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Live stream the Pittsburgh Revival Eucharist services with Presiding Bishop Curry Saturday & Sunday

The Presiding Bishop, the Most Revd Michael Curry, is in Pittsburgh PA attending the Episcopal Revival announced earlier for that city, The Presiding Bishop’s Pilgrimage for Reconciliation, Healing and Evangelism in Southwestern Pennsylvania. The revival is 3-5 FEB. There are two Eucharists which you can receive as live audio streams by visiting WMCK.FM, with your internet browser.

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On “Jesus Movements”: Claiming our Way of Being Christian

In fact, part of what drew me back to active involvement in Church was the way I experienced, in one of my evangelical friends, a person who clearly lived into and took great joy in an ongoing, prayerful relationship with Jesus. Just being in her presence was transformative. We differed theologically on a lot of things but there was a core experience that attracted me

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How can you describe your faith without listing the things you aren’t?

Writing on her blog, Maggie Nancarrow explores the challenge that some politically progressive Christians have in defining their faith. She describes the negative definition (“I’m a Christian but not the type of Christian that x….“) as a trap which helps define one type of Christianity as the ‘default’ or ‘normal’, before invoking new Presiding Bishop Michael Curry and his references to the ‘Jesus movement’.

From the blog:

And “War on Christmas” Christianity is not normative–it is not the true Jesus movement, it is not our […]

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The Presiding Bishop and the Jesus Movement

On his first full day in office, the Most Reverend Michael Curry released a video introducing his vision for the Episcopal Church.

Now is our time to go.  To go into the world to share the good news of God and Jesus Christ.  To go into the world and help to be agents and instruments of God’s reconciliation.  To go into the world, let the world know that there is a God who loves us, a God who will not let […]

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