Understanding Culture to Understand Yourself

Eric Law: Understanding Culture to Understand Yourself Kaleidoscope Institute founder, the Rev. Eric Law, believes that in order to form diverse communities, we must first understand ourselves. The LOGOS Project is a video series presenting global faith leaders offering their expertise on theological, practical and spiritual subjects. These videos are free and available for any … Continue reading “Understanding Culture to Understand Yourself”

The Universal Calling to the Priesthood

Heyward & Cheek: The Universal Calling to the Priesthood “God is not a Christian,” says the Rev. Allison Cheek in this LOGOS talk. She and the Rev. Carter Heyward discuss the idea of vocation as well as a need for a more diverse and inclusive liturgy. Heyward and Cheek were two of the first women … Continue reading “The Universal Calling to the Priesthood”

Ministry in Vancouver, B.C.: Setting the stage for General Synod 2019

English Bay in Vancouver, B.C. Photo by Mike Benna via Unsplash Ministry in Vancouver, B.C.: Setting the stage for General Synod 2019 By Matt Gardner on July 10, 2018 Facebook Twitter email   One year from today, Anglicans from across the country will pour into Vancouver, B.C. for the 42nd General Synod of the Anglican … Continue reading “Ministry in Vancouver, B.C.: Setting the stage for General Synod 2019”

Duke Divinity School dean steps down as diversity struggle continues

August 3, 2018   By: Yonat ShimronYonatShimron The interior of Goodson Chapel at the Duke Divinity School. Photo courtesy Creative Commons    DURHAM, N.C. (RNS) — Duke Divinity School’s first woman dean, Elaine Heath, has stepped down after a brief and rocky two-year tenure marked by student protests and struggles to build diversity on campus. The school … Continue reading “Duke Divinity School dean steps down as diversity struggle continues”