Tag: Reformed Episcopal Church

Tuesday of Trinity 15 – Matthew 7:13-29

ShareMatthew 7:13-29 When I lived in England with my family for 10 months several years ago (to begin my Ph.D. work at Lancaster University), we lived in student housing.  We had a family flat, which wasn’t too bad – except that it was on the fourth floor.  One of the most memorable experiences, and not […]

September 5, 2016 | 2 Comments More

Saturday of Trinity 6 – Acts 22:16-29

ShareActs 22:16-29 Here’s part II of my testimony in progress: Eventually I made my way into the Reformed Episcopal Church, originally and to human eyes accidentally because I was teaching school at Good Shepherd School in Tyler, Texas.  In fact, it was because many of the leaders of Believer’s Fellowship were connected to Good Shepherd […]

August 1, 2014 | 2 Comments More

Wednesday of 5th Sunday after Trinity – Acts 18:24-19:7

ShareActs 18:24-19:7 At the beginning of Acts 18, I talked about the importance of relationships in the Body of Christ and of how God comes to us.  If, as I’ve been saying all along, the book of Acts is about the Spirit of Christ in the Body of Christ continuing to teach and do the […]

July 22, 2014 | 4 Comments More

Saturday of Trinity 6 – Acts 22:16-29

ShareActs 22:16-29 Here’s part II of my testimony in progress: Eventually I made my way into the Reformed Episcopal Church, originally and to human eyes accidentally because I was teaching school at Good Shepherd School in Tyler,Texas.  In fact, it was because many of the leaders of Believer’s Fellowship were connected to Good Shepherd Church […]

July 20, 2012 | 0 Comments More

Wednesday of 5th Sunday after Trinity – Acts 18:24-19:7

ShareActs 18:24-19:7          At the beginning of Acts 18, I talked about the importance of relationships in the Body of Christ and of how God comes to us.  If, as I’ve been saying all along, the book of Acts is about the Spirit of Christ in the Body of Christ continuing to teach and do the […]

July 10, 2012 | 0 Comments More

How I Became an Anglican

ShareHow I Became an Anglican The conversion narratives of people who have become Roman Catholics or Orthodox Christians are filled with people courageously and passionately seeking “The True Church.” I wish I could tell you such a glowing conversion narrative in telling you how I became an Anglican. I also wish I could tell you […]

October 13, 2011 | 6 Comments More