Day: January 6, 2014

My “discipleship” problem

A small confession: I am not sure what the word discipleship means. It is a word used frequently by people whom I know and respect, but I don’t quite know how I am supposed to respond to it. When I hear that I am going to “be discipled” –the word sounds like disciplined– I am […]

Do we need to rethink Sunday morning?

Do liturgical churches need to rethink their approach to Sunday morning worship? I’m asking this question in part because of an essay by Lutheran pastor I wrote about on Saturday, in part because of a comment on that essay from the Rev Gary Manning (which is reprinted below) and in part because if people stop […]

Too Easy for You

Monday, January 6, 2014 – Feast of the Epiphany [Go to Mission St Clare for an online version of the Daily Office including today’s scripture readings.] Today’s Readings for the Daily Office: Psalms 46, 97 (morning) // 96, 100 (evening) Isaiah 49:1-7 Revelation 21:22-27 Matthew 12:14-21 The start of a new calendar year is a […]