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Enjoyed Mark's Sermon on Jonah. Thank you Mark, thank you All Saints!
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Jesus tells us, commands us, that if we have something against a brother or sister in Christ, or if a brother or sister in Christ has sinned against you, or if you know that a brother or sister in Christ has something against you that we are to go to that person, those persons in question and reconcile. He didn't say go is you are assured that they will hear you and agree with you. He simply commanded you to go and work it out. Where Jesus Christ commands us to do something, we have a promise that He will provide the grace and Holy Spirit power to be obedient. If the person/people we go to will not work it through with us, we are commanded to take another person who can hear both sides to help all in contention to hear each other, come to a place of humility, brokenness, repentance, forgiveness and grace to maintain the unity that Jesus Christ has given to us as His gift to the church. The church, it's unity and its witness is greater than your hurt feelings or sense of being a victim or demand to always be vindicated as "right". Let me remind us all that we are still in need of a Savior. He is not done refining us or transforming us so that we can fully live into the Life He is not living in us by the Holy Spirit. We have NO WIGGLE ROOM IN THIS. When Jesus says that if two of us will agree as touching anything, it will be done by our Father in heaven, that promise is given in the context of doing everything you can to bring about reconciliation and healing. If you refuse to do whatever is necessary to make that happen, you set yourself against the body of Christ because you have shut your heart against other members of Christ's Body. You are on dangerous ground. The witness that comes from true reconciliation (not the mere mouthing of high-sounding ritualized language to appear spiritual) is the witness of Jesus' Resurrection. "By THIS shall all people know that you are My disciples, that you love one another. Greater love has no one than to lay down ones life for another. You are my friends IF you do what I command. Love one another." It is not easy, neat or painless. Dying to self, crucifying your flesh and its demand to be justified,validated, or pampered will hurt will never be painless. Somethings we treasure, worship as idols in our lives (like reputation) may indeed need to die. You cannot crucify the flesh with rubber nails. To say, "YES!" to Jesus will cost you something. But saying, "NO!" will cost you more. Do not let pride keep you from wholeness. GO and trust Jesus to be with you and your brother or sister as you walk in obedience.
The Children's pageant was wonderful tonight. Father Phillip's inclusion of the kids in his sermon was attention-getting and "to the point." That first girl narrator was a professional! The music was precious and powerful. Thanks to all!
We need help for my wife. We are Brazilians and don’t have conditions for this procedure. God bless all Thank you
I am so excited to announce the release of Liturgical Folk's fifth volume of new liturgical music! From All Saints Dallas and The Anglican Mission to the world! ADVENT is the final collection of poems conceived in the heart of the late Fr. Nelson Koscheski, retired priest and parishioner of All Saints. Nelson entrusted these words to me, and this is what I did with them. Enjoy and share liberally.
What a great place. I really felt welcomed and everyone was so nice to my family.
Please help this precious family!
Thanks to all at All Saints Dallas who made our Christmas Eve celebration so memorable. Thanks to our priests who for the three services making sure everyone could worship on Christmas Eve. Phillip, David, Mark, you are extra ordinary men of God. Thank you. The music truly blessed us all and I pray the joy we felt fell on God's heart. Thank you Ryan and all of the band. God bless all of you who are 'unseen' who serve to make all things go well. Merry Christmas All Saints Dallas!
A terrific new song for the first Sunday of Advent, from our own Ryan and Nelson!

All Saints Dallas is a Christ centered, Bible teaching, Spirit filled liturgical church. Come and See! Sunday services at 9 a.m. & 11 a.m. Come and encounter the living God who leads, restores, heals, and transforms our lives through the power of the Spirit.

Come and experience welcoming hospitality and community as you walk through the doors. Come and hear Scripture both read and preached. Come and participate in holy communion. Come and behold the Spirit work in and through us. Come and see. Who We Are All Saints Dallas is a Christ centered, Bible teaching, Spirit filled liturgical church. We believe God reveals his love and draws us to worship Him through the Scriptures, the Sacraments and the Spirit, the three streams of a life giving church. Here you can expect a rich, authentic worship experience and a thoughtful liturgy offering a connection to an ancient faith. We cherish the confidence that comes from historical connectedness, from theology that is not tied to the whims of contemporary culture but to apostolic-era understandings of Christian faith and practice. Upholding the Biblical and historic essentials of the Christian faith, all of the teaching, preaching and worship seek to offer a vibrant, living relationship with Christ. We rely on the Holy Spirit to lead, guide and empower our worship and work, believing that He operates today as He has throughout history. We believe the Christian life is lived out in true community. We invite you to join us. Our prayer is that in our worshipping community you will encounter the living God who through the Holy Spirit leads, restores, heals and transforms our lives. All Saints Dallas is part of the Anglican Mission in the Americas. Click here for our latest newsletter.

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Be Still, Lean In
"Because we're filled with the Spirit, we can put off the past and put on the new self, and not be determined by the past and press in to the future that God has for us."
Daily Vlog- November 20, 2020

This vlog is about Week 3 Day 5 of Emotionally Healthy Spirituality: Day by Day.

Empathy Through Suffering
"Think about your own life and how the hard, painful time, if we allow it can help destroy the pride and the arrogance and the self-righteousness and give us empathy for other people, and give us most of all a dependence upon God."
Daily Vlog- November 19, 2020

God Can Be Trusted
"There is an overarching idea that God can be trusted. He is good and he is in control, and we can trust him."
Daily Vlog- November 18, 2020

In The Kingdom, The Way Up is Down
"They went down, down, down in the world's eyes, but at some point in that picking up of the cross, God vindicates them and he brings them up."
Daily Vlog- November 17, 2020

This vlog is about Week 3, Day 2 of Emotionally Healthy Spirituality: Day by Day.

Going Back in Order to Go Forward
"We can live in the past way too often. It impedes our spiritual growth; it makes us unhealthy. To have healthy spirituality is to look at the past, be honest about whatever emotions it may bring us, and ask God to heal, transform and to give."
Daily Vlog- November 16, 2020

This vlog is about Week 3, Day 1 of Emotionally Healthy Spirituality: Day by Day.

24th Sunday after Pentecost, November 15, 2020

24th Sunday after Pentecost, November 15, 2020

A Heavenly Perspective
"What would it look like today for you to get a sense of God's perspective on your life so you would be able to have eyes to see and a heart expectant to see wonders happen in your daily life?"
Daily Vlog- November 13, 2020

The Spirit Is Making Us More Human, Not Less
"When we become holy and godly, we are actually becoming more of who we are meant to be, we're becoming more truly ourselves."
Daily Vlog- November 12, 2020

That Our Names Might Be Remembered
"The thing that causes us to live on, and that identifying marker of our name actually being remembered, is that our loves are ordered properly. Christ comes first."
Daily Vlog- November 11, 2020

Our Presence Is Enough
"What we're looking to do is give people who've suffered from catastrophic breakdown of relationship, which has resulted in them being homeless; this Saturday we're going to cook an amazing meal."
Daily Vlog- November 10, 2020

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Fasting and Prayer: Authority and Connection

Repost from The Anglican Mission: Jay+ Wright, Rector of St. Bart's Dallas, challenges us to take up regular prayer and fasting as a source of spiritual authority and connection. By Jay+ Wright, Rector of Saint Bartholomew’s in Dallas Fasting is a discipline God’s people have taken up for millennia, but it is not so popular in our current day. I’ve been an Anglican clergyman for a decade now, and fasting has been something I’ve been slow to

Know Yourself So You Can Know God
"True freedom is that you know who you are with Jesus. You don't have to make it up or read someone else's devotions. They can help, but you can't borrow someone else's spirituality."
Daily Vlog- November 9, 2020

23rd Sunday after Pentecost, November 8, 2020 (11:00am)

23rd Sunday after Pentecost, November 8, 2020 (11:15am)

23rd Sunday after Pentecost, November 8, 2020 (9:00am)

23rd Sunday after Pentecost, November 8, 2020 (9:00am)

23rd Sunday after Pentecost, November 8, 2020 (9:00am)

23rd Sunday after Pentecost, November 8, 2020 (9:00am)

That Which Is in Our Hands
"Some of you watching this today are facing incredible challenges, and incredible crises even. And God is looking to move. The answer to your prayer is found in what is in the hands of others."
Daily Vlog- November 6, 2020

Stewardship in COVID-19 By Mike Blanchat, Executive Director of the AMiA and Executive Administrator of All Saints Dallas As we begin to recover from what felt like an endless election season and enter month eight of the COVID-19 pandemic, I wanted to write to you this month with good news: God

God Is In Control
"Help me, O Lord, to be still and wait patiently for You. I offer to you all of my anxieties and worries this day. Teach me to be prayerfully attentive to you and find my rest and trust in you."
Daily Vlog- November 5, 2020

+Philip chose this collect for today’s noon service.

Wounded By God, Blessed By God
"This morning, if you are praying for a blessing from God, I would encourage you to look to the wound that God has already given you. Look to that place in your life where you know, 'I'm at the end of myself..I need God's help.'"
Daily Vlog- November 4, 2020

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Lord, have mercy.

Listening to Respond
"I'd love to invite you to go through the day and to be listening after the prompting of the Spirit with quick response in mind, and to respond with kindness."
Daily Vlog- November 3, 2020

Emotionally Healthy Spirituality
"The point of this time together, called Life Together, for the next eight weeks, is to get on a better and deeper track with Jesus. To spend two or three or four or five minutes a day just in stillness and quiet before him."
Daily Vlog- November 2, 2020

Happy All Saints' Day!

Almighty God, you have knit together your elect in one communion and fellowship in the mystical body of your Son Christ our Lord: Give us grace so to follow your blessed saints in all virtuous and godly living, that we may come to those ineffable joys that you have prepared for those who truly love you; through Jesus Christ our Lord, who with you and the Holy Spirit lives and reigns, one God, in glory everlasting. Amen.

[11/01/20]   Happy All Saints' Day from ASD Kids!

All Saints Day, November 1, 2020 (continued)

All Saints Day, November 1, 2020 (continued)

All Saints Day, November 1, 2020

All Saints Day, November 1, 2020

Don't forget to set your clocks one hour back tonight for Daylight Saving!

He Will Live Amongst His People
"What if God were to move, and up from the ashes would come new dreams, lives being healed and being put together where Dallas would become known as a city at peace with itself?...We believe in a God of miracles, a God who goes to work at rebuilding cities."
Daily Vlog- October 30, 2020

Made Right With God, Made Right With Each Other
"While we were still enemies of God, he sent Jesus to die for us, so that God whom we used to hate, we now have this loving meal with in holy Communion. What's also true, is that we're dining with those people who we used to steal from, those people who used to steal from us."
Daily Vlog- October 29, 2020

The Art Form of Relationship Building
"Be careful what you add back into your life during this time."
Daily Vlog- October 28, 2020

You Will Bless
"God loves to use people who have been wounded and then healed, because no one can minister better than a person who's had the same wound and then been healed by God."
Daily Vlog- October 27, 2020

The Triumph of Christ
"In these tough and difficult times as we enter in to the culmination of a political season for this moment, as well as continued dealing with issues with COVID..stay close to your heart, stay close to Christ. Remain faithful, do not give up, do not waver."
Daily Vlog- October 26, 2020

We are forever grateful to Miss Lyn for all she's done for our Family Ministry and we know our ASD Kids will miss her as much as we will. Thank you and we love you, Miss Lyn!

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