Christians of all denominations unite around the world to pray “Thy Kingdom Come”

Posted on: May 29, 2019 Pope Francis delivers a message for the Thy Kingdom Come global wave of prayer. Photo Credit: Thy Kingdom Come Christians around the world are preparing to pray individually, in churches, in ecumenical gatherings and in large-scale beacon events, as part of this year’s Thy Kingdom Come global wave of prayer. … Continue reading “Christians of all denominations unite around the world to pray “Thy Kingdom Come””

Glimpses of wisdom and grace while serving at the national church level

  By Susan Little via The Niagara Anglican The Council of General Synod (CoGS) began with the conclusion of General Synod 2016 in Toronto and ends in Vancouver this summer.  CoGS carries on the work between General Synods.  I was privileged to serve throughout this three-year span (2016-2019), called “The Triennium”. Listening and discerning God’s … Continue reading “Glimpses of wisdom and grace while serving at the national church level”

The church that provides water to the community

By The Revd John Kafwanka 22 March 2019 The Anglican Communion’s Director for Mission, the Revd Canon John Kafwanka, reflects on his recent visit to the Iglesia Episcopal de Cuba – the Episcopal Church of Cuba. Many Anglicans and Episcopalians know about Cuba, and know it as a Communist country; but I don’t think many … Continue reading “The church that provides water to the community”

The three phases of launching a church-based social enterprise

Bigstock / Makc By Matt Overton Associate pastor, Columbia Presbyterian Church, Vancouver, Washington FacebookTwitterEmailPrint A youth pastor who began a church-based social enterprise shares advice for others interested in this kind of ministry. The three initial phases are discernment, consulting with the community and testing. Tuesday, June 13, 2017 Starting a Christian social enterprise is difficult … Continue reading “The three phases of launching a church-based social enterprise”

Lessons from mission

By Canon Philip Mounstephen 28 November 2018 The Executive Leader of Church Mission Society, the Revd Canon Philip Mounstephen, reflects on lessons learned from mission on the eve of his consecration on Friday (30 November) as Bishop of the Church of England’s Diocese of Truro. It’s almost six years to the day since I was … Continue reading “Lessons from mission”