"The saying is trustworthy: If anyone aspires to the office of overseer, he desires a noble task." 1 Timothy 3:1
Why Anglican? Part 1
By +Philip Jones | | Anglicanism, Leadership | Anglicanism, Winter Conference 2016
Winter Conference 2016 Winter Conference 2016
Developing Healthy Leaders
By +Philip Jones | | Leadership | Anglicanism, Winter Conference 2017
+Philip Jones, Winter Conference 2017
Two Things You Should Know About Planting an Anglican Church
By Guest | | Church Planting, Leadership | Anglicanism, Text, three streams
God is on the move in our generation, and in His sovereign will has allowed The Mission to serve a significant role in helping the cynical, worn-out and despairing among us—providing a place for the lost to find profound meaning and life in the shadow of God's Word, the mystery of the Sacraments and the presence of the Holy Spirit.
Understanding Your Calling
By Guest | | Leadership, Spiritual Growth | Anglicanism, Genesis 3:1-2, relationships, Text, vocation
Our vocation is first of all the arena in which God mentors us into discovering who we are—which means Christ in us, the hope of glory. Our vocation is the arena by which He is shaping us to be an eternal splendor.
A Must-Read for Every Aspiring Pastor
By Guest | | Leadership | book review, Ministry resources, Text
In a review of The Christian Priest Today, Nathan+ Hale of Desert Mission Anglican Church reveals why this classic tome has remained pertinent for decades—and why you should pick it up today.
Coherence: Who I Truly Am
By Guest | | Leadership, Spiritual Growth | Personal experience, Text
Do you ever struggle lining up who you actually are with who you—and others—say you are? Patrick Schlabs of St. Peter's Church shares what he's learned about personal coherence and the role of grace in our identity as believers.
Don’t Waste a Crisis: Processing the Unwanted
By Guest | | Leadership, Spiritual Growth | crises, help, Text
It is inevitable (at some point) that questions related to the “why” of the unwanted pain and circumstances will confront issues of sovereignty and God’s right to be God. When it/they do, those moments sometimes become defining moments where God shapes character.
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