Posts Posts by: "Jordan Trumble"

The Episcopal Diocese of Fort Worth shared the following statement on their website this past week: On Friday, February 8, 2019, the Texas Supreme Court said it would like to consider briefing on the merits before deciding whether to take up the breakaways parties’ petition for review of the Fort Worth Court of Appeals April…(Read More)

The Bishop and Standing Committee of the Episcopal Diocese of Maine released a statement today regarding a complaint against one of the nominees for Bishop, the Rev. Canon Anne Mallonee, who currently serves as Executive Vice President and Chief Ecclesiastical Officer of The Church Pension Group.  Although the complaint was investigated and dismissed, the person…(Read More)

“We’ve been very clear when we first proposed a season of repentance that this is about the biblical admonition that all have sinned and fallen short of the glory of God, and that every one of us has areas in our lives individually, and corporately that require repentance…some of that repentance is around…(Read More)

This past fall, the Anglican Church of Canada’s Diocese of Fredericton offered the six-bedroom residence to use as an overnight shelter for those experiencing homelessness in their city, which is the capital of the province of New Brunswick.  At the time, they estimated that there were 35 people sleeping on the streets in…(Read More)

“Being at Forma has been so fantastic because this was always meant to be a communal resource for formation and evangelism, and that’s been evident here: folks have come up to me beaming with pride because they were one of the project backers, or bubbling with excitement about the ways in which they’re…(Read More)

“Poetry, to be understood, must be clear…It mustn’t be fancy. I have the feeling that a lot of poets writing now, they sort of tap dance through it. I always feel that whatever isn’t necessary should not be in the poem…(Read More)

The Rev. Chuck Treadwell, Search Committee Chair and Rector of St. David’s, Austin, stated, “Each person brings unique gifts and disposition, and each has secular and church experience that makes them qualified to do the work of this particular office…Each would work well with Bishop Andy Doyle and complement the gifts of our…(Read More)

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