At the recent march against gun violence, Carolyn Tuft, spoke to a crowd of Episcopal march participants about the day the gunman shot and forever injured her. Her point was simple, no one wants to bury another child, nobody wants another mass shooting.
We are no closer to being a black church or even a non-white church at the denominational level than we were last week. We are never completely ready to break with the discriminatory past.
At the end of the day – if structural changes are a giant disaster, if every single new church plant fails, if digital discipleship is a flop – God will still be with us. Our Lord’s resurrection is not contingent upon our success or failure as a Church.
Susan Kennard, who is serving on the World Missions Committee for General Convention, shares some of the stories of our Anglican brothers and sisters from around the world.