ECW committee: “There are many more opinions we value — including yours.”
By Clay Lein • It’s not often that you find four new Episcopal congregations planted less than five miles apart.
By Steve Waring • The Episcopal Church is not famous for tent revivals, but its youngest diocese wants to try new approaches.
The UTO’s “important work is not threatened, and [its] programs and grants will continue.”
How could Flat Saints help our congregations engage in mission and ministry … and bring a little fun to our lives?
Review by Jonathan Mitchican
The future of the Church is not to be found in our efforts to make it more relevant or attractive.
Review by Jon Carlson
The annual Burning Man festival in the Nevada desert provides a microcosm through which to contemplate our culture.
By Barbara Gauthier
In the first three years of its existence, the ACNA planted 230 new congregations.
Mission and missionary identity are closer to the spotlight in U.S. presidential politics than they’ve been in a long time.
By George Sumner and Stephen Andrews
There is nothing like a Global South conference to challenge Minority World assumptions about the Majority World.