Is your church blossoming? Image: Ori-Artiste/Shutterstock Wes Frensdorff, the one-time bishop of Nevada (now deceased) wrote a piece called “The Dream.”* He imagines a church that has recovered its New Testament charism and passion, a church that celebrates the ministries…
On June 13, William Postma, who has been working in international development since 1991, will assume the role of executive director of The Primate’s World Relief and Development Fund (PWRDF), the relief and development agency of the Anglican Church of Canada.
The April 8–19 meeting of the Anglican Consultative Council (ACC) in Lusaka, Zambia, was marked by a sense of unity and common purpose, according to Canadian delegates Bishop Jane Alexander and Suzanne Lawson.
A little rag doll has changed Eddie Quann’s life.
Philip Poole, suffragan bishop of the diocese of Toronto and area bishop of York-Credit Valley, has announced that he will retire effective Sep. 30, 2016.
Bishop Stephen Andrews, of the diocese of Algoma, has been named the next principal of Wycliffe College, the Toronto theological school announced last week.
This summer’s Canadian Lutheran Anglican Youth (CLAY) gathering will be packed to the rafters, an organizer says—partly because more Anglicans will be attending than ever before.
Just a couple of short weeks ago, my front lawn was covered (again) in snow. It felt like winter would never end and every casual conversation included a complaint about the insult of snow in April.
The Anglican Journal received 17 awards, including four awards of excellence and an award of merit for Best in Class at the Best of the Christian Press Awards held here April 22.
BOOK REVIEW Sons and Mothers: Stories from Mennonite Men Edited by Mary-Ann Loewen University of Regina Press, 2015 144 pages ISBN 978-0889774032 The genesis of Sons and Mothers: Stories from Mennonite Men came at the June 2013 book launch for a different book, Mothering…