I hand wrote tonight’s sermon outline. I must say, it was a pretty good process. We’ll see how well it supports delivery here in a few hours.

Sometimes I fantasize about a serious, orthodox, Christian services and publishing house run by Anglicans, Lutherans, and Presbyterians. Would be so cool!

May They All Be One endnote 4, on Anglican usage of “the Catholic Church.”

Any little-c catholics (Anglican, Lutheran, Roman, Orthodox, etc.) out there with experiences of ecumenical Eucharist services? I’m seeking charitable practices for when co-celebration cannot happen or one is unable to commune. ⛪️🍞🍷

It was a beautiful afternoon for a bike ride over the Cumberland.

I’m excited to celebrate 150 years of Christian ministry with St. James AME this morning. Join us at 10:00! ⛪️

“Nobis Canon unus in Scripta relatus a Deo, Duo Testamenta, Tria Symbola, Quatuor Priora Concilia, Quinque saecula, Patrumque per ea series, trecentos ante Constantinum annos, ducentos a Constantino, regulam nobis Religionis figunt.” - Bishop Lancelot Andrewes

How might I discover if the ACNA accepts the Lima agreement and other ecumenical agreements endorsed by the instruments of the Anglican Communion before realignment?

Come on now! I just picked the book up this morning!

As someone who preaches from his iPad, I’m extremely excited about voice memos for iPad in iOS 12. Down to just a single device at the pulpit!

Anyone out there in Anglican social media have any updates on the Anglican version of the ESV? I can’t wait to get my hands on a copy!

Today’s sermon I preached on Mark 9:14-29, James 2, and prayer can be found here.

Cool beans. I’ll start referring to Mormonism as the “restored gospel of Jesus Christ” when the Mormon prophet starts referring to Christianity as the “orthodox faith of the one, holy, catholic, and apostolic Church.” Style Guide — The Name of the Church

It’s crazy cool when the Holy Spirit takes a sermon in a direction you never expected. I had zero expectation that this week’s readings would yield a sermon on prayer! “I believe; help my unbelief!”

Officially rocking the bike minivan. Looking forward to greenway time with the kids! 👨‍👧‍👦

Unfortunately many organizations are driven by fear and power. Thus, there is little room for failure and learning — no room for true leadership.

In leadership, some full-faith action is often better than none. A failed action implemented and quickly adjusted is better than silent planning. You are called to lead, not be perfect.