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Morning Roundup 6/4/15
Building Confidence as a Leader; 30 Years of Anglican Ministry; Religious Favorability
Morning Roundup 3/25/15
Mean Churches; Powerful Productivity; What is Anglicanism?
Subscriber Access Only Do-It-Yourself Church Unity
Healing the fractured body of Christ isn’t just for theologians to figure out.
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Breakaway Anglicans Can Keep Churches Worth $500 Million, Rules South Carolina Judge
Diocese of South Carolina not required to give properties and name back to national Episcopal Church.
Subscriber Access Only What Steadfast Looks Like in a Revolution
How in three years an evangelical pastor went from America’s first national hero to “the first of villains.”
Worship Songwriter Vicky Beeching Comes Out as Gay
The CCM worship world has its Jennifer Knapp moment.
Morning Roundup 7/15/14
Divorce Shocker; Archbishop of Canterbury and Pope Francis; Domestic Violence
Church of England Set to Ordain Female Bishops
(UPDATED) Church votes to allow women bishops, one year ahead of predicted approval.
Ethnic Violence Kills 10,000—and It Gets Even Worse in South Sudan
The nation that evangelicals helped to create may lose 50,000 children to starvation by December 31.
Morning Roundup 5/7/14
Free J.I. Packer Book; Evangelical Prophets; Multicultural Ministry
Andrew White: Being Jesus in the Kill Zone
Amid Baghdad’s daily carnage, 2014 Wilberforce Award winner models reconciliation to Muslims, Christians, and Jews.
The Book of Common Prayer Is Still a Big Deal
Alan Jacobs explains why the nearly 500-year-old Anglican prayer book retains its influence, and why it should appeal even to (non-Anglican) evangelicals.
Morning Roundup 3/27/14
U.S. Moderately Restricts Religious Freedom; Transformational Church Book Review; Anglican Catechism
Controversy over Seminary Speaker Invite Tempered by Student's Death
Attempt at demonstrating Anglican unity to Katharine Jefferts Schori instead prompts resignations.
Died: Terry Fullam, Renowned Episcopal Pastor Featured in 'Miracle at Darien'
As one of the founders of the mainline church renewal movement, he had a global following among evangelicals.
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Who Are You Calling a Deadly Sin?
Who Are You Calling a Deadly Sin?
The sloth’s slowness is its virtue.
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