Tag: Jesus

Insights into Evangelism: Episcopal Veterans Fellowship

Evangelism in the veteran community begins with trust.

Movement Along the Fault Lines

Into the mess of the current world comes the Jesus Movement – a revival of the faithful called in the name of Jesus to a ministry that is loving, liberating and life-giving.  Into the fray comes the General Convention with one goal in mind: to make the church healthier, stronger, and more ready for the work of God in the world.

The Grass is Always Greener

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.

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?

Take It Or Leave It, But Please Leave it

The Church must leave behind our milquetoast preaching of the gospel, our inability to articulate why Jesus matters for us and for the world, and our petty squabbling that only distracts us from the true mission of the Church given to us by our Lord in the Great Commission.

815: Should I Stay or Should I Go?

There’s been a lot of talk about moving The Episcopal Church’s headquarters away from 815, 2nd Ave. in Manhattan. But what factors are driving the decision to stay or to go?

For the Love of the Game: A Look at TREC

Your local country club can teach us about the Taskforce to Reimagine the Episcopal Church and the resistance to its recommendations.