There aren't too many perks to being a bishop in The Episcopal Church. Sure you get a fancy hat, a nice ring, and a salary that's on the upper end of the clergy scale. But unlike their counterparts in England, our bishops don't get a palace or a seat in Parliament. There are even fewer... Continue Reading →
This summer I'm catching up on some reading and came across this book from 2010 by Bishop Todd Hunter. In 2009, the Anglican Mission in America consecrated the former National Director of the Association of Vineyard Churches as their Bishop for Church Planting. The consecration might seem unlikely, which Hunter hints at in his title... Continue Reading →
On paper, it may look like the Communion is made up by a series of agreements about meeting together. In fact, we are tied together by common prayer. You can huff and you can puff, but you're going to have a really hard time blowing that house down. We are in deeper communion than any single meeting could ever undo.