To go on pilgrimage is to set one’s face towards Jerusalem. In my previous article, I emphasized that while sacred time, sacred space, and sacred journey are its most commonly
Two summers ago, St. Christopher’s Episcopal Church in Spartanburg, South Carolina, had an idea. What began as a way to connect with a local school district became far more than we imagined.
Google Play Store rating: 4.6 / 5 My rating: 4 / 5 Price: $10 [in app purchases for Enriching Our Worship] Android users, the wait is finally over. As of
Key Resources’ Chris Hamby recently interviewed Ragan Sutterfiled, VTS middler and author of This is My Body: From Obesity to Ironman, My Journey into the True Meaning of Flesh, Spirit, and Deeper Faith.
Welcome to the Bible Briefs collection, a series of short, highly readable pamphlets introducing the books of Scripture. Each pamphlet presents a concise, stimulating introduction to a biblical book from the
While I am currently a senior at Virginia Theological Seminary, I am doing work at Christ Church in Old Town Alexandria. A topic of conversation that frequently comes up at
Churches are typically seen as slow, plodding entities always behind the technology curve. We at the Center for the Ministry of Teaching strive to be out in front of the trends
The summer has been a busy time for many of us at the Center for the Ministry of Teaching. We started the summer with e-Formation, attended Kindling and EYE, discussed camps
Key Resource’s Chris Hamby recently interviewed Fr. Justin Cannon, the founder of Holy Hikes. Chris Hamby: Tell us how you first started Holy Hikes, and why. Justin Cannon: For much of
Facebook has undergone some major changes in how people view posts from “fan pages.” The model that we all used to enjoy was predicated on pages seeking “likes” in order