Leadership

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

TLC Podcast – Leading a Three Stream Anglican Service

Rev Allen Hughes discusses Leading a Three Stream Anglican Service with Bishop Philip Jones from the Anglican Mission and All Saints Dallas.

The Role of Deacon: A Call to Servanthood

When does the call to believe and follow Christ happen? In childhood? In the midst of a traumatic event? At the time of transition? Yes, yes, yes. It happens to each person uniquely and can come at any time, in the midst of any situation.

From the Lead Bishop: Becoming a Voice of Hope

Lead Bishop of AMiA, Philip Jones, discusses the need for each church to have a conversation about racism.

What is an Anglican?

An Anglican is someone who loves Jesus. They're someone who, wanting to live under Jesus’s lordship, searches the Scriptures to learn how to live that life.

Coffee With a Friend: Jay+ Wright, Part 2

[Read Part 1 ] On July 1, 2018 All Saints Dallas East became St. Bartholomew’s. We followed up with Jay+ Wright, rector of this newly independent church, to hear how God has been working at St. Bartholomew’s as they take this significant step, and what Jay+ sees in the years to come. Congratulations! What was…

Coffee With a Friend: Jay+ Wright, Part 1

Here's the exciting thing: watching our people take ownership. They're stepping up and seeing the need. They’re hearing the call from God, and watching God make all of this happen.

Don’t Do Ministry Alone

From Clergy Retreat 2018

Coaching: A Help to Get Unstuck

Thankfully, it has been a pattern in my life that God will put people in my path who invest in me. People who are willing to invest their time in seeing me and other leaders develop. So when I came across the opportunity to receive coaching in ministry, that seemed like a logical next step.

Isolation Processing

The Christian life is embedded in the cross. The ashes are imposed upon us making the sign of the cross on our forehead. It is a reminder that yes, we will die and return to dust, but that is not the last word.