Protestantism after 500 Years
By 2040, half of all Protestants will live in Africa.
in the infographic). The infographic also shows the continental distribution of Protestants, including Anglicans, from 1600 to 2015. Nearly all Protestants
The Trap of Tradition
Don't substitute the things we know for the things of God.
Anglicans would say part of their Tradition is included in “the faith delivered to the saints.” I'm not unaware or opposed to the idea that there is certain Tradition that is so entwined with
As goes the mainline, so goes the nation
Many traditional mainline churches are literally dying on the vine.
Let us pray that the witness of new immigrant Anglicans, Methodists, Presbyterians and Lutherans will so fill the pews of America's mainline denominational churches that a genuine
HBO’s ‘Solitary’ Revisits Why It’s Not Good for Man to Be Alone
Kristi Jacobson’s penetrating new documentary confronts viewers with the soul-withering effects of solitary confinement.
In the early 1800s, when Quakers and Anglicans first explored the idea of building a penitentiary, they imagined that separation and enforced silence would stimulate contemplative self
Morning Roundup 7/20/15
Early Church Government; God and America; Fuller and Me
From the bishop-led Anglicans to the informal Brethren churches, there is great diversity. And one of the fundamental flash points in this debate is the practice of the early church.
Henri Nouwen’s Weakness Was His Strength
How a gifted, high-achieving spiritual guide learned to share his wounds with others.
And when I recently gave a talk on Nouwen's life and work to a group of Christian professionals, mainly Presbyterians and theologically conservative Anglicans, three-fourths of the
We Need an Additional Way to Credential Pastors
For the sake of Kingdom work and church planting, we may want to consider a new way to credential pastors.
What about pastors in movements which go astray? Now, I recognize that you Anglicans have your Bishops and the Anabaptists ordain locally in their churches.
Will Africa's Anglicans Succeed at Revival This Week?
Archbishop Justin Welby backs 'new way of being in communion' as 1,200 leaders from 40 nations meet in Nairobi.
Archbishop Justin Welby backs 'new way of being in communion' as 1200 leaders from 40 nations meet in Nairobi.
Understanding the Charismatic Movement
Over 300 million people in the world are considered charismatic Christians.
tradition. Case Study: Anglicans in Africa. Bennett Africa's Anglicans are one of the groups deeply influenced by the charismatic movement. There are