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Please, my name is David K. Brigham, I live in Houston,TX. My Reason for this post is that Reconciliation Anglican Church here in Houston TX .is being kicked of their church and the Anglican Churches here in Houston. said that they cant them because they have problems of their own. They reached out to me and I'm reaching out to the Anglican Church their behalf. The Anglican church mission is surly not so broken so badly that they as a church family would allow such a thing to happen. I'm not an Anglican,but I learned about from Canon Dr. Simon Omeke, Rector of this church and God has touch me to help them. Please help them to continue their ministry of helping to feed the hungry and clothe the poor here in Houston, TX. The enemy wants to stop them. and mess up their work for God and the Anglican Church Ministry they're doing here in Houston TX. They don't need help tomorrow, they need help today, NOW !!!! Please don't let this small ministry bite the dust, this shows me the there's a lack of unity in the Anglican church community. I'm not Anglican but I do Love GOD and do not want to see his work fail for this ministry. Is there any one out here that has a heart for the work of God or will just turn their back on this small Anglican Church, please judge yourself before God judges you. This call to action, I plead the Blood Of Jesus over. Is there any one to answer? May God Bless the doers of his word, Amen
Archdeacon Books today published a new book by the Rev. Dr. Mark Allen Quay. https://www.amazon.com/dp/0692968245/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1508266686&sr=8-2&keywords=mark+allen+quay
It's time for another United Adoration liturgical songwriting retreat in Dallas, TX. Join us August 11-12 (Fri-Sat, 3pm-3pm) at All Saints Dallas. The retreat only costs $49. Register today! This retreat will be a great opportunity to meet likeminded songwriters, share your struggles, eat delicious food, pray together, receive healing, and revive lost gifts and desires. Hope you can make it!

Responding to the call of God to join him on mission, rooted in the historic tradition of Celtic mission, partnered together through a society of mission.

The Anglican Mission in the Americas (The Mission) exists to raise, release and support leaders and communities of faith to reach the lost for Jesus Christ in North America. Rooted in the Celtic missionary tradition and nourished by the three streams of Scripture, the Sacramental Life and the Holy Spirit, The Mission has catalyzed over 200 church plants since its establishment in 2000. Through a culture of creativity, flexibility, boldness, learning and leadership, The Mission is committed and poised to build on its rich history. We invite you to join this movement of rising, loving and leading with Christ in North America.

Mission: The Anglican Mission in America (AMiA) raises up, releases and supports leaders, church planters and communities of faith to reach the lost for Jesus Christ in the United States.

Now available: new music from our own Liturgical Folk!

New album out today—PSALM SETTINGS: 10 new verbatim musical settings from the Psalter with a surprisingly jazzy flair.

Listen here: www.liturgicalfolk.com/psalm-settings

PSALM SETTINGS is the sixth and final volume of the Liturgical Folk music project. We set out with the ambitious goal of releasing six volumes of new liturgical music in three years. And we did it! Can you believe it?

Thank you all so much for your support! We hope you enjoy the new music and spread the word.

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Love in the Wasteland: T. S. Eliot’s Hopeless Affair - BreakPoint

"To stop loving what we ought not to love, we need to fall deeper in love that which we ought to love. Until the gospel becomes believable and beautiful to us, no amount of gritting our teeth and doing the right thing for its own sake will do. Until we really believe there’s a treasure in the field, we won’t sell all that we have to buy it." Read more from Dustin Messer of All Saints Dallas at BreakPoint: https://www.breakpoint.org/love-in-the-wasteland-ts-eliots-hopeless-affair/?fbclid=IwAR3zM6YOzVgHwZSJLUslMCmqboOyvsVoFvoPrRkuc-a5juVC_LPB0vVmRFk

breakpoint.org Eliot explains that he came to realize that he wasn't in love with Hale, he was in love with the feeling of being in love with her he experienced as a young man.

This week's collect, from the Book of Common Prayer

New music from our own Liturgical Folk coming soon!

‪Liturgical Folk, Vol. 6

Coming January 31st‬

With a crop of the cover art by Jeremy Stout Illustration.

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My Anglican Journey: Burnout and Hope

The rhythms and rootedness of Anglicanism can help us experience grace, healing and hope. Drew Haltom shares in this piece for Anglican Pastor, "In structure, I’ve found freedom. In consistency and stability, authentic worship has welled-up in my heart. In the Anglican tradition, I’ve found a rootedness where I can flourish as a follower of Jesus."

anglicanpastor.com There’s a movement happening—a movement of followers of Jesus rediscovering ancient forms of worship in a way that ignites fresh love and zeal for Jesus and His Church. Robert Webber described this movement more than thirty years ago in his book Evangelicals on the Canterbury Trail. In the thirt...

This week's collect, from the Book of Common Prayer

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Seeing the Lord Behind the Lord’s Prayer

Each portion of the Lord's Prayer reveals truth about Christ. Christianity Today https://www.christianitytoday.com/ct/2019/december/wesley-hill-lords-prayer-guide-praying-our-father.html

christianitytoday.com Wesley Hill shows how each petition points to the character of Christ.

This week's collect, from the Book of Common Prayer

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The Book of Common Prayer: A Unifying Resource

"The Book of Common Prayer has been a unifying 'instrument' for prayer and devotion for Anglicans for centuries, and I believe we need to teach and encourage one another regularly in its use, for clergy and laity, in our daily lives." Read more on the Book of Common Prayer from Mark+ Walz: https://theamia.org/posts/2018/08/16/bcp/

theamia.org After growing up Catholic and working in Baptist and non-denominational churches for several years, Mark+ Walz was introduced to Anglicanism through his wife, Cate’s, family. He serves as a Church Planter in Residence at All Saints Dallas. In this blog, Mark+ shares how The Book of Common

If you're in the Dallas area, don't miss Sandra McCracken in concert at All Saints Dallas next weekend!

Dallas friends, Join us next weekend on January 18 at All Saints Dallas for a night of music.

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/sandra-mccracken-in-concert-tickets-84037605741

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Epiphany and Epiphanytide: A Rookie Anglican Guide

A helpful overview of Epiphany from Anglican Pastor

anglicanpastor.com What is Epiphany? Epiphany is a Christian feast day celebrated on January 6 every year. It's also known as "Three Kings' Day." As mentioned in our Rookie Anglican Guide to Advent, the Christian year begins with the season of Advent, which leads up to Christmas on December 25. Then come the 12 Days o...

"And Jesus came and said to them, “All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me. Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit." Matthew 28:18-19 #Epiphany

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God Is Light | Peter J. Leithart

"As Epiphany manifests the God who is light, it also manifests the mission of the illuminated. ... We become ourselves the epiphany of the God of light." - Peter J. Leithart for First Things

firstthings.com As it looks back to the light of Jesus, Epiphany also directs us forward to the eternal day.

Collect for The Holy Name, from the Book of Common Prayer

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Here's Why You Should Celebrate an Epiphany Festival

How does your church celebrate Epiphany? In this piece for Anglican Pastor, Chris Marchand makes the case for holding an Epiphany festival and offers practical suggestions.

anglicanpastor.com Anglicans often speak of the tradition of the 12 days of Christmas, emphasizing how the holiday is not merely one day but rather an extended season. The season spans from December 25 (or the evening of December 24) through January 5, and contains a number of nativity-oriented feast days along with s...

This week's collect, from the Book of Common Prayer

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What are the Twelve Days of Christmas?

anglicanpastor.com "On the Twelfth day of Christmas, my true love gave to me..." Wait, there are TWELVE Days? I thought Christmas ended at 9 am on the 25th of December? Christmas is actually a season that lasts until the Epiphany, January 6th. On Christmas morning, the party has just gotten started! But many people wo...

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What are the Twelve Days of Christmas?

A good overview of the 12 Days of Christmas (far more than a partridge in a pear tree!) from Anglican Pastor

anglicanpastor.com "On the Twelfth day of Christmas, my true love gave to me..." Wait, there are TWELVE Days? I thought Christmas ended at 9 am on the 25th of December? Christmas is actually a season that lasts until the Epiphany, January 6th. On Christmas morning, the party has just gotten started! But many people wo...

“‘And you, O Bethlehem, in the land of Judah,
are by no means least among the rulers of Judah;
for from you shall come a ruler
who will shepherd my people Israel.’”
Matthew 2:6

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This week's collect, from the Book of Common Prayer

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Advent as Holy Hunger

How have you experienced the holy hunger of Advent this year? https://theamia.org/posts/2014/12/02/advent-as-holy-hunger/

theamia.org In the fifth post in our Foundations series, the Rev. Chris Myers of All Saints Dallas describes how we can enter into one of the most beloved and profoundly mysterious seasons of the Church Year—Advent.  I used to think I would get to

"In him was life, and the life was the light of men." John 1:4

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Man-in-Waiting

What does it mean to wait well? Carol Dowsett, a Bible study teacher, intercessor and lay leader at All Saints Dallas, challenges us to anticipatory, active waiting--the kind that makes us ready. https://blogs.bible.org/engage/carol_dowsett/man-in-waiting

blogs.bible.org In this last week of Advent, one of the ways we learn to prepare our hearts for the celebration of the arrival of our Savior is to see how others have done so. In Luke 2:25-32 we meet Simeon as he meets Jesus. But before the Messiah is revealed, Simeon is a man-in-waiting. He has waited a very long....

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Fleming Rutledge: Advent Begins Where Human Potential Ends

"Advent always begins in the dark. But there is a 'but,' and we find it revealed in the story that the scriptures tell." - Fleming Rutledge via Christianity Today

christianitytoday.com This season invites us to turn our face toward the future of God, not man.

This week's collect, from the Book of Common Prayer

"For to us a child is born,
to us a son is given;
and the government shall be upon his shoulder,
and his name shall be called
Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God,
Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace."
Isaiah 9:6

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Observing Advent Makes Me Feel Less Alone

Observing Advent as part of the Body of Christ can bring us closer to each other as well as to God. Christianity Today

christianitytoday.com Following the rituals of the church calendar remind me that my life is part of the larger story of God’s creation, redemption, and restoration.

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Life Can Be Different – An Advent Sermon On Matthew 3:1-12

Advent reminds us that life can be different and that a new start is possible. A thought-provoking piece from Michael K. Marsh: https://interruptingthesilence.com/2019/12/11/life-can-be-different-an-advent-sermon-on-matthew-31-12/

interruptingthesilence.com The Second Sunday in Advent, Year A – Matthew 3:1-12 By Visitor7 – Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0, Wikimedia Commons What if I preached like John the Baptist? What if I was as blunt and direct …

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Go to the Nearby Wilderness This Advent

anglicanpastor.com In the middle of Advent, we encounter John the Baptist in the desert. In fact, every year, Anglicans devote half of Advent to the prophet of the wilderness, John the Baptist. Yes, Lent is the most obvious wilderness season of the Church’s year—a full 40 days and then some to seek the Lord in

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Best Christmas Albums of 2019

Advent, the latest album from our own Liturgical Folk, was featured in the UTR Media list of the year's best Christmas albums!

utrmedia.org Christmas is almost here, so we're guessing you've dug out some of your favorite holiday music. And while it's tempting to focus on the nostalgic and the songs that take you back in time, there are always amazing new Christmas albums coming out, year-in and year-out... but sometimes they are a bit m...

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What is Advent? (Excerpt from "A Thrill of Hope" by Ashley Wallace)

A beautiful description of Advent from author Ashley Wallace: "Each Advent, we wait with the prophets and with all of creation for the birth of the promised Savior. The prophets’ call grows silent for 400 years and then suddenly, out of nowhere, the Almighty God stretches forth His hand to a small town and calls a seemingly insignificant young girl and she says 'yes.' The God of the universe humbles himself and makes himself flesh, to fully humble himself, and to fully walk with us in our sorrow. He takes the form of a helpless babe. It is a great mystery. It is the Incarnation. It is God with us, Emmanuel." Anglican Pastor

anglicanpastor.com The following is an excerpt from A Thrill of Hope: Celebrating Advent at Home by Ashley Wallace. What is Advent? All of Scripture is a sacred love story, the love of God the Father for His people. It is a story filled with expectation, longing and fulfillment. From the beginning, God has lovingly wa...

This week's collect, from the Book of Common Prayer

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Advent Recommended Reading, Part 2

Two more excellent reads for this season--one old and one new--suggested by Caleb+ Miller of Immanuel Anglican Church. https://theamia.org/posts/2019/12/05/advent-recommended-reading-part-2/

theamia.org By Caleb+ Miller, pastor of Immanuel Anglican Church We’re asked two of our clergy to share books they’d recommend for the Advent season. Below is the second installment of this two-part series. In the past year, I have read and enjoyed two books that have much to offer us,

"And the glory of the Lord shall be revealed,
and all flesh shall see it together,
for the mouth of the Lord has spoken.”
Isaiah 40:5

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Advent Recommended Reading, Part 2

Looking for a good read this Advent? Consider one of these books, recommended by Caleb+ Miller, pastor of Immanuel Anglican Church https://theamia.org/posts/2019/12/05/advent-recommended-reading-part-2/

theamia.org By Caleb+ Miller, pastor of Immanuel Anglican Church We’re asked two of our clergy to share books they’d recommend for the Advent season. Below is the second installment of this two-part series. In the past year, I have read and enjoyed two books that have much to offer us,

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Opinion | Want to Get Into the Christmas Spirit? Face the Darkness

Advent invites us to look into the dark before launching into celebration. Tish Harrison Warren writes, "To practice Advent is to lean into an almost cosmic ache: our deep, wordless desire for things to be made right and the incompleteness we find in the meantime."

nytimes.com How I fell in love with the season of Advent.

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An Advent Playlist

What are you listening to this Advent? This playlist is packed with songs for this season. https://artandtheology.org/2019/11/16/an-advent-playlist/

artandtheology.org Advent, which begins December 1 this year, ushers in four weeks of holy longing for Christ’s coming into our dark and broken world to make all things new. With the Old Testament saints and the earl…

This week's collect, from the Book of Common Prayer

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Advent Recommended Reading, Part 1

Advent is an excellent time to read about both the incarnation and the attributes of God. Ethan+ Harrison of Immanuel Anglican Church suggests two books for this season. https://theamia.org/posts/2019/11/27/advent-recommended-reading-part-1/

theamia.org By Ethan+ Harrison, associate priest at Immanuel Anglican Church We’re asked two of our clergy to share books they’d recommend for the Advent season. Below is the first installment of this two-part series. On the Incarnation by St. Athanasius C.S. Lewis recommends that we spend quality time with...

"For God, who said, 'Let light shine out of darkness,' has shone in our hearts to give the light of the knowledge of the glory of God in the face of Jesus Christ." 2 Corinthians 4:6

Looking for a devotional guide for Advent? Check out this one from Grace Northridge​!https://www.csmedia1.com/gracenorthridge.com/advent-devotional-2019-booklet-pdf.pdf

Advent is a sacred time to remember and share in Israel's longing for the Messiah's coming - and in our case - His coming at an even deeper level, by the Spirit, in our lives. It is a powerful and important time to celebrate that God is not remote, aloof, or uninvolved. It is the expectant and hopeful time to prepare our hearts for Christmas by inviting and welcoming the active presence of God into our midst.

Download our Advent Devotional Guide. Click link in bio.

May you and yours experience the hope and peace of this beautiful season.

Our King is coming, let us rejoice!

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The Anglican Mission in America (AMiA) Welcomes You

We are an Anglican Society of Mission & Apostolic Works. Our mission is to raise up, release and support three-stream Anglican leaders, planters and communities of faith to reach the lost for Jesus Christ in the United States.

Built upon the common tradition of Anglican liturgical worship and the three streams of Scripture, Sacrament and Spirit, and influenced by the history of the Celtic missionaries, we are connected to the Anglican Communion and the worldwide community of missionaries through the care of the College of Consultors and our Global Partners.

We invite you to join us in the raising up of new leaders who live in the love of God, minister in the peace of Christ and serve in the power of the Holy Spirit.

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