author of The Good Soil is interviewed by Dustin+ Messer of All Saints Dallas about the book and the process of discipleship.

Stewardship in COVID-19

God has been preparing all of us for this season. No matter what is going on with the world, we are sons and daughters of the King, called to joyfully steward his Church and call all people to his Kingdom of grace and love. And he has given us all we need to not only do this work but to thrive!

TLC Podcast – Anglican Theology

Rev. Allen Hughes discusses Anglican Theology with Rev. Jason Radcliff.  They cover understanding the gospel through the Anglican tradition, how it’s lived out and why it’s important. Jason+ Radcliff is Head of School at Augustine Classical Academy in Upstate New York. He is the author of “Thomas F. Torrance and the Church Fathers” (2014), “Thomas…