Just before All Souls day, I sent out a notice for names of the deceased for which to pray. It has been the tradition of all my previous cures to pray for those who have died before us on All Souls, and I assumed it was here at St. Peter and St. Paul's. We have had some very good questions asked about this practice, and I write to hopefully clarify the theology behind this practice. Please realize that this is not mandatory belief in the Anglican Church, it is the result of my study and prayer as a priest....Keep Reading
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We can often wonder, "are we walking God's path, or our own"? God's covenants clearly show us the pathway to Him....Keep Reading
What is the most difficult thing about being a Christian? Maybe one of the ten commandments? Thou shalt not lie, even when a lie may help you, and help the one you lied to? Couples have brought this to a whole new level! Though it is hard to be honest, even in the face of brutal honesty, this is not the toughest part of being a Christian. Love your enemies, those who differ from you; now this is the hardest part of Christianity!...Keep Reading
This is my big box of change. As I write this article, I write it to two congregations. One that is losing a priest that they have known for over a decade, and one that is about to receive a priest that they probably don't know much about at all. Change faces both congregations....Keep Reading
Bishop Daniel Martins wrote this piece on the very day that Bishop Jake Owensby put up his "Eight Things to Know About the Bible" at Pelican Anglican. Perhaps we are seeing signs of the renewal of a writing episcopate. If so, thanks be to God....Keep Reading