As the Church of England grapples with sharp divides over human sexuality, one group is launching an essay series to look at what ‘Good Disagreement’ might look like, how it might hold the church together, and what’s limits may be.
Day: March 1, 2015
The things we choose to indelibly etch on our skin are unique, but carry a commonality in that they often represent the things in our lives that really matter. My tattoos remind me of what’s important to me–my relationship with God–and declare the Good News in a way words just can’t manage.
The Gafcon leadership continues to use the church season to issue letters blasting The Episcopal Church and the Archbishop of Canterbury.
On this day in 1872, we recognized that we all need time in the wilderness, to set ourselves apart. May Lent be such a time, a time not just of giving up some things, but more importantly a time to hallow and consecrate ourselves anew to God.