Why all the fuss about Discipleship?

The Revd Canon Dr Stephen Spencer 08 April 2019  The Director for Theological Education at the Anglican Communion Office, the Revd Canon Dr Stephen Spencer, unpacks Intentional Discipleship. The Season of Intentional Discipleship is a movement taking hold in many dioceses of the Anglican Communion. A recent report on the movement, Intentional Discipleship and Disciple-Making (ACC 2016), describes … Continue reading “Why all the fuss about Discipleship?”

Ian T. Douglas: Our job is not to keep the church in business

Image courtesy of Episcopal Church in Connecticut FacebookTwitterEmailPrint   The Episcopal bishop of Connecticut says his role is prodding, challenging, inviting and encouraging the faithful to ask the question, “What is God up to in the neighborhood?” Tuesday, December 11, 2018 As bishop of the Episcopal Church in Connecticut, the Rt. Rev. Ian T. Douglas … Continue reading “Ian T. Douglas: Our job is not to keep the church in business”

Collegeville Institute Greats: Henri J. M. Nouwen

Collegeville Institute Greats: Henri J. M. Nouwen December 24, 2017 By Collegeville Institute As we celebrate our 50th Anniversary, Bearings Online is highlighting profiles of persons closely associated with Collegeville Institute’s history—that great cloud of witnesses who have accompanied us since 1967, and will journey with us into the future. Henri J. M. Nouwen was … Continue reading “Collegeville Institute Greats: Henri J. M. Nouwen”

MacDonald calls for discipleship as heart of future Indigenous church

By Tali Folkins August 9, 2018 “To have a church is to have two or three people gathering together in the name of Jesus. And that’s all you need,” National Indigenous Anglican Bishop Mark MacDonald, left, told the Sacred Circle August 8. Also pictured is Sidney Black, Indigenous Bishop for Treaty 7 territory in the … Continue reading “MacDonald calls for discipleship as heart of future Indigenous church”

‘This is a spiritual movement’: Discipleship and self-determination drive upcoming Sacred Circle

‘This is a spiritual movement’: Discipleship and self-determination drive upcoming Sacred Circle By Matt Gardner on July 27, 2018 Facebook Twitter email   On Aug. 6-11, the Ninth Indigenous Anglican Sacred Circle will take place at the University of Northern British Columbia campus in Prince George, B.C. The latest gathering of the national decision-making body … Continue reading “‘This is a spiritual movement’: Discipleship and self-determination drive upcoming Sacred Circle”