Tag: evangelism

The Herald Podcast with Professor Bob Prichard

Listen in as The Rev. Shannon Preston chases down Professor Bob Prichard for an interview on the run to talk about the history of revivals in the Anglican experience.  Excuse the background noise.  The interview is worth it.

The Herald Podcast with Canon Stephanie Spellers and The Rev. Becky Zartman

Listen in as The Rev. Canon Stephanie Spellers, Canon for Evangelism, Reconciliation and Creation Care to the Presiding Bishop and The Rev. Becky Zartman, Episcopal Missioner to Georgetown University, share about the Way of Love and its roots.

Letting our ‘Yes’ be ‘Yes’: Support for Church Planting

Today, A005 will come through the House of Deputies on the Consent Calendar. Will we truly say ‘yes’ to the work it calls us to do?

Marketing is Not Evangelism: Part II

Today, we continue our series on the tools of evangelism as a people who have a story and who are formed around a table.

Insights into Evangelism: Episcopal Veterans Fellowship

Evangelism in the veteran community begins with trust.

Marketing is not Evangelism: Part I

When I ask people about evangelism, I tend to hear the following: Evangelism is inviting people to church. Evangelism is done through marketing … it might also be done by starting a Facebook page. These answers betray a confusion between the Message and the messenger.

If Jesus Googled himself, what would he find?

Whether Jesus is busy Googling himself or not, the internet is the way most of us find information these days. So, how do we connect to seekers who do not know that the Episcopal Church welcomes them?