Worship, prayer, and liturgy for Sunday, October 4, 2020.
Originally given to the Church by Ignatius of Loyola in 1548, the Examen is a simple method of prayer is still used by millions of Christians around the world as a powerful way to connect with God. Through a few…
We continue in Acts four to see how the early church approaches all that they share in their common life together. How can we learn from this new family of Jesus and the way they take seriously the call to be a blessing to the whole world?
Using guidance from Bishop Todd Hunter, we explore current issues facing Christians, including division, partisan politics, social media, heated rhetoric, covid-19, and how to stay sane in these challenging times.
Acts 2 provides unique insight into the deep rhythm of spiritual practices that sustained the life of the early church. How did followers of The Way practice that way? And what byproducts of their practice were God's work?
The path of being sent to all the world goes through the home of our enemies.