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Celebrate with me the publication of the Spanish Translation of 'Praying through Psalms: a guide to Contemplative Prayer using Anglican Prayer Beads.'

26 September, the worldwide day of repentance. Fellow Christians, spread the following video far and wide!
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

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 c

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For the Sake of the City (Bonus Testimony) 05/13/2021

For the Sake of the City (Bonus Testimony)

Our own Dave+ Larlee shares how God loves our cities and how simple obedience attracts Heaven’s attention. Listen now on the Novo podcast: https://novosacohort.podbean.com/e/for-the-sake-of-the-city-bonus-testimony/

For the Sake of the City (Bonus Testimony) Dave Larlee, a Dallas cohort graduate, shares his story of how blessing prayer moves into the city. We recorded this testimony at the beginning of the cohorts and we are excited to share it with you all! It’s a modern-day story of how God miraculously mult...

Timeline Photos 05/11/2021

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

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

Healing Through Relationship | The Anglican Mission 05/09/2021

Healing Through Relationship | The Anglican Mission

"In helping others to emotionally heal from this pandemic by being in proper relationship with one another, we will also be healing ourselves." - Counselor Rebecca Bakke of St. Andrew's Church https://theamia.org/posts/2021/05/06/healing-through-relationship/

Healing Through Relationship | The Anglican Mission   One in five people lives with a mental illness, and the people in our congregations are not exempt from these challenges. Throughout May, Mental Health Awareness Month, we’ll be posting articles to help you and your congregation better understand mental illness and come alongside those who are ...

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We rejoice that the Reverend Jason R. Radcliff was ordained a priest at All Saints Dallas! He was presented by the Right Reverend Sandy Greene, ordained by the Right Reverend Philip Jones and licensed by The Archbishop Masimango Katanda, Diocese of Kindu, Anglican Church of Congo.

Mental Health and the Church | The Anglican Mission 05/07/2021

Mental Health and the Church | The Anglican Mission

A blog I Iwrote a few years ago for Mental Health Awareness Month about faith and mental illness.

Mental Health and the Church | The Anglican Mission May is “Mental Health Awareness Month” and to help you and your congregation to learn more, we asked Carol Dowsett, the AMiA Communications Coordinator and an author and advocate for families dealing with mental illnesses, to share some thoughts. Carol also taught a breakout session on the Minis...

Mobile Uploads 05/07/2021

Solid insights on abiding from an AMiA church.

“Abiding is about his life giving presence flowing into us and empowering us as we go through our day.”

An excerpt from Rev. Dave’s sermon yesterday. The full service is up for the watching/listening here -

https://stbartsdallas.org/sermons-rss

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Healing Through Relationship | The Anglican Mission 05/06/2021

Healing Through Relationship | The Anglican Mission

Throughout May, #MentalHealthMonth, we’ll be posting articles to help you and your congregation better understand mental illness and come alongside those who are struggling. In this one, counselor Rebecca Bakke, who attends St. Andrew's Church,offers insights on emotional healing in the wake of the pandemic.
https://theamia.org/posts/2021/05/06/healing-through-relationship/

Healing Through Relationship | The Anglican Mission   One in five people lives with a mental illness, and the people in our congregations are not exempt from these challenges. Throughout May, Mental Health Awareness Month, we’ll be posting articles to help you and your congregation better understand mental illness and come alongside those who are ...

Mental Health and the Church | The Anglican Mission 05/05/2021

Mental Health and the Church | The Anglican Mission

Asking the right questions about mental illness is a good first step in helping your church minister to those impacted by mental health challenges. Carol Dowsett of All Saints Dallas suggests three questions to raise. https://theamia.org/posts/2018/05/17/mental-health-and-the-church/

Mental Health and the Church | The Anglican Mission May is “Mental Health Awareness Month” and to help you and your congregation to learn more, we asked Carol Dowsett, the AMiA Communications Coordinator and an author and advocate for families dealing with mental illnesses, to share some thoughts. Carol also taught a breakout session on the Minis...

Timeline Photos 05/03/2021

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

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

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Timeline Photos 04/27/2021

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

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

Remembering is Key to Renewal | The Anglican Mission 04/25/2021

Remembering is Key to Renewal | The Anglican Mission

"If you feel lost and distant from God, remember that he is the one who found you in the first place. His pursuit of you is unending, as is his love." - Dustin+ Messer of All Saints Dallas https://theamia.org/posts/2021/04/22/remembering-is-key-to-renewal/

Remembering is Key to Renewal | The Anglican Mission By Dustin+ Messer, All Saints Dallas When you feel spiritually stale and lost, remember the time in which you were first found by God. Today, many Christians feel lost. The world feels new and scary. This feeling of disorientation—personal, cultural—is nothing new for God’s people. The Prophet...

Remembering is Key to Renewal | The Anglican Mission 04/22/2021

Remembering is Key to Renewal | The Anglican Mission

This week Dustin+ Messer of All Saints Dallas offers encouragement for when we feel lost or aimless: Remember when we were found by God. https://theamia.org/posts/2021/04/22/remembering-is-key-to-renewal/

Remembering is Key to Renewal | The Anglican Mission By Dustin+ Messer, All Saints Dallas When you feel spiritually stale and lost, remember the time in which you were first found by God. Today, many Christians feel lost. The world feels new and scary. This feeling of disorientation—personal, cultural—is nothing new for God’s people. The Prophet...

Timeline Photos 04/19/2021

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

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

This Changes Everything! | The Anglican Mission 04/18/2021

This Changes Everything! | The Anglican Mission

The resurrection of Jesus Christ alters everything and gives us a picture of being fully human. The Rev. Dr. Jay+ Wright, Associate Priest of All Saints Dallas, explains: https://theamia.org/posts/2021/04/15/this-changes-everything/

This Changes Everything! | The Anglican Mission By The Rev. Dr. Jay+ Wright, Associate Priest, All Saints Dallas The resurrection of Jesus changes everything. It has reoriented history, the world and the entire created order, and it changes us, too. That’s why we take 50 days to celebrate resurrection. That’s why we keep shouting “Alleluia!...

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Check out the Gathering Midtown (an AMiA church) YouTube channel for fresh insights on the well-known Psalm 91. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpIbqz9GRicViwuK2auvcYA

HE RESTORES MY SOUL.

Cracking open Psalms 23 again this Sunday. It’s a pretty well known scripture, but in this series we are reminded that these words are a timeless reminder that we do not carry the weight of this life alone. He is a good Shepherd and He is near the broken hearted.

Watch with us this weekend via our YouTube channel or meet with a MicroGathering around our city!

This Changes Everything! | The Anglican Mission 04/15/2021

This Changes Everything! | The Anglican Mission

"The resurrection of Jesus changes everything. It has reoriented history, the world and the entire created order, and it changes us, too." Read more from The Rev. Dr. Jay+ Wright, Associate Priest of All Saints Dallas: https://theamia.org/posts/2021/04/15/this-changes-everything/

This Changes Everything! | The Anglican Mission By The Rev. Dr. Jay+ Wright, Associate Priest, All Saints Dallas The resurrection of Jesus changes everything. It has reoriented history, the world and the entire created order, and it changes us, too. That’s why we take 50 days to celebrate resurrection. That’s why we keep shouting “Alleluia!...

Timeline Photos 04/12/2021

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

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

What is your Galilee? | The Anglican Mission 04/11/2021

What is your Galilee? | The Anglican Mission

Mark+ Walz of All Saints Dallas asks us, "To what or to whom has God called you?" https://theamia.org/posts/2021/04/08/what-is-your-galilee/

What is your Galilee? | The Anglican Mission Mark+ Walz of All Saints Dallas challenges us to be in mission where we are. Matthew 28:7 Mark+ Walz has been with All Saints Dallas since 2017 as Church Planter in Residence. Mark+ worked in a number of churches and denominations before finding a home within the Anglican tradition. As a pastor for....

What is your Galilee? | The Anglican Mission 04/08/2021

What is your Galilee? | The Anglican Mission

What is your Galilee--the place to which God has called you in this season? Mark+ Walz of All Saints Dallas challenges us this week:
https://theamia.org/posts/2021/04/08/what-is-your-galilee/

What is your Galilee? | The Anglican Mission Mark+ Walz of All Saints Dallas challenges us to be in mission where we are. Matthew 28:7 Mark+ Walz has been with All Saints Dallas since 2017 as Church Planter in Residence. Mark+ worked in a number of churches and denominations before finding a home within the Anglican tradition. As a pastor for....

Defining the Charismatic Tradition: The Spirit-Empowered Life 04/07/2021

Defining the Charismatic Tradition: The Spirit-Empowered Life

As Richard J. Foster shares, divine love is central to the effective functioning of spiritual gifts. Renovaré https://renovare.org/articles/defining-the-charismatic-tradition

Defining the Charismatic Tradition: The Spirit-Empowered Life "Frankly, there are no 'noncharismatic Christians.'" In this excerpt from Streams of Living Water, Richard Foster validates supernatural spiritual gifts and reminds us that in exercising them the end goal must always be love and unity.

Resurrection life: Mortification and Vivification | The Anglican Mission 04/07/2021

Resurrection life: Mortification and Vivification | The Anglican Mission

"The resurrection life is dying and rising day by day, moment by moment in Jesus Christ."
Read more from Ethan+ Harrison, associate priest at Immanuel Anglican Church: http://ow.ly/HdBh50EeUCS

Resurrection life: Mortification and Vivification | The Anglican Mission By Ethan+ Harrison, associate priest at Immanuel Anglican Church in Destin, Florida When I think of resurrection life, my impulse is to emphasize the joy, peace and abundance of Christ’s resurrection and forget the cruciform life of discipleship. The tension arises in Christian circles quite frequ...

Timeline Photos 04/05/2021

Today's collect from the Book of Common Prayer

Today's collect from the Book of Common Prayer

04/05/2021

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Easter begins the “Great Fifty Days,” a season dedicated to celebration! Ron+ McCrary of All Saints Dallas shares how the fundamental cause for our celebration is less obvious than the empty tomb: We celebrate God’s cosmic conspiracy to overcome evil with good in the world. https://theamia.org/posts/2019/04/21/easter-and-the-overthrow-of-evil/

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Timeline Photos 04/04/2021

"Why do you seek the living among the dead? He is not here, but has risen." Luke 24:5b-6a

"Why do you seek the living among the dead? He is not here, but has risen." Luke 24:5b-6a

Silent Saturday 04/03/2021

Silent Saturday

"In the silence of Saturday, in the rest of the Sabbath, the deepest work was being done. An explosion to rip apart the bulwark veil that separates the mortal from the immortal was being prepared. Death-conquering work was underway."
Read more from Carol Dowsett of All Saints Dallas: https://theamia.org/posts/2019/04/18/silent-saturday/

Silent Saturday By Carol Dowsett, a Bible study teacher, intercessor and lay leader at All Saints Dallas "Then they returned and prepared spices and ointments. On the Sabbath they rested according to the commandment." (Luke 23:56 ESV) It is the day slid between Good Friday and Easter Sunday. Not much

Timeline Photos 04/02/2021

"All we like sheep have gone astray;
we have turned—every one—to his own way;
and the Lord has laid on him
the iniquity of us all."
Isaiah 53:6

"All we like sheep have gone astray;
we have turned—every one—to his own way;
and the Lord has laid on him
the iniquity of us all."
Isaiah 53:6

Maundy Thursday, April 1, 2021 04/02/2021

Maundy Thursday, April 1, 2021

Watch for a powerful Holy Week message! The sermon from
Dustin+ Messer of All Saints Dallas begins at 16:24. https://vimeo.com/532033657?ref=em-share

Maundy Thursday, April 1, 2021 This is "Maundy Thursday, April 1, 2021" by All Saints Dallas on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love them.

Good Friday: The Bizarre Mission of Surrender 04/02/2021

Good Friday: The Bizarre Mission of Surrender

On Good Friday, Robert+ Cook of St. Andrew's Church reminds us that "On the cross, Jesus drank the cup of God’s wrath so that you and I could drink the cup of His grace." https://theamia.org/posts/2018/03/29/good-friday-the-bizarre-mission-of-surrender/

Good Friday: The Bizarre Mission of Surrender By Robert+ Cook, Rector of St. Andrews Church, Little Rock, AR When I think of Good Friday, the word that most clearly comes to mind is surrender. I hear the echo of Jesus’ words as He prayed this most intimate prayer to His Father: “Abba, Father! All things

Maundy Thursday: A Collect Reflection - Anglican Compass 04/01/2021

Maundy Thursday: A Collect Reflection - Anglican Compass

"Because of the Eucharist, we don’t have to worry about feeling Jesus enough to be saved; we will never feel him enough.

"Because of the Eucharist, we don’t have to worry about having enough faith; we will never have enough faith.

"Because of the Eucharist, we are free to trust in Christ alone and to firmly believe that the bread and the wine is 'given for us' (Luke 22:19)."

Read more from Anglican Compass: https://anglicancompass.com/maundy-thursday-a-collect-reflection/

Maundy Thursday: A Collect Reflection - Anglican Compass Maundy Thursday Almighty Father, whose dear Son, on the night before he suffered, instituted the Sacrament of his Body and Blood: Mercifully grant that we may receive it thankfully in remembrance of Jesus Christ our Lord, who in these holy mysteries gives us a pledge of eternal life; and who lives a...

Timeline Photos 03/28/2021

"Blessed is the King who comes in the name of the Lord! Peace in heaven and glory in the highest!" Luke 19:38

"Blessed is the King who comes in the name of the Lord! Peace in heaven and glory in the highest!" Luke 19:38

Lent and the Gospel of Suffering 03/27/2021

Lent and the Gospel of Suffering

"The Holy Spirit works within our suffering to transform it, to bring us to maturity, to develop perseverance and finally brings us to hope and the experience of the love of God poured out in our hearts." - Deacon Lyn Baker http://ow.ly/x8uw50E8uQc

Lent and the Gospel of Suffering by Deacon Lyn Baker In the popular mind, Lent is associated with penitence. There is a tradition of “giving up” something we enjoy. In my case, this is definitely food. On Ash Wednesday this year, I decided that I would fast for the noon meal. This is not

Lent and the Gospel of Suffering 03/25/2021

Lent and the Gospel of Suffering

Deacon Lyn Baker shares how we are invited to meditate on the truth of the gospel of suffering as it manifests in our individual lives during Lent. https://theamia.org/posts/2021/03/25/lent-and-the-gospel-of-suffering/

Lent and the Gospel of Suffering by Deacon Lyn Baker In the popular mind, Lent is associated with penitence. There is a tradition of “giving up” something we enjoy. In my case, this is definitely food. On Ash Wednesday this year, I decided that I would fast for the noon meal. This is not

If We Only Know Scripture as a Text, We Don’t Know it at All 03/23/2021

If We Only Know Scripture as a Text, We Don’t Know it at All

Dustin+ Messer of All Saints Dallas shares why it's vital that we read the Bible in a way that’s ancient, communal and theological.
https://theamia.org/posts/2021/03/18/scripture_text/

If We Only Know Scripture as a Text, We Don’t Know it at All by Dustin+ Messer, All Saints Dallas If we want to be formed in the faith, we’ll need to know Scripture. More to it, we’ll need to know Scripture as Scripture. Because if we only know Scripture as a text—a thing that we read individually, rationalistically and with modern

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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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